Old Feb 28, 19, 7:00 pm
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Originally Posted by arttravel View Post
According to the news report the child asked the ESA dog owner and received approval to pet the dog. The lawsuit implies previous bad behavior from the dog:

"Defendant Brannanís prior notice of the vicious propensities and disposition of her pit bull"

Not the most reliable of sources...

But if a dog is not able to handle the crowds at an airport, the dog should not be at the airport -- especially holiday travel where there are bound to be children running around.
or worse, on an airplane.
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