Flying pets

Editorial in Canadian Medical Association Journal says pets should stay in cargo hold.

Three top doctors — deputy editor Matthew B. Stanbrook, editor-in-chief Paul C. Hébert, and Thomas Kovesi, a pediatrician at the University of Ottawa — put their names to the editorial, which chastised airlines for putting the preferences of pet owners above the well-being of passengers.

“I love pets, and I understand how much they matter to people, but pets are not people, and when there is an issue with people’s health, people have to come first,” Dr. Stanbrook, said in an interview with CBC News.

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