A doggo that was from Russia was finally released from the JFK International Airport after almost two months of being held there. The Dalmatian is called Vaxis.
– A dog from Russia was finally released from the JFK International Airport.
– The dog stayed there for almost two months because of a lawsuit.
– The doggo was finally released to the owner and the owner had to…
Accordingly, Vaxis and ten other doggos got to the United States on September 8. However, they were all kept in the animal holding facility because of the vaccination paperwork. However, the dog being kept there for almost two months was not a usual scenario. An officer with the airport said that dogs get to be released after six or seven hours but this was different. The courier for the dog reportedly filed a lawsuit against the airport thus the lengthy time that the dog was kept in their facility.
The dog owner had to pay around $6,000 for the dog’s stay at the facility. The dog owner pointed out that although it was a bit pricey, it was all worth it because the dog is now home. The dog owner shared, “He’s a great dog and I’m so grateful to have him in my life.”
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