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    Quote Originally Posted by Beriloffun View Post
    Thanks Pugs-R-MandyBait, you give me hope! And that is a huge carrier compared to the sherpa! :) I'm flying out tonight, so I'll report back with how it goes. I picked up a few tips from dogjaunt.com about traveling with pets too. I couldnt imagine traveling with two dogs at one time!
    It was quite the Adventure ... and I think I might even do it again even if it was exhausting on Travel Days. My boys had a great time. Actually, all of my dogs adore travelling. I took three on a road trip from Tulsa to Wichita.
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    Just to report back, the large Sherpa was successful! I pre squished it down all week, and it fit perfectly under the seat infrong of me.. No one even noticed i had a dog in there!

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    Great!!!! So glad it was successful and thanks for letting us know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pugs-r-mandybait View Post
    it was quite the adventure ... And i think i might even do it again even if it was exhausting on travel days. My boys had a great time. Actually, all of my dogs adore travelling. I took three on a road trip from tulsa to wichita.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayleash View Post
    r o a d t r i - - - - - - - i p!
    And i did not even get to see Otis!! or have a drink in the wrong part of town! LOL
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