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Pearson airport rules can take the bark out of your trip home
by Sue-Ann Levy
Last Monday morning at 1:30 a.m. I came out of Pearson Airport with my dachsie Kishka in tow looking for a limo to drive us home.
Kishka, as is the requirement whenever I fly to and from my home in Florida, was comfortably zipped up in his soft kennel.
He was half-asleep at that hour — and so hidden away — that the first driver in line headed towards me to start loading my luggage.
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