I saw a post previously, so doing a little research here - what is it like to fly with a Basenji? I am a prospective parent that would be flying from San Francisco to Memphis, TN twice monthly - one layover (thinking 3.5 hr flight and 1hr flight). Does anyone fly regularly with their Basenji? Service animal, so I would assume he/she would be in the cabin with me.
Airlines are cracking down on "service" animals. Because of the vast abuses by many, don't count on being able to say a service animal on more and more airlines without a boatload of documentation. I think eventually they will restrict to certified trained dogs only and exclude emotional support animals to incredible rigid qualifications. I doubt puppies will be allowed.
However, for your question, every dog is different. I would imagine doing it so often with lots of socialization, most stable dogs will be fine. A basenji from a responsible breeder is critical for health and temperament. Be aware the adult size of a basenji may already limit airlines you can use.
I can understand airlines cracking down on some ESA'S but for someone who has a "real Service Dog" there are laws to protect that right from the ADA.
I have a Service Dog trained by me and I have documents from a doctor stating that I need her.
I don't fly and don't intend to but if I did I would not allow anyone to stop me as I'm protected by ADA law.
And, yes my Service Dog IS A BASENJI.