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Again, a benefit of being a miniature dachshund , is that I am under 15 pounds a straight 11 pounder and so can go onboard the plane with mum and dad, and sit under the seat.

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I would never go in the cargo department. It all starts when I see my parents packing a suitcase. She comes back a few minutes later and I have packed her suitcase full to the brim with my squeaky toys.

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Who the heck does she think I am? We usually grab a little snack in the airport before boarding. I can never decide what I want. Dad will usually throw the ball around for me while we wait at the gate. Like seriously…. My dad is my security. Mum is my comfort. We get on the plane and dad carries me in front of him as he walks down the aisle. I always hope that we sit next to someone nice. One time mum and I sat next to this lady who hated dogs. The one factor that can make all the difference to an enjoyable flight is the airline. JetBlue has awesome people service, and great dog service as well.

They are the ones who supplied my travel bag — as they have a whole program designed for traveling with your dog called, JetPaws. Yet, ironically, they have the best dog service of them all! These recipes just got thrown in seemingly randomly, and got rather annoying. It was by far one of the worst books I've read in a long time, I especially got upset as a dachshund owner that 1 , they couldn't give the poor pet a better nickname than Little Dog, my I gave this book 2 stars, and that was being generous.


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It was by far one of the worst books I've read in a long time, I especially got upset as a dachshund owner that 1 , they couldn't give the poor pet a better nickname than Little Dog, my friend's dog is named James, her husband is also James, who they call Jim, the son is James, they call him Jamie, the dog is just James, no confusion.

Just a total wash, this whole book.

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In the early nineties, my husband Richard and I spent a short time traveling in Germany and Greece and after that lived in France for one year, with our dog. Our dachshund's name was also Richard; in order to avoid confusion, we called him the Little Dog.

The Little Dog, who already had strong opinions about his likes and dislikes, fell in love with French bread. No one could remove it from his mouth once it had landed there, which happened frequently.

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