The January, 2016 Airline Pet Travel Report contains pet incidents for the month of November, 2015.
An eight year-old Greyhound named Gumbo arrived deceased in Fort Lauderdale, FL from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Gumbo was taken to a veterinary clinic but the report stated that the cause of death was undetermined.
A Poodle puppy was transported from Ontario, CA to Orlando, FL with a change in Salt Lake City, UT. Upon arrival and unloading in Orlando the gate crew noticed the puppy was lethargic and barely responsive. The gate crew alerted the on-duty Supervisor immediately. The consignee and the dog were taken to local veterinary hospital where the puppy passed. The shipper declined to have a necropsy performed, so there is no know cause of death.
A Mini Dalmatian Puppy arrived in Pittsburgh, PA from Atlanta, GA and was unresponsive. Temperatures were mild and no necropsy was performed.
A four year-old Golden Retriever named Kosko injured itself trying to escape its kennel on a flight from Caracas, Venezuela to Orlando, FL. Damage to the shipping container confirmed he has been chewing on the crate.
A four year-old Poodle named Midnight was found to have an injured front paw on a flight from Honolulu, HI to Houston, TX. Inspection of the crate revealed that Midnight was trying to chewing the crate.
On a flight from Okinawa, Japan, through Tokyo, Japan to Houston, TX a domestic two year-old cat named Indigo arrived deceased. According to necropsy the cause of death was congestive heart failure.