Airports can be stressful. You’ve got the long lines and crying babies, airport security and the waiting. Between getting all your papers together and getting onboard, it’s sometimes hard to stay calm. Wouldn’t cute, cuddly dogs make the commute better? With their floppy ears and wagging tails? Panting breath and puppy dog eyes? An airport in Canada thinks so.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport will be the first in Atlantic Canada to provide therapy dogs for passengers, Julia Wong reports for Global News. Seven dogs from St. John Ambulance will be part of the dog therapy program, Wong writes.
The dogs will work two days a week, Tuesday and Friday for now, but there are plans to expand, airport spokesperson Ashley Gallant tells Global News.
Via Global News