Story Of Dog Diarrhea On Miami-Bound Flight Sparks Discussion About Allowing Animals In Main Cabin

Air travel with an animal is challenging. Many people have made the decision to go extremely far by car with their animals in order to spare them pain or even death as well as the pricey airfare charge.
Many people think that animals are too valuable to risk in any way. Pet owners who do bring their animals are required to pay high vet expenses and treat their dogs and cats with Gabapentin.

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Once seated, they cross their fingers in the hopes that the animal won't make a lot of noise or get up to use the restroom because of fear or necessity. Most of the time, animals on flights behave better than crying infants.
But occasionally, things can go a bit awry. At the very least, that's what we concluded from this tweet by @micsolana.
On a journey to Miami, the bulldog next to their boyfriend's seat reportedly started having diarrhea, but unhappily, the tale doesn't end there. The dog appeared to have slipped from its owner's hands after the diarrhea eruption and ran around the cabin in panic.

Story Of Dog Diarrhea On Miami-Bound FlightSource: Mike Solana

It's terrible that the dog was so fearful, but it's also regrettable that the passengers had to endure the stink and nervousness.
If you own a dog, it's likely that you've had to clean up an unpleasant brown puddle more frequently than you'd want to admit. It's possible that each dog will experience diarrhea differently in terms of frequency, duration, and intensity.

Story Of Dog Diarrhea On Miami-Bound FlightSource: Larry Reina

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The sorrowful tale touched a lot of Twitter users, and many thought the thread may be a good place to debate whether or not we should let pets in the main cabin at all.
Dogs are permitted on board airplanes, but they normally need to be small enough to fit in a suitcase that can be placed under the seat and cannot be removed unless they are "service" animals.
Although this circumstance is amusing, the poor bulldog is suffering. Instead, he likely experiences the anger and hatred that his "accident" has brought his way.
Please let us know your opinion about this argument!
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