Published: Tue, May 29, 2018
Finance | By Jaime Brady

Unexpected airport arrival: Dog gives birth at Tampa International

Unexpected airport arrival: Dog gives birth at Tampa International

Emily Nipps, A spokeswoman for the airport, said: "I've never seen anything like this in an airport, or otherwise".

It was an exciting day at Tampa's airport as a service dog went into labor. She said they knew Eleanor Rigby was pregnant, but believed the excitement of being in the airport around so many new people may have triggered the early birth.

Ellie was waiting to fly with her owner, Diane Van Atter, to Philadelphia when she unexpectedly went into labor.

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Fortunately, Tampa Fire & Rescue's Aircraft Rescue Firefighters paramedics were close by to help out with the canine delivery.

The puppies, their parents, and humans missed the flight.

"An air traveler's service dog is delivering puppies now", the department wrote in a post shared on Twitter. By the 2-year-old yellow lab's side was the proud papa, Nugget, who's also a service dog. "Every time she's ready to deliver another one he starts jumping around", James told Tampa Bay Times. The family, puppies and all, will be driving to Philadelphia instead, about 1,000 miles. Seven of them are boys and one is a girl.

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