BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It’s bad enough that the smell of coffee at Starbucks has been replaced by grossly scented food, only accentuated by the “sit and do nothing all day but use free wifi” clientele, but throwing dogs into the mix is just too much.
The Starbucks at 441 and Clint Moore is the latest Palm Beach County business to clearly have a problem with dogs — a problem that the company is doing little about.
This dog was seen Wednesday afternoon at a table where people — you know, humans — eat food. Sadly, the employees in the store did nothing about.
We call on Starbuck’s to take action like Publix and others in the area tired of customers who feel so entitled that they must enter with their pets. We have no idea if this was an “emotional support” pet or just a pet (as if there is a difference), but either way, it doesn’t belong in an establishment serving food.
For those who are still claiming their dog is an “emotional support” animal, we are thrilled to let you know that there are now apps where you can text a psychologist. Try that. Leave the dog at home.
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