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Health"Therapy" dogs work at Istanbul Airport

“Therapy” dogs work at Istanbul Airport

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“Therapy” dogs have started working at Istanbul Airport, Anadolu Agency reports.

The pilot project, which launched this month in Turkey at Istanbul Airport, aims to ensure a calm and pleasant journey for passengers experiencing flight-related stress with the help of their four-legged friends.

As part of the pilot project, five specially trained “therapist dogs” started working at the airport.

The dogs, which are in special aprons, move around the airport accompanied by their trainers. Passengers stressed by flights can pet the dogs, giving them a chance to calm down.

Quadrupeds are mainly found in the international flight area.

Passengers from all over the world welcome the initiative taken at Turkey’s largest airport.

Istanbul Airport has a total of four special pet areas that provide food for cats and dogs, toilets for them, and scratching boards for cats.

Illustrative Photo by Lum3n: https://www.pexels.com/photo/closeup-photo-of-brown-and-black-dog-face-406014/

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