United Airlines pilot adopts a stray dog at San Francisco International Airport

United Airlines pilot adopts a stray dog at San Francisco International Airport

A puppy whose owner abandoned him at San Francisco International Airport earlier this year is enjoying first-class treatment after finding a permanent home with the family of a United Airlines captain.

Polaris, a puppy abandoned by his owner at San Francisco Airport earlier this year, has found a new forever home with United Airlines Captain William Dale and his family
The owner of the dog, who had traveled from Asia, abandoned him in September, when he was just 12 weeks old, since he lacked the required documentation for the animal to remain in the United States.

The dog, dubbed Polaris after United’s business class product, was confined for three months at an animal facility at Los Angeles International Airport as United officials attempted to find a way to keep him in the country.

The airline collaborated with the San Francisco SPCA to find a new home for the six-month-old German Shepherd mix, who was finally adopted by the United Airlines captain, who threw an adoption celebration at the airport.

Polaris, a dog whose owner abandoned him at San Francisco International Airport earlier this year, has found a permanent home with United Airlines Captain William Dale and his family.

United threw an adoption celebration for the six-month-old German shepherd mix.Polaris' original owner abandoned him in September aged only 12 weeks because the dog did not have the necessary paperwork to remain in the United States

Lisa Feder, San Francisco SPCA’s chief of rescue and welfare, remarked, “United’s Customer Service team took on a significant challenge to ensure Polaris was safe, healthy, and placed in a loving home.”

Nearly thirty airline personnel applied to adopt Polaris, but Captain Dale was finally chosen.

United spokesperson Vincent Passafiume told NBC News, “Sometimes we deal with the most bizarre scenarios.”The six-month old puppy was taken to an animal facility at the Los Angeles airport

Polaris’ original owner abandoned him in September, when he was only 12 weeks old, since he lacked the proper documentation to remain in the United States.

The six-month-old dog was brought to an animal facility at Los Angeles International Airport.

United Airlines collaborated with the San Francisco SPCA to locate a new home for Polaris.United threw the six-month-old German shepherd mix an adoption party to celebrate finding him a forever home

This was likely one of the most peculiar and difficult cases we’ve ever encountered. To be able to achieve the outcome we did as a team and to realize that Polaris will be adopted by a loving family is a truly memorable moment for me.United Airlines partnered with San Francisco SPCA to find Polaris a new home

‘It’s a wonderful feeling to watch this tale come full circle and to know that Polaris will have a loving home with Captain Dale and his family – just in time for the holidays,’ he added.

Beginning in September, the dog was quarantined for three months at LAX Airport.The dog was housed at a quarantine facility for three months in LAX Airport from September

Nearly thirty airline personnel applied to adopt Polaris, but Captain Dale was finally chosen.

in September, incent Passafiume of United Airlines tweeted about the puppy.

The dog’s name, Polaris, was inspired by United’s business class service.

 

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