United Airlines flight diverted after third pet incident

United Airlines flight diverted after third pet incident

United is already under scrutiny after one dog died in an overhead bin and another was accidentall.

United Airlines can't seem to get a doggone thing right.

A third pet problem in less than a week plagued United Airlines on Friday.

A flight from Newark to St. Louis was diverted Thursday after the airline realized that a dog was "mistakenly" loaded onto the plane, United Airlines said in a statement.

The dog was mistakenly loaded on the plane but was later "safely delivered to its owner", she said.

The dog, which had been packed into a carrier, was dropped off in Akron, Ohio, and eventually reunited with its owner.

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Airline officials said it offered compensation to all passengers.

Kara Swindle paid to ship Irgo as cargo on a flight from OR to Kansas, but instead the German shepherd was put on a flight to Japan.

And on Tuesday, United mixed up the flight itineraries of two dogs flying in cargo, sending one to Japan that was meant to go to Kansas City.

United Airlines is facing criticism after a dog died on a 3 1/2-hour flight and accidently shipping another dog to Japan.

In wake of the incident, prosecutors from the Harris County District Attorney's office in Houston said they are looking into the possibility of animal cruelty charges.

When Swindle and her children went to the cargo facility to pick up their dog, they were given a Great Dane puppy and not their beloved German Shepherd.

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