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Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Emergency Situations - Dogs Who Become Uneasy or Aggressive

Dogs arriving at the airport that are highly nervous or aggressive should not travel.



Dogs who are highly nervous or aggressive at the airport ____.

A) should be given a mild tranquilizer

No, dogs who are highly nervous or aggressive at the airport should not travel.

B) should not travel

Good, dogs who are highly nervous or aggressive at the airport should not travel.

C) should be disciplined appropriately by the attendant

No, dogs who are highly nervous or aggressive at the airport should not travel.


This lesson is designed for airport personnel who have the responsibility for the care of dogs and handling of kennels during air travel. After reviewing this lesson you will understand many factors that can improve the safety of dogs during air travel and increase the likelihood that the dogs will arrive healthy at their final destination. These factors involve the appropriate care and handling of dogs and kennels under both normal and extreme conditions.


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