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Pets on planes #5282425 12/01/19 09:24 PM
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Was in California for work this past week and flew back yesterday. First leg of the flight, somebody thought it was a brilliant idea to bring what appeared to be a Yorkie on the plane, one which didn't have very good control over its barking. So we were serenaded by very obnoxious Yorkie yipping for several extended periods which led to exasperated calls to "shut that thing up" from various parts of the passenger area. Not pleasant.

I generally don't have an issue with pets if they are well behaved, but this was clearly not the case here.

On a positive note, the snow on the mountains was quite striking, though unfortunately I didn't have any time to look around like I did when I was at Stanford.

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Re: Pets on planes [Re: OVERKILL] #5282430 12/01/19 09:37 PM
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More abuse by people and their so-called "support" animals.... A lady had her dog with her in Kohls the other day. I really liked the harness she had that said "Do not pet" as if that makes it more official as a working dog. I'll give her the benefit of the doubt actually in that this dog was extremely well-behaved. It was laying down (not in a sleeping position but a ready-to-go laying position), quiet, and focused just like a proper service dog will be. When these so-called support dogs are yipping constantly, behaving poorly, and so on, it's a dead giveaway that their owner just wants special treatment and feels the need to take them everywhere. I see them in Lowes, Home Depot, etc stores and more all the time.



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One of the most essential things to have while traveling is noise cancelling headphones.


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Too many people want dogs that they have no idea how to train. I think that's the rationale behind smaller dogs: they can be overpowered when they get out of control.

I've been working in the beaches recently and every other house has a dog. Take note of the number of dogs you see wearing leash harnesses: the owner can't even be bothered to train the dog not to hurt itself when on a leash.


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Re: Pets on planes [Re: OVERKILL] #5282448 12/01/19 09:56 PM
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Something to consider, people with support animals are handling them and then handling items in the stores.


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Why assume this dog was a support animal? Probably just a pet dog on a plane. I see them all the time when I travel. Usually, the owner slips them a little Benadryl to sedate them for the flight. Crying babies, yapping dogs, people not using headphones, loud snoring... the joys of flying.


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The theivin' b____ airlines charge a lot to carry on a small pet that still counts as your carry on. United -$125 one way. Cost as much as my typical fare. I know why they charge it though.

Because they can!

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Originally Posted by hallstevenson
More abuse by people and their so-called "support" animals.... A lady had her dog with her in Kohls the other day. I really liked the harness she had that said "Do not pet" as if that makes it more official as a working dog. I'll give her the benefit of the doubt actually in that this dog was extremely well-behaved. It was laying down (not in a sleeping position but a ready-to-go laying position), quiet, and focused just like a proper service dog will be. When these so-called support dogs are yipping constantly, behaving poorly, and so on, it's a dead giveaway that their owner just wants special treatment and feels the need to take them everywhere. I see them in Lowes, Home Depot, etc stores and more all the time.

We have two dogs so if you think I'm anti-dog, just shut it.


I agree with you, but just one thing: Home Depot and Lowes do allow pets in their stores. This isn't a problem because there is no food around in those stores.


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Why assume this dog was a support animal? Probably just a pet dog on a plane.


That's what "support animals" are, pets being disguised as real service animals.

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Originally Posted by Leo99
Why assume this dog was a support animal? Probably just a pet dog on a plane. I see them all the time when I travel. Usually, the owner slips them a little Benadryl to sedate them for the flight. Crying babies, yapping dogs, people not using headphones, loud snoring... the joys of flying.

You forgot the sick person in row 10 hacking up a lung, infected with God knows what...oh no, please don't wear a mask to keep from infecting the rest of us. mad

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Originally Posted by Mad_Hatter
You forgot the sick person in row 10 hacking up a lung, infected with God knows what...oh no, please don't wear a mask to keep from infecting the rest of us. mad

Oh yes, that's another one!

I will add, there were a couple of crying babies, but they were almost silent when compared to the yipping coming from this bloody dog.


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Originally Posted by slacktide_bitog
I agree with you, but just one thing: Home Depot and Lowes do allow pets in their stores. This isn't a problem because there is no food around in those stores.

Actually my Home Depot had a sign right on their front door NOT allowing pets in the store....


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Sweet. Needs one more patch that says GO AHEAD PET ME.


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