A 2-year-old emotional support dog died… The owner wanted to get some answers from Hawaiian Airlines.
The bulldog named Louis obviously should have traveled from Kona to Honolulu and then to the cargo hold in Seattle, but the dog never succeeded. The owner of the dog said that the airline told him that the dog died in Honolulu, but did not explain what happened.
The dog died on July 21. The owner has been waiting for the autopsy report and the location of the dog at the time of death, but so far, we have been told Hawaiian Airlines has kept the radio silent. Owner, doctor. Randall Carpio, Said the airline did conduct an autopsy, but did not give him the report.
Dr. Carpio also said that the airline did not give him the dog’s body.
Dr. Carpio drew up an ambitious plan for Louis. The doctor said that this dog has a charming temperament and demeanor. He is undergoing grooming to provide emotional support for children and the elderly. Dr. Carpio said that Louis will actually be part of his medical team to provide support to his patients.
Dog owner’s lawyer Evan Oshan Tell TMZ… “We want to know how Louis died and whether any animal neglect or abuse was found. We call on government officials to investigate and raise the necessary allegations where appropriate. We are weighing all laws Choose and will take appropriate measures and seek all legal remedies required by law in order to bring justice to Louis”
The lawyers told us that they are considering all legal options.
We contacted Hawaiian Airlines for comment…So far, no response has been received.