Don't Even Try To Bring Your Goat On An American Airlines Flight Before you board an American Airlines flight, make sure you've got your ticket, your ID, and your passport - but leave the hedgehog at home. The airline just released a new list of animals that will no longer be allowed as "support animals" on AA flights. The list includes goats, hedgehogs, and ferrets, as well as any snakes, amphibians, insects, or rodents. The airline says untrained animals can cause problems not only for fellow passengers, but also any trained service dogs aboard the flight. AA will require 48 hours notice for other emotional support animals. Would you want to share a flight with a goat? What animal would you LEAST want to see on a plane?