American Airlines Pet Policy Guide [Free Guide]

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By: Kathryn Anderson Updated: April 9, 2020

This comprehensive guide includes everything you need to know about flying with your pet on American Airlines.

The guide uses plain and simple language to explain all details, including:

  • Animals that are permitted on American Airlines
  • Breed restriction, if any
  • Pet Carrier Requirement
  • Checklist of documents you must carry on flight day
  • How to prepare your pet for flight

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  • Hi there, I tried to get my neurologist to have my dog Buddha be my Emotional Support Animal which he is. I have Nocturnal Epilepsy and I have a difficult time going on flights as it makes me anxious. If my dog Buddha was with me, it will keep me calm. I have a doctor here in Costa Rica who is willing to sign. Is a Board Certified Medical Family Doctor sufficient. I am Canadian and stuck in Costa Rica as they will not permit my dog to fly as baggage at this time. If I buy the document and get it signed while I’m here in Costa Rica, but I am a Canadian Citizen, do you think it will be recognized as legitimate by the airlines?

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