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Well, hello there fluffball. Seems like you can stand after all . . . although you must not move quickly because I don't think I'd put my crazy pooch that close to the x-ray machine super fun looking tunnel. Jessica Simpson, Ashlee, and Daisy geared to get up and go at LAX yesterday – it seems like they brought a ton of luggage, so hopefully including all the right adventure gear. Despite her ever-shaggy mane, I do love this pooch so see some more photos (with the Sac Chien) when you





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Ana_belle03 Ana_belle03 7 years
Don't judge Daisy's shaggy mane. I used to think that she was the worst kept dog until I got a malti-poo. No matter what I do, he'll look like a mess about 5 minutes after I brush him.
mnp mnp 7 years
This is good to know. Thanks everyone!
Aphrosette Aphrosette 7 years
Keep in mind that yes you can bring a dog on most airlines, but they do have weight restrictions for in the cabin. Some airlines it is 15 pounds including carrier others its 20 pounds including carrier. You dog and its combined weight with the carrier have to be certified by a vet. The vet will give you "flying papers" and the dog has to remain in the carrier for the entire flight underneath the seat in front of you. Some airlines require that dogs in the cabin are sedated as well. If you dog does not meet those requirements they will generally "stow" them with the luggage. Which means you and puppy part when you check in and drop off your baggage. They have a seperate car that takes animals to the plane, but they are still in the cargo hold...not something I think a dog would like. (and if you have read Marley and me, Marley DID NOT like it one bit!)
wren1 wren1 7 years
I love Daisy. She's my favorite celeb dog!!
DCStar DCStar 7 years
OK so the dog can stand. Still not convinced it can walk ;) BTW - what a waste of money for that bag! Almost $2,000 and it's only made of canvas! LMAO what a stupid waste.
tiabia tiabia 7 years
Daisy is such a cutie...and yes, she does spend, what seems like her lifetime, in Jessica's arms, LMAO
bellaressa bellaressa 7 years
Thanks Renee, I didn't know.
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
I bet that dog is so used to flying it's probably no biggie! Bella, most airlines you can, they have to stay in their bag under your seat. Airlines charge you up the butt though. My flight to see my sister cost me $200 roundtrip (last year) and cost B-Bop $80 each way, almost as much as a real ticket, but he was stuck under the chair!!
Molly Molly 7 years
OMG, yes! I've actually spent far too much time wondering whether that dog can stand or walk on its own.
bellaressa bellaressa 7 years
I didn't know you can bring your pet on the plane.
ALSW ALSW 7 years
What a cutie! (Daisy :))
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