Comments on Two Dogs Die During Air Travel in September

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CJ   Pataskala, OH

8/6/2008 1:36:17 PM

That is soooooooooo sad. Even my dog Casey is sooooo sad

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Toni   Tucson, AZ

11/7/2007 8:34:25 PM

Dogs can be just as afraid of flying as humans. Throw in the fact that they are caged up in a scary place with other strange animals, and they can panic-emotionally and physically. There is no way my pup is traveling like that if I ever have a choice! Some airlines allow you to keep your pet with you on-board, but I don't know the specifics. I think airlines should have a special section somewhere on the plane that allows people to travel with their pets with no worries or compliaints: just pets and their owners. I'd ride in cargo with my Mattydog to keep him from being alone. He's my baby, and I would be terrified that something would happen to him if he had to travel alone. Some people might think we pet lovers are a bit extreme, but he's more important to me than pretty much anything else in my life; almost like a little person. (He's a fluffy white toy poodle of less than 6 lbs.- and an angel at that!)

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Julie   Chesterfield, MO

11/7/2007 6:58:28 AM

I wouldn't send any animal on the airplanes they no more care for then then they do us, there is no one back there with them for the entire flight watching them and making sure they are cared for, "my motto is if justin can't go with me we don't go and we only drive to where ever we need to go!" I have never trusted the airlines they are the worst

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Cheryl   Conway, MO

11/7/2007 5:14:47 AM

This is so sad, and the reason I will not fly my Boston Terriers.

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