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You know what people? I really wasnt looking for a discussion on the relative
merits of providing a pet with hearing protection in a GA airplane when I posted
this question. Its obvious that everyones got their own opinions on whether
or not its necessary.
What I was, and still am, looking for is simply information on whether or not
such protection exists, and if so, who makes it and/or carries it? So, does it
Jim Fisher wrote:
> > Not even close. My stupid youth featured loud music, and I started flying
> > when no one used hearing protection in GA airplanes. I have noticeable
> > loss today. And you seriously ask if "this is a problem?"
> Well of COURSE good hearing its important to you! You depend on hearing
> for so many things. I, too, had a REALLY good sound system in my car in
> high school and am paying for it now. There is no hearing aid available
> that will help my type of hearing loss . . . Well, thats not true. There
> is something available but it costs thousands.
> But my dog? She could care less if she is not able to converse with other
> pooches at a pooch-party with lots of background noise.
> That said, Id take my little ankle-biter in the plane with me except for
> the fact that she is absolutely terrified of the noise. ;)
> Jim Fisher
> North Alabama
> Cherokee 180
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