Should you fly with your pet? No, and here’s why

On a recent flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu, Dave Terry almost tripped over a 70-pound Labrador Retriever every time he stepped into the aisle to use the bathroom. After six hours of sitting next to the otherwise well-behaved canine passenger, he wondered why on earth people fly with dogs.

It turns out that question — should I fly with my pet? — sharply divides pet owners and…

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Award-winning author, journalist and consumer advocate. Read me in USA Today, the Washington Post and via King Features. Email me at chris@elliott.org

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