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How Big Is Ashley Olsen's French Bulldog and Is This Dog Too Big to Fly on a Plane?

Does Size Matter . . . Even If You're a Celebrity?

With firsthand experience of a dog that barely squeezes past the legal limit for under-the-seat flying, I'd say this adorable Frenchie looks shockingly large, right? Even though Ashley Olsen is petite by comparison, most airlines have a weight limit of 20 pounds of pooch, including the bag he flies in.

While there are plenty of cute photos, none show the dog actually boarding (with no pet tote shown) so we could assume the pup was flying private, if he was flying at all. Still, for survey's sake, let's pretend the smooshy was on board: do you think this doggie could have comfortably fit under the seat or not?

Image Source: Bauer-Griffin Online
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naziazholesusuck naziazholesusuck 5 years
i was wondering about this also. i have a frenchie that weighs 25 lbs but by looking at her you'd never suspect. ive always wonderied if i needed to fly if she could fly in cabin with me, i wouldnt go if she couldnt. the thought of shoving this poor doggie under the seat sound terrible! he probably did have his own seat. i hope the airline discounted it too.
kurnukuku kurnukuku 5 years
Adam Sandler's bulldogs travel in cabin. They get their own seat in first class. Maybe this was the case too.
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