With the holiday travel season now here, many air passengers are boarding the plane with service dogs and emotional support animals — a practice that critics say is open to fraud.

Students in Novi will miss Teagan.

For 11 years she has been on duty at Village Oaks Elementary School to help students, staff and faculty members who needed mid-day stress relief.

The 12-year-old chocolate labradoodle will be retiring on June 30.

She was a valuable asset, bringing serenity to kids with emotional disorders and other health problems. Impacting nearly 6,000 children as the first-ever therapy dog used in the Novi Community School District, it’s time for Teagan to enjoy her golden years.

“Teagan has become everyone’s dog,” said Sue Burnham, principal at Village Oaks who arrived a year…