Comments on Meet Three Dog-Owning Frequent Flyers

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MARY   ORTONVILLE, MN

6/2/2010 1:47:32 PM

GREAT INFO. I'LL BE TRAVELING WITH 2 BICHONS. IN THE CABIN. PLEASE ADVICE WHAT I SHOULD DO. WHAT BEST CALMING MEDICINE I SHOULD USE, NEED LOTS OF POINTER.THANKS MY E-MAIL...CHIEFSWIFEAK@aol.com

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Cheryl   Conway, MO

10/26/2008 4:32:42 PM

I hope I never have to fly my dogs, but this was some great advice.

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Layton   Glendive, MT

10/26/2008 11:16:52 AM

Thanks for the great article!

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Sarah   Chicago, IL

10/28/2007 3:52:20 PM

these are very helpfull tips & stories. it's nice to know these things before hand.

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JK   St. Lucie West, FL

10/28/2007 8:05:47 AM

This was a good and factual article. My dog, a 12 lb Havanese, has been traveling with me for five and a half years now. He travels in cabin and is quiet and well behaved. Most of the time no one even knew he was on board. In 2007 my dog will have traveled (domestically) about 40,000 miles, following 2006 when he flew with me close to 35,000 miles. I'd like to see the airlines offer an occassional "free" trip, if not allowing frequent flier miles to accumulate for pets.

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shannon   Redding, CA

6/22/2007 2:58:51 AM

Thanks for the great info dog channel

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Cheril   Amarillo, TX

5/11/2007 9:17:43 AM

This article taught me several new facts about the possibility of traveling with my "best friend." I'll probably just continue to drive to my destinations. Thanks!

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