Most of us have been lucky or unlucky enough to be on a flight with a service dog, emotional support dog or a tiny useless pup and it’s just fine, right? Wrong. These people shared their embarrassing dog travel stories with Digital Doggy Daily and they’re freaking hilarious.
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Here’s one by Kinsey Nicole that’ll have you squirm:
“We were moving out of the country and decided to drive from Austin to Houston in order to have a direct flight to Buenos Aires. 3 hours in the terminal and 10 hours in the air with a Shih Tzu and Brussels Griffon’s first flight. I was worried like hell that they were going to die from having to pee. They weren’t sleeping, only shaking uncontrollably throughout our 10 hour red eye. I thought it would be a good idea to take Pippa to the restroom with a pee pad, despite airline rules. APPARENTLY airplanes all have automatic flushing toilets. This I did not know. I put the shaking Shih Tzu on the 3×3 floor in hopes that she would pee, fart or just stop shaking for a minute. Then the loudest vacuum sound that mankind has ever created happened! We both jumped in terror! Then the dog defies laws of gravity and crawls up my leg like a demon in a Del Toro movie. As I catch her in my arms she let all of her fear go—on me. She diarrhea’d (sic) all over my torso and legs! None of it even made it to the puppy pad on the floor. Lucky me, I caught it all. We still had 5 hours to go until landing.”
What? Oh my dear god. I can’t even imagine. Sorry girl.
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Another story by Carissa Barnes seems too funny to be true:
“My dog decided when TSA was examining him for drugs or whatever they do, that it would be the opportune time to take a dump on the table. Lucky for me, it wasn’t the first time it had happened to them. I still, however, had to clean it up with a used Starbucks napkin from my purse. I even gave my dog a pill that was supposed to make him sleep. Nope. Apparently he’s ammune (sic). He proceeded to stare/growl at me from his bag under the seat in front of me for 3 hours.”