Another canine took off on a business aircraft and when the plane landed ... it was dead. Alejandro the Pomeranian was in the load hold of a Delta Air Lines stream that started in Phoenix and should arrive in New Jersey with a stopover in Detroit. At the point when the plane arrived in the Motor City, the 8-year-old Pom was dead.
So far the reason for death has not been resolved. Delta discloses to TMZ it's directing a careful examination to discover what struck guarantee it doesn't occur once more. The carrier says it's working with Alejandro's family to help them and has offered a free necropsy to have Alejandro assessed.
The pooch was claimed by an unmarried couple that was migrating to New York.
The legal counselor for the family, Evan Oshan, lets us know ... from what he knows Delta has been pushing individuals to put their puppies in the freight hold instead of the lodge, probably in light of the fact that there are such a significant number of administration pooches on board nowadays the traveler zones take after a pet hotel.
Oshan knows something about pooches passing on planes ... he repped the family whose 10-month-old French bulldog, Kokito, kicked the bucket in an overhead container on United.