When the new billion-dollar expanded terminal at San Diego International Airport opens to the public — it will have 10 new gates, $6 million of new art, a USO center, new concessions and an indoor pet-relief area that has been getting some national attention.
The airport has set aside about a 75-square-foot space and decorated it with a fake hydrant and fake turf, baggies for clean-up and a hand-washing station for pet owners.
It’s a great amenity for those traveling with their pets, but it is not the first indoor pet relief station in the country.
Here’s a list of just some of the other US airports that already offer indoor pet-relief stations:
Know of more? Let us know and we’ll add them to the list.