Onboard a flight , if an emotional support animal becomes disruptive and cannot be consoled . What happens?

Will the plane have to make a landing , and the animal be removed from the plane?

Will the passenger / owner of the animal be reunited with the animal at some point upon the animal's removal ?

Or will both animal and owner be required to exit at the same time?
Update: QUESTION # 2 : Can sedatives , prescribed by my vet , be administered beforehand to help soothe and calm the animal during flight?
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