Darcy with an oxygen mask and with flight attendant Renaud Spencer.
On Thursday night, 3-year-old French bulldog Darcy was on a flight from Florida to MA with owners Michelle and Steven Burt when she started showing signs of distress, ABC News reported. When the dog became distressed, Michele noticed that its tongue and gums had turned blue, a sign of lack of oxygen.
She held Darcy in her lap, trying to calm her.
When that didn't work, Spencer - who has a French bulldog of his own, Penelope - suggested an oxygen mask.
The dog was on board JetBlue flight 330 from Orlando, Florida, to Worchester, Massachusetts, on Thursday afternoon when the Frenchie - a three-year-old named Darcy - apparently started showing signs of hypoxia, or insufficient oxygen, according to a lengthy letter that the dog's owner sent to JetBlue. "I believe [crew members] Renaud and Diane saved a life, some may reduce the value of the life because Darcy is a canine".
"It may have been only a "dog" to some, not a major disaster certainly, but a family member to us".
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Burt said that Darcy has made a complete recovery and will not fly without approval from her vet.
Darcy, a three-year-old French bulldog, started panting heavily on her flight from Orlando to MA last week. Goodness and kindness along with the ability to assess a medical crisis, albeit a canine in crisis saved the day.
They brought Darcy water and ice but, as we found out from an interview Spencer on U.S. broadcaster ABC, the poor pooch needed more help. "I brought the dog some ice, and that didn't do anything". So I called the captain, and I told him, 'I think I need to use some oxygen, ' and he said, 'Go ahead'.
Burt thanked JetBlue and the crew members and said, "In a time when the news cycle is so negative and divisive, it helps to be reminded that good people are doing good things on a daily basis even if it is in small ways or big ways".
JetBlue said in a statement to ABC News its crew "want to make sure everyone has a safe and comfortable fight, including those with four legs".