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    Dog Dies After Airline Worker Has It Placed in Overhead Bin

    What about being placed in the overhead bin would hasten the death of the dog? Under the seat or in the overhead bin, what is the difference?
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    Quote Originally Posted by myboynoah View Post
    Dog Dies After Airline Worker Has It Placed in Overhead Bin

    What about being placed in the overhead bin would hasten the death of the dog? Under the seat or in the overhead bin, what is the difference?
    Maybe lack of air movement?


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    Apollo (or as I affectionately call him, 'pain in the ass'), is coming up on 4 years. He hasn't strayed far at all from his puppy personality; he always has to be near humans. Here he is right now:
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    Mrs. NWC had it right when she said Apollo is more human than dog. He hates being alone and is super curious about what we're doing all the time. It's mildly annoying at times, but always endearing. And our older one, Star, is more dog. You can see her in the background. She's very loveable, but she respects the human-dog boundary. She keeps her distance most of the time.

    Star is going to be 12 at the end of this year. She has noticeably slowed down. I'm already fretting about how we will need to distract her if we plan on any hikes longer than 2 miles. Even though she's always willing to go for a walk/hike, it's just tough for her to keep up with us now. It's sad; she was a great trail dog.

    We're at the tail end of her existence, and I'm bummed about it. Dogs, of all species, should never have to die.

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    sick backyard
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    Quote Originally Posted by old_gregg View Post
    sick backyard
    Thanks. We actually just moved here a couple of months ago. We were happy with our old house and never expected to move. That was until the empty land we bordered got zoned for 300 houses. We started looking for a quieter place, and got very lucky to find this still in town. We lost a couple hundred of square feet in the house but gained an acre of land. Very happy with the trade-off so far.

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    am I remembering right that you have wheatens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northwestcoug View Post
    Thanks. We actually just moved here a couple of months ago. We were happy with our old house and never expected to move. That was until the empty land we bordered got zoned for 300 houses. We started looking for a quieter place, and got very lucky to find this still in town. We lost a couple hundred of square feet in the house but gained an acre of land. Very happy with the trade-off so far.
    You have some hammocks for back there, right?
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    Love the backyard and agree that dogs shouldn't die. It took me a long time to agree to another dog after my favorite died in 78. Now we have two Goldens.
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    Our two doing what they do best, swim in the nearby river/creek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    am I remembering right that you have wheatens?
    Yes, both from the same breeder.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    You have some hammocks for back there, right?
    Yeah, my son puts his camping hammock up when he needs some zen time. We don't have permanent ones up though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    Our two doing what they do best, swim in the nearby river/creek.
    Beautiful dogs, Topper. I'd go for a retriever also, but Mrs. NWC is allergic to most shedding dogs.

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    My daughter's dog, a cocker/beagle mix and who is living with us, is NOT a morning person. As summer approaches I've started taking the dogs for a walk between 8-9 AM and she does not like it. She dawdles and a couple of times has actually come out of her collar, which admittedly is a little big for her

    She also has not quite got the concept that walking with me means we are WALKING, not exploring. It takes her a mile or two to remember that concept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyone View Post
    My daughter's dog, a cocker/beagle mix and who is living with us, is NOT a morning person. As summer approaches I've started taking the dogs for a walk between 8-9 AM and she does not like it. She dawdles and a couple of times has actually come out of her collar, which admittedly is a little big for her

    She also has not quite got the concept that walking with me means we are WALKING, not exploring. It takes her a mile or two to remember that concept.
    I'm sorry to hear that, sounds terrible.

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