Hey Publix, Why Is This Dog Allowed In Your Store?

Publix dog

Publix, you’re better than this. Why is are dogs allowed to lick things in your stores?

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Publix, we have to ask out loud: why are you permitting dirty, peeing and pooping dogs in your store? You’re better than other stores. Your stores are clean. Nice. Employees are helpful. So why are you not enforcing a policy to keep all but service dogs outside, where they belong? This dog — seen in your Loggers Run (West Boca) store — may be cute, but it serves no legitimate purpose whatsoever. It’s not a fake emotional support dog and it certainly isn’t any type of assistance dog. It’s just a dog who licked the floor while its owner moved items — one by one with one hand (cause the other was holding the leash) — from her cart to the conveyor belt — holding up everyone else.

Piublix oh Publix: you sell fresh food that’s presumably clean. Let’s keep it that way by banning dogs, cats, and whatever non-human life forms people can’t be away from for more than five minutes. Customers will be happier. Your stores will be cleaner.

Unless floor licking is part of your cleaning and polishing procedure.


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