Live Dog Found in Bag By Airport X-Ray Machine

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Airport security undoubtedly sees some strange things when bags are put through the X-ray machine before going on a plane. But a live dog? That probably was a first.

It really happened, though, as a dog was tucked away, alive, in a bag that went through the machine at Dane County Regional Airport, TSA Great Lakes revealed in a tweet.

It appears there was no foul play involved, as the woman who owned the dog told a security officer she was unaware of the screening process.

She had disclosed previously that she was traveling with a dog to the airline. Once all that was cleared up, she merely proceeded to her gate, in a case of no harm, no foul.

Still, it prompted the TSA to hand out some travel tips to those who bring pets with them for flights.

Live Dog Found in Bag By Airport X-Ray Machine

“When traveling with any animal, notify your airline and know their rules, the tweet read. “At the checkpoint, remove your pet from the bag and send all items, including the empty carrier, to be screened in the machine.”

After that, the TSA sent out a video, just to show how it should be done. All that was missing was the line, “Doggone it, get it right.”

Then again, the video lesson featured a cat. Clearly, not all passengers can be so purr-fect. This poor pup must have been so scared, but fear not, he was perfectly fine! Just a little jump scare for both the dog and the TSA worker!

Read More: Airport Security Find Live Cat Stashed Inside Passenger Suitcase

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