This Airline Brings Dogs To Airports To Calm Down Holiday Travelers( Photos)

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Everyone knows running dwelling for the holidays can be moderately stressful.

In fact, if you’re like most people, there’s a good chance you dread traveling during the course of its holiday season.

Nothing kills your Christmas cheer quite like army airports, long directions and flight cancellations due to the snow.

But before you decide to embrace your inner Scrooge and waste the holidays alone in your apartment, you should know one airline just made traveling a bit more bearable.

United Airlines just set out to introducing a little extra rapture to its travelers this season with a gala furry stun: hounds!

That’s right. United Airline is making back its United Paws program and will have 230 comfort hounds sown around airports to help fares de-stress.

In a press release, veterinary consultant Dr. Walter Woolf said,

Research would point out that just petting a dog liberates oxytocin, the hormone links with bonding and affection, and likewise declines high levels of stress, helps us breathe easier and lowers our blood pressure.

Too bad you can’t take these cuddly little critters on the plane as your carry-on.

Take a look at the pictures below to visualize some puppies from the United Paws program.

Traveling home for the holidays just got a lot more merry…


…thanks to the United Paws program from United Airlines.


United Airlines will have over 230 convenience puppies in multiple airports…


To greet passengers at gates…


…and help them de-stress during their frenetic holiday travels.


Petting a pup liberates oxytocin, which helps you chill out and breathe easy.


Plus, who in his or her right mind wouldn’t want to hang out with one of the following options cute little guys before spraying off?


United Airlines will be running the program from December 21 to December 23…


…and you’ll is to find these precious pooches sown around airfields in Chicago, Washington DC, Cleveland, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles and Newark.


Seriously, as long as you have puppies to play with, who attends if your airliner is retarded?

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