Lady travels with her pet dog abroad, shows off his passport

Lady travels with her pet dog abroad, shows off his passport

Well, it appears a young lady is set to teach internet users a new level in living flamboyantly and those with pets better pay attention.

Many social media users are losing their heads over photos of a pet puppy enjoying itself while seated on an airplane, heading for a vacation with its owner.

The young lady who mothers the adorable little puppy shared the photos on social media and advised people to stop ignoring their pets and take them on travels too as they to will like to go abroad every now and then.

Obviously, this is for the filthy rich because getting enough money for one ticket is already a task, talk more of two different tickets.

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Not only is the puppy allowed to fly overseas, it is also a proud owner of an international passport. Apparently, there is such a thing as a pet passport and this is one of the puppies in the world to have it.

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Lady travels with her pet dog abroad, shows off his passport

Lady takes her pet puppy on vacation (Photo: Twitter)
Source: Twitter

Lady travels with her pet dog abroad, shows off his passport

The pet has an international passport just like human do (Photo: Twitter)
Source: Twitter

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Lady travels with her pet dog abroad, shows off his passport

Pet puppy living large (Photo: Twitter)
Source: Instagram

Lady travels with her pet dog abroad, shows off his passport

Puppy aboard aircraft (Photo: Twitter)
Source: Twitter

Meanwhile, the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) asked all former commissioners, lawmakers, and ministers to return their diplomatic passports to avoid embarrassment at airports.

The comptroller-general of immigration, Muhammad Babandede, warned those that fall into this categories to submit their diplomatic passports to the NIS or it will be taken away from them at airports.

Only former presidents, vice-presidents, and heads of states are qualified to hold on to their diplomatic passports for life, Sahara Reporters reports.

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