LOS ANGELES --
Four-legged travelers now have their own restrooms at Los Angeles International Airport.The airport has installed five grassy "relief stations" for dogs traveling with airline passengers. The relief stations are located between some terminals and have water bowls and fake fire hydrants.
Dog relief stations have also been installed at Ontario Airport.
The additions are part of an effort by the FAA to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act. They are designed to make it easier for travelers with disabilities who are accompanied by guide dogs or other assistance animals.