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Maltese shih tzu explores Australia from the comfort of a biplane seat

Maltese shih tzu explores Australia from the comfort of a biplane seat

A 13-year-old Maltese shih tzu has explored Australia from the cockpit of a Tiger Moth biplane. The furry frequent flyer goes by the name of Bongo, and despite having four legs, he rarely touches the plane’s controls. Bongo’s human Ross Kilner has been flying with his best friend for 11 years, according to ABC News. The duo flies out of Robe Airport on South Australia’s Limestone Coast where Kilner has owned a hangar for 30 years. But it was not…

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Majority of Australians support dogs on public transport

Majority of Australians support dogs on public transport

While dogs are humans’ best friends, they are not always allowed to accompany their humans on public transport in Australia, despite a recent YouGov Galaxy poll commissioned by Dogs of Oz showing that 55% of Australians support dogs. In the UK and much of Europe dogs are allowed on buses, trains, and other forms of public transport, though restrictions vary from country to country. However, Australia appears to be behind on dog friendly transport. Currently, dogs on public transport are…

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