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The Today Show tackles the Emotional Support Animal epidemic

The Today Show tackles the Emotional Support Animal epidemic

We’ve ALL seen them. Passengers who print out a letter claiming they need an emotional support animal and/or that their pet is certified just to skirt the fees involved with traveling with their pet. And “pet” is quickly becoming a loose term. Pigs, miniature horses and the latest a turkey have qualified. This morning Jeff Rossen of the Today Show and his producer Lindsey Bomnin tackled the epidemic of passengers and emotional support animals.

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Bobby serves as co-host on the nationally syndicated travel talk show "The Jet Set" and is a Travel Expert for various media outlets including CNN, HLN and The Huffington Post. Bobby also worked as a flight attendant for Republic Airlines, US Airways & Virgin America; officially hanging up his wings in March of 2015 after ten years of flying.

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