As we all know, airline travel with a dog or cat can be stressful. Even when you follow all our tips for flying with Fido, you still have to figure out when and where he can take a walk outside of his carrier and go to the bathroom. As of August 2015, if an airport in the U.S. has more than 10,000 passengers per year, it is required by law to provide an accessible animal relief area. These regulations have led to airports adding pet relief stations past security checkpoints to make it easier for travelers with their animals.
A recent study by Upgraded Points ranked the top 10 airports in the U.S. by their pet-friendliness. The study used a 10-point scale that factored in the quality of basic amenities like the relief area, additional pet-friendly features like on-site dog parks, and on-site daycare or boarding facilities. Here are the picks for the 10 most pet-friendly airports in the U.S.