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Dogs on airplanes

Dogs on airplanes

  1. Anonymous

    I was on a flight from Miami to SFO in first class. There were eight seats.

    A couple brought on their two full size dogs into the second row.

    What do you think of this?

    Am I out of line do think this is unnecessary.

    Thank you.

  2. David W

    Airlines let you pay to have pets on board but there are restrictions. It also depends on the type of animal, as well as whether it’s a service animal or not.

    Personally, I wouldnt mind pets on board as long as it the owner’s are keeping an eye on their pet and the pet being quiet.

  3. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 16958, member: 29″]Airlines let you pay to have pets on board but there are restrictions. It also depends on the type of animal, as well as whether it’s a service animal or not.

    Personally, I wouldnt mind pets on board as long as it the owner’s are keeping an eye on their pet and the pet being quiet.[/QUOTE]
    yes, I’m completely fine with pets if they aren’t too distracting

  4. Anonymous

    I’m fine with well-behaved dogs (or rather, well-behaved dog owners). They’re less disruptive than most 8 year olds.

    Cats…so many people are allergic to them, so that gets a bit more complicated. Airlines probably need to consider adding pet-friendly zones, so people with allergies can stay away from those sections of the aircraft.

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