Flying sucks. There's no way around it. But, everything is better when dogs are around—even waiting in line to check your bags while 100 people with 100 kids each scream songs about sharks in front of you. Doo doo, doo doo, doo NOPE.
Pearson International Airport in Toronto understands how downright infuriating the process of travelling can be. With over 47 million passengers served in 2017 alone, it's the second-busiest international airport in North America and the largest in Canada by far.
Needless to say, the airport deals with a lot of ticked-off and anxious people. Could stocking passenger terminals with trained therapy doggos help everyone chill out a bit? Yes. Of course.
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