A dog owner from Seattle claims that his two-year-old pit bull dog died while it was on a flight with Hawaiian Airlines. The dog was flown in from Hawaii to Seattle.
– A dog owner from Seattle claims that his two-year-old dog died while flying with Hawaiian Airlines.
– The dog was supposed to be an emotional support dog.
– The dog owner claims he was never given any official and detailed statement about…
The dog owner, Randall Carpio, is a naturopathic doctor and got the dog, named Louis, to be an emotional support animal for his patients. The dog is considered by Louis as a one in a million and in the documents by Carpio and his attorney, they referred to the animal as an “Isabella Lilac,” which means it is a very rare breed. It is unclear how much Carpio paid for the dog but the grandfather of the doggo was sold in Taiwan for a whopping $750,000.
Carpio got the sad news from his father, who was the one who shipped Louis with Hawaiian Airlines. Carpio called the airlines and he claimed that he was asked if they could have someone perform a necropsy on the dog to figure out what happened. However, until now, there was no definite answer from the airlines regarding the matter. The lawyer of Carpio shared, “We have no report. We have no photos. We have absolutely nothing, only the third-party word from the airline saying a necropsy was done and that’s that.”
The ashes of the dog also remain at a shipping facility because Carpio was not present when the remains of the doggo were being delivered to him.
Carpio has not formally filed a lawsuit against the airlines as he claims he wants to know what happened first. The airlines did not release any comment yet.
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