One Features Fake Fire Hydrants And Artificial Turf For Your
Two Washington, DC area airports have opened pet relief areas
giving animals a place to go to the bathroom before getting on an
The two fenced-in indoor areas at Washington's Dulles airport
have fake fire hydrants, artificial turf, and plastic baggies so
that owners can clean up after their pets. They also have a
flushing system and ventilation to keep things sanitary. Radio
station WTOP reports that there are outdoor areas at both Dulles
and Washington Reagan International Airport.
Federal regulations require "service animal relief areas" for
animals like guide dogs who accompany their owners of flights, but
the areas are open to all pets traveling with their families.