A video showed a Frontier Airlines employee and police escorting the woman off of the aircraft at Orlando International Airport after she brought the animal onto the flight bound for Cleveland Tuesday evening.
The rise in emotional support animals being brought on planes has prompted airlines to crack down on what can and cannot be considered an emotional support animal.
United, Delta, and Southwest Airlines all recently implemented stricter policies on emotional support animals
United and Delta Airlines announced this year that they would be implementing stricter guidelines on what animals can be considered support animals.
Southwest Airlines announced in August that emotional support animals are limited to dogs and cats, and all animals must be accompanied with a doctor’s note.