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    That is so sad

    Stories like these make we never want to fly my pets.

  2. #12
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    This is F***n disgusting! That's why I gave up moving back to OZ. Why in hell can't they arrange that pets can travel with us on a plain like regular traveler (in cage of course, but under constant supervision). As if someone's going to get sick because dog/cat/bunny/whatever travels in a cabin.
    Respect and you shall be respected. Animal is always right.

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    Qantus refused to fly most of the short nosed breeds all last year, will now only fly them if trip is under five hours, they lost a few Bulldogs overseas not long before the ban, I suspect they were covering their backsides with the ban.
    Frenchies and other short nosed breeds can die fast than the longer nosed breeds do if they are left to get hot, or even if it a hot day, their trachea can collapse and they die very quickly have seen it happen to a Frenchie, it is horrible.

    Dogs need to have noses, they can be short, but should at least exist, the dog I saw die had next to no nose lengthwise, and always huffled when it was hot.

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