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go We met my elderly Mom at the airport in Toronto as we were to accompany her home from Calgary to Fredericton. Unfortunately she had a Ménière’s attack on the plane. Once again Cooper was perfectly behaved in his kennel as the fire department and paramedics descended on us. He then spent the next 5 hours in his kennel (with walks every hour or so) waiting patiently outside the hospital with a friend. Fortunately, later that night, my Mom was given the green light to fly the next day.
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home page Cooper is a Australian Labradoodle puppy born to Skye and Bobbi! So thrilled with his great intuition and quick learning!