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Old 03-18-2018, 05:25 PM
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The few "big box" stores where you see dogs....they are allowed. There are a few dog friendly restaurants in TV where dogs are welcome on their patio. ( they need a special lisence). Other than service dogs.....they don't belong inside of restaurants. The "comfort dog" situation had gotten out of hand all over the country. It really irritates me when i see these foo foo dogs being "used" as comfort dogs. They get a fake vest on line.

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Old 03-18-2018, 05:39 PM
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To solve this. People without dogs should be banned.
God knows something is wrong with them.
I agree with CFrance, you are priceless!
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[QUOTE=Cisco Kid;1524590]To solve this. People without dogs should be banned.
God knows something is wrong with them.[/QUOTE

So I guess we are part of the undesirable.
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Nope did not make it up. I knew what would happen ..like I said just making a statement.

Ridiculous taking a pet anywhere...get real. I'm waiting for someone to bring along their gold fish, gerbil, snake, rat, lizard..Get the picture.
Not really.
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I agree as I was in the new Lowes and there were many dogs with the customers. All of a sudden I heard a dog fight going on from afar and a yelp. Dogs don't always get along as people don't get along. Please don't drag your dog to someplace that is stressful to them.
I was on the new Lowe's the other day and a couple was pushing their dog around in a stroller. I thought it was wierd, not common. BTW, they need to fully stock that store.


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I live 1 mile from the new Loews. Saturday afternoon I went there to pick up one item. I knew exactly where the item was located so I wasn't in the store very long. In that short time 3 people walked past me with their dogs. I think many of these got to have my doggy with me all the time folks are gaming the system.
If I am going on a quick trip to Ace Hardware in La Grande Plaza I will take my dog. Dogs are welcome in the store and has treats for them at the checkouts. However, I do not take the dog to the squares or restaurants.
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In Publix at Mulberry Grove on Saturday at about noon, dog walking down the isle, going from side to side sniffing everything. I mentioned this to my cashier and was told they were not allowed to ask or challenge anyone about the legitimacy of the animals purpose.

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I was in SS square for the St Paddy Day Parade and the car show the following day. The square was extremely packed.

I was wondering if anyone thought it's unkind to their dogs to be in such a crowded space, as they might get injured.

BTW - I am not a dog owner.
I think dogs should be allowed at the Squares only when they play 70's music. Problem solved...tee hee! Peace out!

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If I am going on a quick trip to Ace Hardware in La Grande Plaza I will take my dog. Dogs are welcome in the store and has treats for them at the checkouts. However, I do not take the dog to the squares or restaurants.
Why do u feel the need to take ur dog to a business establishment
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Old 03-18-2018, 09:23 PM
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I like my dog enough not to stress him out dragging him through places he clearly doesn’t belong or truly welcomed. I suppose it’s how you’re raised. I don’t mind dogs in retail places I just don’t understand it. But here’s a big but. Anyone taking their dog to where I’m eating and I see or hear it I will politely tell the manager to have the dog removed or I’m walking out without paying for the experience I never wanted or expected nor should have to put up with because of some needy soul without a clue.





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