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    Default Siberian Husky Rafeal <3

    This is Rafeal, he is eight and a half weeks old at the moment and is an absolute joy. He is so good with anyone that meets him and has such a gentle personality. On his flight here he got to sit next to the other passengers in his own seat and got fed cornflakes.
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    Hi Julieanne & Rafael! Welcome to the forum
    Love the pics of Rafael, he's gorgeous! I'm amazed that he flew in a passenger seat and not in cargo! Were you with him?

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    Thanks , the airline that he flew on aren't very strict, the only reason I know is because the people who were with him told us they looked after him.

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    He's adorable, Julieanne!

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    LOL....I just imagined this little fella strolling up to the check in desk with his bowl and a bone !!

    Where abouts did he fly from ??

    Welcome to the forum Julieanne and Rafeal. Cool name by the way....wasnt named after one of the teenage mutant ninja turtles was he ???


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    He was actually named after the tennis player Rafael Nadal. We got him from a lovely family in NSW. It was a VERY long trip for him including 3 flights plus he also had to stay at the airport overnight due to the airline not being able to get him on his last flight until the next morning.

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    Whoa! 3 flights and he wasn't lost or misplaced or just plain taken home because of his cuteness ?!
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    We used dogtrainers pet transportation to arrange all his flights and make sure things ran smoothly. I was worried still though, especially since it was up to the airline to get him to each flight.

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    Dogtainers allowed him to travel uncrated ?
    How very odd!

    I have used them in the past with great success but not one of them were not crated.
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    He was in a crate, it was Skippers that decided to let him out and they were also the reason he had to stay overnight before his last flight. Ended up costing Dogtrainers an extra $200 for another flight

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