KUSA - Furry travelers at Denver International Airport can now find a little “relief” while on the concourses.
The airport opened three new pet relief areas throughout the building on Thursday.
The relief rooms are located in the centers of concourses A, B and C.
“We know that many of our passengers travel with their service animals or their beloved pets,” airport CEO Kim Day said. “Opening these relief rooms on the concourses will provide those furry companions with a comfortable and welcoming area to take care of business before or after a flight.”
The rooms all feature artificial turf flooring, with a drainage system and an artificial rock. Because owners are asked to clean up afterward, bags and disposal containers are also provided.
The rooms also include a wall-mounted sink, recessed soap dispenser, automatic hand dryer and paper towel dispenser.
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