Creature Comfort Pet Therapy brings dogs to Newark airport to help with travel stress

Things can get a little stressful this time of the year at Newark airport, and one airline may have a solution, dogs.



Creature Comfort Pet Therapy brought in dogs to help make travel a little less stressful.



"It absolutely works," says Kate Box, of Hoboken. "We just got out of security and were greeted by Sam, and Bennett seems pretty happy about it."



The therapy dogs aren't just for the travelers. There have been pilots, flight attendants and airport employees that also got a little confront from the dogs.



"There's a lot of fearful flyers," says Karen Clark, with Creature Comfort Pet Therapy. "I'm one of them, so I would love to have a dog to play with before I get on board and we destress the staff the flight crew they come by as well."



The therapy dogs will be in the United Airlines terminal C today, and tomorrow.


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