Philadelphia Intl (PHL) in Philadelphia, PA.
Where to walk your dog:
Service animals and pets accompanying travelers at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) can now use seven specially designed relief areas located on the Departures Road and outside the baggage claim buildings. The Pet Port areas were created to provide appropriate facilities for service animals traveling with special needs passengers as well as pets and Airport security canines.
The Pet Port areas vary in size from 250 to 600 square feet. The areas are contained by a four-foot high fence with a latching gate. The interior has a 4-inch deep mulch surface, a bench, faux fire hydrant, biodegradable pet waste bag dispenser with receptacle, and a concrete dog paw print. Some areas contain landscaped beds along the exterior perimeter of the fence and a concrete sidewalk to exit the area. The facilities have been designed to accommodate animals and ensure that the Airport grounds are properly maintained.
The Pet Port areas are located on the Departures Road are between Terminals A-West and A-East; between Terminal B/C ticketing and the Airport Communications Center; and adjacent to Terminal E and Terminal F. On the Arrivals side, the Pet Ports are adjacent to Terminal A-East baggage claim, Terminal B baggage claim and Terminal E baggage claim.