16-11-2015miquel a. ca

Palma City Council today announced that buses operating on four more routes are going to be allowed to carry dogs.

Since 2012, the number 20 service, between San Agustin and Son Espases, number 30, to Sant Joan de Deu and the number 2 city centre services have been carrying dogs, but as of today, the number one service between the port and the airport, the number three service between Pont d’Inca and Illetas, the number 15 to Playa de Palma and the number 21 service between Playa de Palma and the airport will be carrying dogs. Other Spanish cities are apparently following Palma’s example.

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Martine Macmillan / Hace over 3 years

Do not boast about buses accepting dog: this is plainly a lie! My husband and my poor old dog, Pablo, 14 years old, really quiet and well-behaved (unlike those noisy, aggressive, yappy small dogs you Spaniards seem to favour), sick and going to the veterinarian today got thrown out of the bus after one stop because some stupid, prejudiced woman complained. my husband did not even get his money back. Poor Pablo, old, 14 years old and suffering from an infection had to walk a long way in the cold and wet before he got to the veterinarian and then had to walk all the way back again. This is inhumane and would never happen in Britain. Spain and Balearics need to get up to date with animal rights and the 21st century. Animals have just as much right to this earth as we have and they certainly don't mess it up as we humans are doing!

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Martine Macmillan / Hace over 3 years

Do not boast about buses accepting dog: this is plainly a lie! My husband and my poor old dog, Pablo, 14 years old, really quiet and well-behaved (unlike those noisy, aggressive, yappy small dogs you Spaniards seem to favour), sick and going to the veterinarian today got thrown out of the bus after one stop because some stupid, prejudiced woman complained. my husband did not even get his money back. Poor Pablo, old, 14 years old and suffering from an infection had to walk a long way in the cold and wet before he got to the veterinarian and then had to walk all the way back again. This is inhumane and would never happen in Britain. Spain and Balearics need to get up to date with animal rights and the 21st century. Animals have just as much right to this earth as we have and they certainly don't mess it up as we humans are doing!

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