For the second time this week, another airport is making it easier to travel with service dogs. Detroit's Metro Airport is now home to a spiffy new canine-friendly "bathroom," making the city one of the most efficient places to fly with an assistance animal. According to the Detroit Free Press, it's snazzy as well as convenient:
The relief area is free and offers a sink for filling water bottles and washing hands, as well as squares of both fake and real grass large enough to accommodate one or two dogs at a time...
The $75,000 addition, which connects to the same sanitation system as the humans' restrooms, is intended for passengers' convenience as well as to make work a little easier for the people who clean up accidents.
The dog bathroom is expected to save travelers who must fly with a service dog an average of 90-minutes, providing huge benefits for humans and animals alike.