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A distraught pet owner has been of the opinion for United Airlines and was responsible for the death of his beloved dog, who will be able to claim the animals died of heat stroke following the 2017 flight.
“He was fried, literally fried him,” you know, John Paul Ciancimino, 45, told The Sun.
Ciancimino, the dog Rock, a belgian Malinois, was on its way from Boston to ho chi minh city when the alleged incident occurred at the outlet. During a stop-over in Newark, N. J., to the carrier, ” says an employee discovered that the Rock was broken out of his cage and is causing harm to themselves, and at the same time, he was transferred to a local animal hospital, where he died.
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Ciancimino, however, you seem to be sure the dog died of heat stroke after left in a hot cargo area. A vet’s report, are shared by Ciancimino’s lawyer, shot Rock, antemortem body temperature should be at 106 degrees fahrenheit, which suggests that “heat stroke has led to the death of the dog.”
“He was completely blind by the time they found it,” claims Ciancimino, who added that his two children, John, 9, and Alysse, and 5 were “devastated” by the loss.
Ciancimino said his two children, John, 9, and Alysse, and 5 were “devastated” by the loss of the top of the Rock.
(Oshan & Associates)
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In a statement shared with Fox News, United Airlines claims to be in contact with the Ciancimino and it has been said that it was going to be that, at the end of the trip and medical expenses.
“We were saddened by the Rock’s death in August of 2017,” a United book. “Our coverage of the primary objectives with the team and is committed to the safety and comfort of all pets that are travelling with us. On the Rock on arrival in Newark, new jersey, our team found that the dog had injured himself during the stimulation and to escape from its kennel during the flight. We immediately transported the Rock to a local animal hospital for medical treatment, where he died.
“When the unfortunate passing has occurred, we have been in contact with both the client and the reimbursement of the travel expenses, as well as any associated veterinary bills.
“By 2018, we completed a full review of our coverage of the primary objectives with the service, and additional safeguards to further ensure the safety and well-being of all the animals that travel with us.”
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In an e-mail to Fox News, Ciancimino’s lawyer, Evan Oshan said that he was “not sure” that we are “committed to doing the right thing with regard to animals.”
“The airline industry needs to understand that dogs are living creatures, and family members,” said a lawyer for the owner of the dog. “They can no longer hide behind their point of view is that it is a dog, just to the cargo and / or baggage.”
(Oshan & Associates)
Oshan is also seen in the results from the airline survey.
“The airline industry needs to understand that dogs are living creatures, and family members. They can no longer hide behind their point of view is that it is a dog, just to the cargo and / or baggage,” said Oshan.
“I want to see the results of their investigation into the death of the body as well. The Rock was a specimen of health when he boarded the United Flight.”
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As of Monday, Ciancimino’s lawyer, claims that she did not receive consideration for the Rock or the $68,000 Ciancimino claims to have been in the dog training session.
“A blanket statement of empathy, it is simply not enough, and in fact, it is an offence,” the lawyer said.