MSP Airport now has dogs to help reduce travel stress

Long lines at security checkpoints have been causing a great deal of problems at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport lately, but now, travelers can relieve some of that stress by petting therapy dogs while they wait for their flights.

The airport is establishing petting stations throughout the terminals so travelers can easily find the therapy dogs. The Airport Foundation MSP sponsored the initiative, called the Animal Ambassador Program.

Officials have not announced when travelers can expect to start see the dogs at the airports.

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