Southwest Airlines passenger

A Southwest Airlines passenger was forcefully removed from a plane after she complained loudly about 2 therapy dogs on board the plane.

The incident took place Tuesday evening on Southwest Airlines flight 1525 from Baltimore-Washington to Los Angeles.

The passenger, who was later identified as Islamic Studies professor Anila Daulatzai, complained that she had “severe allergies” to dogs.

Muslims consider dogs to be impure and unclean.

Daulatzai demanded that the flight attendants remove the therapy dogs immediately.

After the airline offered Daulatzai several options, including producing a medical certificate (which she didn’t have), she refused to leave the plane.

“Our policy states that a Customer (without a medical certificate) may be denied boarding if they report a life-threatening allergic reaction and cannot travel safely with an animal onboard,” a Southwest spokesperson said.

“Our Flight Crew made repeated attempts to explain the situation to the Customer, however, she refused to deplane and law enforcement became involved,” the airline said.

Another passenger filmed 2 beefy Baltimore police officers forcefully dragging Daulatzai off the plane.

Daulatzai was arrested and later released on bond.

She faces multiple charges including disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, failure to obey a lawful order, disturbing the peace, and obstructing and hindering a police officer.

Southwest Airlines later issued a public apology to Daulatzai.

“We are disheartened by the way this situation unfolded and the Customer’s removal by local law enforcement officers. We publicly offer our apologies to this Customer for her experience and we will be contacting her directly to address her concerns.”




  • Clorox

    this news is from like wednesday

  • Clorox

    my bad tuesday

  • cherrypie

    First of all, its not even that deep. Girl, if you don’t get you azz off that plane.

  • You Could Never

    There were many faults. The airline should ADVISE folks IDK send an email to all the folks booked to XX flight and TELL them dogs will be flying. So yes she could have had medical paperwork handy or anyone who needed to do such. Dog people and dog friendly biz dont seem to get that EVERYONE AINT ABLE to tolerate dogs. Just bc its a service animal gonna make my eyes NOT run? FOH

  • Kanyade

    just an aside and a “pet” peeve. seeing a dog/cat in a grocery store, near fresh meat and vegetables. drives me up the wall.

  • Clorox

    i agree with you ma’am. fuqq the ppl who was rushing this lady off the plane, fuqq the police who once again dragged a paying customer off the plane, and fuqq the off-camera person who brought a pet onto the plane and ain’t have shyt to say once somebody was manhandled and dragged off treated like rodney king for her allergies to THEIR pet,

  • You Could Never

    This is one reason why I dont frequent Chipotle . One of a few major chains that allows dogs. Like really?

  • You Could Never

    We had a Rose here once who said the people should leave flights in this SAME situation. Why the hell I gotta get off? Bc they decided to fly a major allergen and not tell me? NO. I have a lot of allergies. Food allergies. Oldest person I know with a peanut allergy. Pets. Let me know and I can more than willingly plan around. But to just surprise me and inconv. me when Im paying just like they are issa NO

  • Clorox

    exactly. like bih they don’t drag you out of a sit-down restaurant when you tell the waiter ‘my bad i’m’ allergic to __________” and ask yo azz to present them yo allergy card while onlookers be like “hurry up, just get out already!”

  • HIS4EVA

    i think the customer should and can while booking flights indicate in some way about concerns. if my allergies were severe , I would remove myself. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/784a4504aec5ea86292546da01a96f7207302891f7dcd0e0a6d40392644bd10c.jpg

  • Nanny

    Who has allergen papers? I was severely allergic to dogs for years. Just being around pet dander would put me in the hospital.

  • You Could Never

    Ive sometimes been a pariah. Which is the funniest shit to ME bc really if you just TELL me or warn me, Im used to having these allergies. Done had em my whole entire LIFE. And more than willing to be the accommodating party. But if you are not sensitive to me enough KNOWING full well folks outchea got allergies and don’t warn me, Im not always nice about it. Folks with dogs, service ones or pets, know damn well folks have dander allergies. The airlines know too. And not just allergies. Folks should be able to CHOOSE if they want to be bothered with your animal or not. That is courtesy

  • Connie

    Hi, I respect your opinion. However, if it gets to the extent that you have a medical condition, i.e., severe allergies that requires medical paperwork (proof), you should make damn sure you walk with said medical paperwork especially travelling with a bunch of strangers on a plane. I find it hard to believe that a professor would not know this

  • Luv Pitties

    So wait, it is known that it is a dog friendly business and service dogs can come into stores and flights , so that OTHER paying customer should have been dragged off? It also states that the airline offered several options to this woman and she declined. I do agree the airline should have notified passengers once the animals were booked that they will be on board to give other customers a choice.

  • Luv Pitties

    Right, just good ole common sense

  • nick c

    If you have been flying the past couple years then you know all the azzholes flying with their damn dogs which is ANNOYING as hell. Even then at least have the decency to have a train dog on a flight, I flew last month with someone that had a dog that barked almost the entire flight!!! This dog was fifteen aisles in front of me but if I was sitting next to it I would have been arrested for animal cruelty for strangling that little bastard or attacking its owner what a POS he knew he’s stupid dog cannot act right in public.

  • Luv Pitties

    I have fmla papers that state I have severe allergies. I understand that those are for the employer however the airline could accept that as well, also there are medical bracelets

  • You Could Never

    It also states that the airline offered several options to this woman and she declined

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Getting there tomorrow or later on today when I planned to be there at xx time is not an option bc I get up on the plane and SURPRISE issa dog. Tell me its going to be one on there. Not just me. Tell Everyone. Then let me choose. Dont assume NOBODY will have an issue.

  • AG

    I’m not sure, but if she is indeed Muslim, I think it was really a case of just not wanting to be around the dogs. Having lived with an Arabic Muslim, they are really strict about no dogs being around because they are viewed as unclean. I think the allergy claim may have been untrue. If I have deathly allergies to dogs, and I see one, I would run off the plane. No need to push me off.

  • Luv Pitties

    As a dog owner I agree the dog should be trained for situations like that however I feel the same about stupid ass people who refuse to control their children and I have to sit while my seat is being kicked or have to endure a screaming kid the entire damn flight. I want to strangle the dumb ass parents who believe that everyone should have to understand they have a screaming and/or uncontrollable child.

  • You Could Never

    I have had allergies my whole entire time on planet earth. I aint never had no damn papers. I got an EpiPen. Das it. And I have even had a damn headache trying to fly with THAT.

  • Kim’s Original Face

    She got a case possible airlines taking responsibility? I see a settlement in the near future

  • You Could Never

    Why I said everyone should be notified. I dont think this woman had allergies either. BUT I WILL tell you someone here on this blog has complained about this very thing before. Forced to fly with a dog, she had allergies, bc no warning. This has been discussed here previously

  • Luv Pitties

    I agreed with notifying all passengers on that flight. The article doesn’t state what other options she was offered so I can’t speak on that. Dogs and dead people fly in cargo on planes all the time so if she truly has an aversion to being on a flight with animals whether in cabin or not she may want to select alternate transportation.

  • GuestSTAR

    Those service dogs are usually very measured, calm dogs.
    With that said the other day I was visiting a friend at the hospital and as I
    was walking to the cafeteria, this lady was walking in at the same time with what looked like a big St. Bernard service dog. Few weeks ago my husband and I went out for Thai food and this lady walked in with a service dog. While I understand why they are needed, it feels weird seeing them in eateries.

  • Luv Pitties

    I find it unsanitary for them to be in restaurants and groceries even though I understand the need. I also hate when people carry their dogs in their arms everywhere they go.

  • AG

    You’re absolutely right about notifying other flyers. I’m not a dog or cat person in general, and I wouldn’t want one on my flight just because I don’t like them.

  • nick c

    Those babies that are screaming are because of their sensitive ears popping those are painful cries, I see no reason to take a newborn on a plane unless it’s an emergency which I doubt many circumstances are.

  • Luv Pitties

    I can use the same argument about the dogs howling and barking because their ears are popping due to the altitude. I don’t want to hear either and I’m not just talking about newborns, newborns dont kick your seat.

  • JV

    Chipotle is the LAST fast food chain that needs to go out of its way to look any more unsanitary. A salmonella outbreak is an annual tradition it seems. My wife makes better home-made chipotle anyway..

  • nick c

    Not everyone that makes a scene on a plane is going to get paid you should Google all the fights on spirit airlines which is like everyday lol.

  • You Could Never

    I just dont see why they cant send a simple email.

    A dog has been booked to your flight. Please plan accordingly.

    Love,

    Fukked up ass airline bc none of us are about shit NOWAYS

  • GuestSTAR

    I agree 100%.

  • Luv Pitties

    Why are people fighting on Spirit? I remember they used to offer $7 flights

  • You Could Never

    Folks be up in there with their DOG. Not service animals. their pet. FOH on that too.

  • Nakia Brown

    This^^^^^^^

  • nick c

    Dogs are suppose to go in a kennel in the cargo bay….

  • nick c

    Ghetto all up in those flights

  • JV

    Spirit Airlines? Worst airline ever.

  • Kim’s Original Face

    LMAOOOOO

  • Kim’s Original Face

    Right but not every airline issues an apology almost immediately either.

  • Clorox

    fully agreed. FULLY. agreed. i politely tell the servers at eateries what i cannot have. i am a pariah being that i have gluten allergies, which is a pain to ME!!! but i also -*sorry not sorry*- don’t be feeling like having ppls pets all up and thru my hindparts while i’m eating, shopping, having hair or nails done, etc. i mean come on,

  • Ebony Starr

    Once I was traveling with my dog and a passenger asked me what of someone is allergic. I told her that I had to book and pay for my dog so the airline is aware. I’m sure that they don’t tell the passengers. Maybe passengers with allergies should ask?

  • sealsaa

    Then why did she refuse to leave the plane once they made it clear that the dogs were staying? She made a stink initially believing that they would remove the dogs, then hid her hands once they asked her to leave. Apparently her allergies weren’t as serious as she claimed they were.

  • Luv Pitties

    True but this is not the case for service dogs

  • sealsaa

    But she’s a professor!?

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Emails are unnecessary. In 2017, airline passengers should expect to see therapy animals on planes.

  • Luv Pitties

    I’ve never flown with them but figure people should be happy as all get out if they are still offering those low fares. Spirit doesn’t service this area.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    I expect to see service animals everywhere. It’s legal. People are entitled to bring their registered service animals with them. I have literally never been to an airport and not seen someone with a service animal. Moreover, people are allowed to take non-service animals on planes. Some people even purchase whole seats for their pets.

    My point is— it should come as no surprise when you see a dang dog or cat somewhere. If you have allergies (I am actually seriously allergic to cats), prepare yourself because you are bound to come into contact and you will DEAL.

  • Coy little wink

    Don’t start no shyt won’t be no shyt ?

  • Miss Thang

    I don’t understand how you don’t know that service dogs travel with people. and they may well in fact be on an airplane? How do you not know that? Don’t you see service dogs in stores, etc.?

  • Miss Thang

    exactly. agree with everything you said.

  • Miss Thang

    lmao truuuue

  • Harley

    Dogs who are a certain weight can be put in a carrier and slid under the seat in front of you. I always travel witn my pups and they are well behaved. Most people give their dogs a few drops of benydryl per the vet to keep them settled. My dogs behave better than some people on planes. Especially the nasty sick ones who keep coughing and refuse to cover their mouths!!

  • Miss Thang

    not if they’re a service dog.

  • Harley

    Well some people are allergic to peanuts and had to fly with them being passed out which is why they banned them. Some people have dust allergies. I mean your flying in a public space with hundreds of people!!

  • Wreckognize Game

    Now roll with it!!!

  • Harley

    Some dogs are cleaner and more well behaved than people. Especially kids digging in their nose and touching things and sick adults coughing and sneezing and touching stuff

  • darealwifey

    Why do people fight the police in situations like this? It is NOT going to end well for anyone. When they tell you to exit the plane, you WILL leave the plane one way or another.

  • Harley

    I find people who are sick and spread germs Ronnie more unsanitary than animals. Kids picking in their nose and touching things as well. It depends on the animal and the people

  • ?Royalty?

    I had heard about this situation a few days ago and was watching some of the video last night.

    She brought this on herself. The saying, “Shut da hail up” exist for a reason. SMH.

    I love animals even tho I’m allergic to some of them, but I’m never surprised to see them anywhere.

  • Reina1718

    Now she was told a bunch of times to walk off & she just stood there…they waited for her to walk & nothing…she was dragging the situatiom

  • ?Royalty?

    Lmaoo! Can you imagine?

    That $7 dollar flight may include a contact high, a physical and/or violent altercation, loud music, no in-flight snacks (as they often lead to violent confrontations) and stolen or mysteriously vanishing luggage.

  • Malcom Flex

    IDGAF let her people care.

  • quenelle

    Sorry to kill your ‘know dogs around’ premise but you are wrong. There are plenty of owned dogs in Arab society. They are both used for hunting, and protection of the home. Dogs simply aren’t kept in the house. Google dogs, and any Arab country (Egypt Dogs) and images will appear. What the hell are you talking about?

  • nick c

    They will cancel your flight and leave your azz stranded in a heartbeat with no accommodations I can’t do it. Unless your traveling somewhere that you can rent a car back home same day I wouldn’t do it flying coast to coast hell no.

  • tintin

    i smell a lawsuit, she’s looking for a payday like mr. Chin got the other day

  • Luv Pitties

    Oh hell no! How are they still in business with all of that going on?! I’ll just stick with Delta

  • Look@m3

    See this why I stopped all you can eat buffets!!! I think Id rather a dog too.

    I have seen people pick things up with their hands. Just scroll right on pass the fork, ladle, spoon, tooth pick. I have also seen women use the bathroom with out washing their hands in a professional environment. Sorry, but not sorry! People can be really nasty!

  • Phillybruh

    To be honest with you, they are giving out those service dog certificates way to easy these days.

  • TheOwley

    I’m sure they told her to stand and exit OR be physically removed. People that have animal and nuts allergies should not travel in an airplane. OR, ban all nuts, perfumes, animals and laundry everything at every flight just for them. Let’s see people take sides on this along the political spectrum of course.

  • datATLboi

    She lied about her allergy
    She didn’t want to leave
    She got an attitude
    She started yelling..
    She resisted arrest
    …..YET THEY APOLOGIZED TO HER??!?!?!
    This would’ve been waaaayyy different had she been a tad darker

  • indano

    That’s because of Council on American–Islamic Relations.

  • Saharabutnotdry

    She is Muslim , it’s worse , ask white peeps.
    SR, I don’t see the need To mention her faith ..

  • Saharabutnotdry

    They don’t get hyped about bs like this , they become loud when Mosques get Graffiti’d , Imam or covered Muslim woman attacked , Ahmed being arrrsted for “inventing ” a clock … etc

  • NicoleZee

    How embarrassing. All she had to do was leave when the flight attendants asked her the first time, why make it hard on yourself??? If you’re allergic to an animal, get your little medical documentation and let the airline know so things like this could be prevented. I don’t like being around animals either, unless I’m at the zoo, but they are a part of the world and these airlines let people bring them on board. I used to have a bunny rabbit, traveled with him twice while he was alive, although airline travel for bunnies is not recommended (I was moving up north then back to the south). I had my medical papers for him in order. Delta was very cute and nice about it :)! Plus, people don’t get angry over a tiny, cute little bunny in a carrier.

  • NicoleZee

    How come you didn’t leave the dog in your home city in a pet hotel while you traveled??? Just wondering.

  • NicoleZee

    No! I flew with them when I went to Bogota, Colombia. The service was great but the lack of space on the plane is horrible. We were on the plane complaining to each other that we miss Delta’s leg room with their seats! LOL! The employees at Spirit were so nice to me, I always appreciate good customer service. Their flights are affordable, but you have to pay for snacks and drinks, and not much elbow or leg room! I’ll take Spirit Airlines and United over Delta’s nasty attitude employees any day of the week!!!

  • NicoleZee

    I can deal with fussy babies because I have one now! He’s almost two, but I have not wanted to fly with him because he is fussy and hardheaded. I’m thinking of flying with him for the holidays, but I don’t know. If I spank his butt in flight, I know someone will record it and call DFCS! My baby is extremely hardheaded, he’s a typical toddler boy! LOL!

  • Kanyade

    But dogs lick their hind end and eat poo sometimes… The people that let their dogs lick them in the mouth, I will never understand.

    I don’t like seeing pets near food and such but I get over it; especially if it is a service dog.

  • jussaying

    My dog is a part of my family and he comes on vacations with me.

  • Keepin’IT100

    Mr Chin was straight abused!! This lady was in the wrong!!! She’s privileged!!

  • sandycm

    Or, couldn’t she have been put on another flight with no service animal on board, if she really was allergic to dogs, which I doubt … If she wasn’t out to make trouble, there were other solutions. I don’t see the “apology” reasoning. She should be apologizing to the airline, the crew and the other passengers.

  • NicoleZee

    Oh okay. Thanks for responding. My uncle used to hate that his mother-in-law would bring her dog with her when she would come to visit. He would never stand up to her, I guess he didn’t want to argue with his wife about her mom! We would always wonder why she wouldn’t leave the dog at home in a kennel or pet hotel. She’s rude. She would just bring the dog into anyone’s home without even asking them and would get mad if someone had something to say about it. WTH??? The dog passed away recently, I bet my uncle is relieved.

  • TheOwley

    In a situation like that, a reasonable person summons the flight attendant and explains their situation. The people with animals are not being pulled off the flights so your suggestions seems the most reasonable. But no, these days we got to make spectacle, whine, kick, scream, cops drag, people are filming, we are reading and commenting about it. It’s a new sport.

  • jussaying

    No problem. I don’t take him to people’s homes without asking if it is alright first. But I meant generally when I go on a vacation that’s meant for relaxing such as the beach or a resort, I always bring him with me. If I’m going to a place where I know I’ll be gone a lot doing cultural exploration or a lot of nightlife, then I typically see if a relative or friend can keep him for me. Or I’ll see if there is a pet hotel there. I’m really cautious about leaving him at a pet hotel when I’m thousand of miles away because I’ve had him since he was about eight weeks and just as if I had a child, I don’t trust just anyone with him. This is doubly so for a pet because unlike children of speaking age, they can’t tell you if someone did something to them. Speaking of kids, lol I don’t particularly like when people bring their kids over without asking me first either. Especially if their kids aren’t well behaved. (I like nice furniture and I don’t want them jumping on it and whatnot).

  • sandycm

    But I’d take the allergy med and/or put up with itching/watering eyes on a flight rather than try to have an animal removed from the flight, especially someone’s service dog. I do that anyway everywhere else: stores, churches, schools, other people’s homes, restaurants, etc.

  • sandycm

    Islam teaches that dogs are an “unclean” animal. Though there are exceptions I’m sure, dogs are not wanted or tolerated by most Muslims.

  • sandycm

    Yes. When will dust be illegal, and banned? Then I can sue the airline, because dust gives me allergic reactions! Down with dust! Air passengers unite! Think of all the money we could be awarded when we sue because of those dust bunnies!!!

  • sandycm

    I wouldn’t like it either, but in all of my 71 years I’ve never, ever seen an animal in a grocery store. I suppose there are at least service dogs, I’ve just never seen them there.

  • hottlanta

    I don’t want to sit next to a dog on a flight. I think it is disgusting that people have them in hotel rooms as well. I don’t even like going in stores and people have dogs with them. Dogs are not kids and they aren’t try to brain wash me that dogs are kids. They showed how people are getting those emotional certificates to bring them on the plane. Some guy had a pig and one guy had a dayum turkey as an emotional animal.

  • Dahl

    If her allergy was that severe, anaphylaxis would’ve set in so swiftly she would not have been able to complain. When the flight attendants told her to prove it or leave, she wanted to put on a show thinking she’d get paid like that doctor on the other flight. “I’m a professor!” Chick please…

  • hottlanta

    We they first started they were good. But the last time I was with them and saw all of them dayum strollers and kids trying to get on the plane I said no thank you. Now they have gotten popular they are a hot mess.

  • hottlanta

    Delta do or die.

  • hottlanta

    Spirit charges you 50 dollars for carry on and 50 to put it in the overhead bin. My friend thought she got a ticket deal with Spirit to Chicago and we did the calculations of $200.00 in baggage fees and the cost to talk to someone over the telephone adds up quickly. They trying to get me to go to DC on Spirit next month but I can’t.

  • hottlanta

    One lady had her dog in the dressing room I walked right back out. Over in Paris the dogs are in restaurant chairs and transit systems, But these dumb mofo’s in the ATL be trying to bring dogs like pit bulls to the train station/downtown area. just shake my head like really.

  • OP2

    All you have to do is choose allergies when booking a ticket and they will try to find a seat furthest from the animal or book you on a flight where there are no animals seated with passengers.

  • hottlanta

    Allergy or not I don’t wanna sit next to a dog. Dogs belong in the dog compartment if they are not a service dog. That is my right as a passenger. The passenger night think Fido is cute but I don’t. L

  • hottlanta

    I bet he was. I had a girl friend who will let her dog get in the bed with her and her boyfriend quit her because he told her he was not gong to be sleeping in the bed with her and the dog because that is nasty. She had the nerve to try to compare a dog to a child. I told her that is no comparisons. You might feel a connection with that dog but it not like raising a child. A child belongs in their place like a dog belongs in their place. Some people take dog love a little too far.

  • hottlanta

    From now on I am going to ask is the person next to flying with a dog before I book my ticket. I have a right to know.

  • hottlanta

    I remember seeing this video last month about a passenger and her dog. The dog is all in the aisle everywhere. Some dog owners think they are entitled.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cl7re2g9b0I

  • Luv Pitties

    Pitbulls can also make good service dogs with proper training. I just hate when people abuse it and try to take their dogs and lie about them being service animals , it makes the process harder for those who actually need them.

  • TheDoubleHelix

    GTFOHWTBS. Muslims hate dogs and they expect everyone to bow to their needs. The same thing happened to me with my little dog on a bus. On my way to the vet with my little dog in my bag, the bus driver said it was OK but this woman decided to have a hissy fit.

  • AG

    Thanks. Glad an expert enlightened me.

  • starbright9449

    Lmao

  • hottlanta

    Yep I saw it where someone had a turkey. If I wanted to be surrounded by animals I will go to the zoo. Sitting on a plane in those seats is bad enough with people now I gotta deal with an animal as well. It’s a bit much. Put them in the animal cargo section or leave them at home. Hell if the plane crash we all gonna crash as if the dog is gonna save you or something. Give me a break. They have a right to not have their precious dog in a cage and I got a right to not want to sit next to their dog. What’s gonna happen is someone gonna bring a dog on a plane it is gonna be a major breakout of some disease from the dog and everyone gets sick and the airline get’s sued. It can happen with all the shyt we got out there now.

  • lovelygamour

    people lie to bring their therapy dogs everywhere. I hate it. however they were right to remove her because she said she was allergic. if they would’ve let her sit there she would’ve went to the hospital later and sued. now the law says people can have therapy dogs.
    we all know 80% of the time its a scam but the judges/lawmakers we elected have made laws to throw these dogs in with the ada. so the airline hands were tied.

  • Karen Brady

    Co-worker told me just yesterday someone had a damn dog SITTING with them AT A TABLE at Waffle House. She walked right on out. This is some bullshyt.

  • Karen Brady

    me too

  • NicoleZee

    What??? Lawd! People are so damn nasty and they get mad if you say something to them about it. I dated a guy from New York and he had dogs that he kept outside, pitbulls. He was nasty and so was his family. I couldn’t deal. Most New Yorkers are nasty as shit, sorry not sorry. If you can’t keep your body and house clean and don’t know how to prepare and store food properly, I’m out. Makes no sense for people to be plain butt nasty. He didn’t even like to bathe and wanted a future with me. I was gone. Nope, naw. I CANNOT deal with nasty men or anyone nasty!!! Not for me.

  • NicoleZee

    Wow! Spirit isn’t so bad. I chose them because I HATE flying standby on Delta and I HATE their customer service. When you fly standby, you have to be extra well behaved when you are flying under an employee or you are the employee. If you can find affordable flights, flying standby is unnecessary. I hate that I never got to punch one of the Delta ticket or gate agents in the face. I really wanted to most times, but the employee I flew under told me she would kick my ass if I made her lose her flying privileges for being violent! LOL!

    South American countries are often cheaper so I chose Spirit instead of trying to wait to see if I could get on with Delta. Spirit has pros and cons just like any airline. The good thing about Delta is that they have more direct flights, but their employees have bad attitudes most of the time, I’m not here for it unless I have to deal with them. The Spirit flights for me were nice, plus I got to sit next to this Jamaican cutie and we flirted the entire time until I got to Florida to connect to get to Bogota :)!

  • hottlanta

    People treating these dogs like kids. It’s too much and they mad when you say something to them. That is why someone can break in your home and the sorry azz dog don’t even naturally bark when they see a stranger because they think everyone is their friend and the dog gets stolen. I be telling myself how can someone break into your home and steal a dog and the dog doesn’t bite or have the natural instinct they are born with to strike when something is wrong. Some people don’t even have their dogs outside to exercise with them. They are fat and lazy.

  • hottlanta

    I remember a case when Judge Mathis first came on this woman had a 5 bedroom house and she had 4 dogs and each dog had their own bedroom. Something had happen and she tried to sue like the dogs were kids and Judge told her that a dog is not a child. When she showed where each dog had their own separate bedroom as if they were actually kids he was trying to stay professional and to keep from saying to himself wth. I can understand loving your dog but some people take it to a whole nother level and use them to fulfill an emotion in their life in place of human emotions.

  • Lady_Elle

    these DAMN service dogs everywhere is just ridiculous.
    That black man that was mauled on the plane by the service dog is an excellent example that passengers are not safe with some of these animals.
    I don’t wish to sit next to them… no matter where!

  • Lady_Elle

    They had that passenger that was attacked by the service animal sitting next to him.
    Dog tore that guy’s face up!

  • hottlanta

    Talking about booking me a fight with no animals. If I need to be a certain place at a certain time the flight they give me may not be the time slot I need it could be the next day and yet they gonna choose a dog over me. People gonna get tired of that mess and start suing. I saw where the animal tore his face up and I bet he sued the airline and the pet owner. Yet everyone always say my dog/animal doesn’t bite and when they do it is something the human did wrong.

  • hottlanta

    I found the video where the lady is taking her pet turkey on the plane. This is not cute at all. They are turning the airlines into a zoo and people gonna get fed up with this mess sooner or later.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVwJZXSum_c

  • Lady_Elle

    So…. will he receive a pardon for thanksgiving?
    They would have to change my seat. I wonder if you can sue over the airlines failure to provide a seat NOT next to a service turkey?

  • hottlanta

    Like I said they won’t be happy until a disease breaks out on the plane from one of these animals and people get sick. One person can pass the flu to different people so what makes you think an animal in an enclosed environment for several hours can’t do the same thing. Sick of the argument my animal is clean when they are covered with hair and have a lot of parasites you can’t see. That is why they have a separate compartment for them. Then you know someone gonna harp on the black folks civil rights bill and say when blacks were not allowed to fly a plane and try to compare it to that. It’s coming. Believe it.

  • THE Queen

    i know the ignorance on this board comes from dumb ass black folk talking stupid about pets. I know it. because the people yall are kissing all in the mouth was just licking somebody else arses.. and animals aren’t disease infested its y’all promiscuous skanks that have diseases. real talk

  • Harley

    You missed the point. When someone has allergies and plan on going in a public space it is their obligation to make arrangements ie. call the airline and see if pets are on a plane and if so book another flight or move seats…

  • Harley

    And some people are just as nasty. They go to the bathroom and do not wash their hands. They sneeze and cough and do not cover their mouth. They sneeze or cough in their hands instead of elbows and spread germs… I mean humans are JUST as disgusting IMO…

  • Harley

    Yep, they surely can be! I refuse to do buffets. I have seem some nasty ish!

  • quenelle

    No where in the Quran does it state that dogs are unclean. Culture teaches that dogs are unclean – most muslims are the planet are not Arab – so once again your assumption is wrong.

  • starbright9449

    That’s right!!