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- May 11, 2011
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- Vermont Victoria
I would equate the cross section of dogs to being similar in character to humans, most are friendly and reasonable, and then you get your a-holes as well.I would rather be seated near a Pup than some of the ferals that I have sat near on planes
I'm not so sure... I've rarely met a dog I didn't get along with, but I've met an awful lot of people I'd rather not be around.I would equate the cross section of dogs to being similar in character to humans, most are friendly and reasonable, and then you get your a-holes as well.
Apparently in the US people are so damaged that they are permitted to take their "emotional support / psychiatric service animals" on US internal flights. From American Airlines site:Surely only a third world airline would allow animals in the cabin.
My wife used to be rigid with fear, so we never got on a plane for our first 30 years. (Her brother was a pilot and a mate of his scared the crap out of her on a joy flight.) I had resigned myself to never travelling OS.It can be a great help to passengers. Some get extremely nervous with a strong fear of flying that nearly overwhelms them. Nev
You get that now on dog beaches and parks. I don't know how they prevent it in France, but I'm sure a customer who came into a cafe with an untrained dog would find themself turfed out pretty quick.I like your thought Marty, but how would you tell good dogs and owners from bad ones? There was a case around here where the bad owner let his pit bulls kill some poor old ladies lap dog.