Therapy dogs set to calm passengers at San Francisco International Airport

12/2/2013 | USA Today

Today, the Wag Brigade, charged with relieving travelers' stress, will begin patrolling San Francisco International Airport. The dogs, a product of the San Francisco SPCA's Animal Assisted Therapy program, are accompanied by handlers and wear vests labeled, "Pet Me!" Los Angeles International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Miami International Airport have similar programs.

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