DENVER (CBS4) – Four-legged travelers now have new options for a little relief while at Denver International Airport.
“We know that many of our passengers travel with their service animals or their beloved pets,” airport CEO Kim Day said in a statement. “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 feature artificial rock and turf, with a drainage system, and a mural showcasing dogs enjoying Colorado’s great outdoors.
Owners are asked to clean up after their pets, so bags and disposal containers are also available, as well as sinks, soap dispensers, and hand dryers.
The new pet relief stations are located in the centers of each of the three concourses, all of them post-security.
For travelers who have yet to go through security, there is already an existing pet area outside door 200 on the west side of the main terminal.