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United Backs off on its Pet Policy for Military

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I'm glad to see a little compassion, common sense, and customer service prevail. (www.stripes.com) More...

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I don't think they should have to pay anything for their pets. I can't imagine that many service men/women moving their pets compared to the average traveler. God forbid they would serve their country and get a little thank you. Sometimes it's the small things that really make a difference. It's $400, the airlines are already broke. This isn't going to make much difference. I know some people might tell me that it takes fuel and space, but I'm a pilot and I know all this. The cost for pets when moving should be $0.

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