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Topic - Kelly E. Carter
Travel for humans during the holidays is tough enough: long lines, crowds, extra bags full of presents. Throw a pet in the mix, and it's a recipe for disaster.
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"Some dogs don't like to travel, some love it," said Kelly E. Carter, the pet travel expert for AOL's Paw Nation and a Chihuahua owner. "You have to know your pet."
"My God, are pets being considered killers, like smoke? That's a sign people don't want to be around pets," she said.