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Delta banning pit bulls from all flights, even those that are service animals

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The fight over animals on airlines just got specific. Delta says they won't allow pit bulls on their flights - at all.

This new move includes service animals or emotional support animals.

The airlines say these changes come after several employees have been bitten by dogs, but here's the part that makes a lot of people angry - pitt bulls were not responsible for those attacks.

There's no word yet on what guidelines the airlines will use to determine a "pit bull type dog".

The policy also limits passengers to one service or support animal per flight.

These new rules will go into effect on july 10th.

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