Traveling With Your Service Dog


​Questions about Traveling With Your Service Dog?​

“Carriers must permit a service animal to accompany a traveler with a disability to any seat in which the person sits, unless the animal obstructs an aisle or other area that must remain clear in order to facilitate an emergency evacuation, in which case the passenger will be assigned another seat.”

“Carriers must permit dog guides or other service animals with appropriate identification to accompany an individual with a disability on a flight. Identification may include cards or other documentation, presence of a harness or markings on a harness, tags, or the credible verbal assurance of the passenger using the animal.”

Air Carrier Transit Act

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Other Forms of Transportation are covered by the ADA
ADA Publication Service Animals 2010

Each State has laws regarding Service Dogs and Access. Some Allow Service Dogs in Training, others don’t.
Service Dog Laws By State
(Thank you Service Dog Central for maintaining this informative Database!)

Commonly asked SD Access Questions:​

Related Links:

Filing a Complaint BOLI Civil Rights Division
International Association Of Assistance Dog Partners Publications of Interest
International Association Of Assistance Dogs Partners Home Page