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    Pet Relief Areas at Airports

    i first noticed pet relief areas at PDX. i think it's cool that there's a play and relief area for our pets and emotional support BP's.

    anyway here's some recent pix i took.

    here's the one at PDX (Portland, OR). it's a really nice one. it includes a sink where your pets may wash their pays after relieving itself.



    here's the one John Wayne Airport (Santa Ana, CA). i thought i took more pix but whatever.



    also here's the one at my local airport Seatac (Seattle, WA). it looks really crummy:


    and here's the one i took snaps of this week at LAX (Los Angeles, CA):

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    The one with grass is nice. I remember those gravel/cement yards. My dog wouldn't pee in them, she just got really confused. (But she would pee on the airport carpet, that was okay in her mind.)
    Having a sink is a good idea too, then people won't try to wash their dogs in the bathroom sink.

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    There is one at Myrtle Beach international (SC). Its the only one I have seen. It was just a room with fake grass and a red fire hydrant. I didnt know it was a common thing at other airports tho. It is pretty neat!

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    hmmm what are these guys doing behind those bushes?



    oh!


    it's a pet relief area.



    ...pix from the San Jose airport.

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    Are pets flying that common? If so, why?

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    Re: Pet Relief Areas at Airports

    Quote Originally Posted by MR Snakes View Post
    Are pets flying that common? If so, why?
    Not "common" but you can't have them de-plane & pee just anywhere. And most pets being flown somewhere may already have to "go" just by the time they get
    to the airport, so again, this is very helpful. Similar to baby-changing stations in restrooms, & guess what guys...those are now being put in YOUR restrooms too.

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    Re: Pet Relief Areas at Airports

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Not "common" but you can't have them de-plane & pee just anywhere. And most pets being flown somewhere may already have to "go" just by the time they get
    to the airport, so again, this is very helpful. Similar to baby-changing stations in restrooms, & guess what guys...those are now being put in YOUR restrooms too.
    Not mine there Cisco.

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    Re: Pet Relief Areas at Airports

    Quote Originally Posted by MR Snakes View Post
    Not mine there Cisco.
    Right, because real dads never have to take care of their little kids... It's so much better for everyone when you just leave them wet, stinky & screaming.

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    Re: Pet Relief Areas at Airports

    Iím a real dad, I donít need a table, Iíll change them anywhere. Never had an issue so far. Dining area at fast food joints get peaceful quick though.


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    Re: Pet Relief Areas at Airports

    Quote Originally Posted by hvactechgreen View Post
    Iím a real dad, I donít need a table, Iíll change them anywhere. Never had an issue so far. Dining area at fast food joints get peaceful quick though.


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