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    Default Fake Service Animals

    https://www.khon2.com/news/local-new...n-1/1681981961

    What would Family Guy's Brian the Dog would say?

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    Lightbulb Re: Fake Service Animals

    Honestly, even fake service dogs would be an improvement over the current situation. People walk into grocery stores with random pet dogs almost daily.

    It’s like, “Hello?” You could easily A. Leave your pet in the car. If it’s hot, leave the windows open a crack. B. Tie up your pet outside the store. C. Carry your pet in a secure, enclosed and ventilated bag or case. D. Leave your pet at home!!!

    The worse part is these “entitled” dog owners get all pissed off when you ask them to leave the store. They have zero respect for the other shoppers who may be allergic to dogs and to store employees who shouldn’t have to clean up dog poo on Aisle 12.

    We can’t be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans.

    — U.S. President Bill Clinton
    USA TODAY, page 2A
    11 March 1993

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    Default Re: Fake Service Animals

    I'm not for dogs or any animals to be in any public building where food is served and/or sold. This would be all food stores, restaurants, fast food places, etc.

    The only exception is bonafide service animals that have formal training.

    No comfort animals or pets please.

    Leave them at home.
    I'm still here. Are you?

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    I was just thiniking about this the other day. I'm seeing more and more "service" dogs then ever. Some breed of service dogs makes me wonder...Are they really going to provide any service, or just the owner's excuse to take them where they are not suppose to. I don't see anything official other then a piece of cloth around the dog's body.


    I'm all for socialization of pets. When my dog was young, I took my dog to Target, we sat outside the entire time.

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    https://www.staradvertiser.com/2019/...to-committees/

    Waiter, there's fur in my soup! Keep it down or everybody else would want some.

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    Thumbs down Re: Fake Service Animals

    Quote Originally Posted by Walkoff Balk View Post
    Bill allowing dogs in Hawaii restaurants introduced, referred to committees

    Waiter, there's fur in my soup! Keep it down or everybody else would want some.
    It’s sad that with the growing homeless population, rise in violent crime, corruption in law enforcement and city prosecutor’s office and horrid incompetence of our election officials — THIS is what our politicians choose to focus on.

    But why tackle tough issues? Better to allow desperate eateries to incur needless health violations — so that restaurants that ban cats and dogs can make more money.

    We can’t be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans.

    — U.S. President Bill Clinton
    USA TODAY, page 2A
    11 March 1993

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