Animal Kingdom Pet Hospital

Animal Kingdom Pet Hospital
Animal Kingdom Pet Hospital is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Erie, Pennsylvania. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal Kingdom Pet Hospital which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal Kingdom Pet Hospital on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for Animal Kingdom Pet Hospital is:
3024 W 12th St
Erie, PA 16505
(814) 838-7387

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Animal Kingdom Pet Hospital has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Animal Kingdom Pet Hospital has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Erie, Pennsylvania is 38 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 50. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Animal Ark Pet Hospital shared Lucy Noland FOX 29's photo.
Guess who's flying first class across the Pacific, across the Rockies and all the way to Wichita, Kansas? Irgo, the 10 year old German Shepherd, who had never flown before and accidentally ended up in Japan is on his home. His mom, Kara Swindel, has told various news outlets that he has a human escort back to Wichita with a stop in Denver. That's the airport where the initial mix-up happened. A Great Dane that was supposed to fly to Japan ended up in Wichita and Irgo ended up in Japan. Swindle said Irgo had no food or water on the 16.5-hour flight and went three days without his ear infection medication (poor boy flying with an ear infection). The airline says the Great Dane is also on the way back to his/her family in Japan. United Airlines has once again apologized for this latest incident involving pets. Meanwhile, the Department of Transportation is now launching an investigation into how a French Bulldog puppy died on a United flight Monday. The 10 month old's name was Kokito and his family says a flight attendant forced them to put their puppy into the overhead bin. Though, United says it's taking full responsibility for his death, it maintains the flight attendant didn't realize a puppy was in the bag. That's despite passengers saying he was barking. And now U.S. Senator John Kennedy, from Louisiana, has sent a letter to United Airlines President Scott Kirby demanding information on the number of animals that have died in the airline’s care. He tweeted that he plans to file a bill on Thursday that would prohibit airlines from putting animals in overhead bins. “Violators will face significant fines. Pets are family,” he wrote. In his letter, Kennedy said United’s “pattern of animal deaths and injuries is simply inexcusable.” He cited figures from the DOT that states of the 24 animals that died on U.S. carriers last year, 18 were on United flights. Also tweeting his disdain for what's been happening on United, Erie State Representative Ryan Bizzarro (a crucial force behind Libre's Law in Pennsylvania that actually added teeth to the commonwealth's animal cruelty laws). Bizzarro said, "I will no longer be flying United. I hope you’ll join me and spread the word."