BOSTON (CBS) – Uber in Boston just got more animal friendly. The ride-hailing service announced Tuesday that it’s launching Uber Pet in the city.

For $6, riders can make sure they have an Uber driver who is willing to accommodate their pet. Previously, people taking a pet along for their ride may have had their trip canceled if the driver had allergies or another reason for not wanting animals in their car.

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“Uber Pet makes it easy for riders to easily communicate their preference of bringing an animal onboard to drivers,” a spokeswoman said.

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Only one pet is allowed per trip and Uber recommends they are leashed or in a crate. Riders could be charged a cleaning fee if their pet makes a mess or damages the car.

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All Uber drivers are still required to allow service animals to ride at no extra cost.