(NEW YORK) -- John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City has gone to the dogs -- literally.
Inside Terminal Four is a 70-square-foot pet bathroom, complete with green turf and a red fire hydrant. The room is marked with a paw print so travelers won't get confused with other airport bathrooms. The specially-designed room for Fido also comes with dog waste bags and a hose to clean the area.
Soon, many more airports will follow suit. In the meantime, check out these airports which already have pet comfort and owner convenience in mind:
Washington Dulles International Airport
At this Washington, D.C.-area airport, service animals or pets can use several areas before security checkpoints and after. Pet relief areas are marked for convenience and contain doggie waste bags and baskets.
Chicago O'Hare International Airport
This airport's two-by-four-foot indoor pet relief area opened in 2015 and, like JFK, comes complete with green artificial turf, mini fire hydrants, doggie waste bags and a hose. It also has a sprinkler system to help drain liquid waste. The room is also wheelchair accessible.
This airport has several indoor and outdoor pet relief areas. Inside, there are five places dogs can relieve themselves: outside of Concourse B, two areas near the Main Terminal and two more near Baggage Claim.
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