DOGS IN SUPERMARKETS! Boca Rudeton Is Back With Dogs In Stores

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At Boca Raton’s Whole Food, shoppers get nutritious food that they can place in a cart once occupied by a dog. (BocaNewsNow.com reader).

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — It’s a double dose of Boca Rudeton™ — the most trusted local source of local rudeness on display. Again and again and again, it’s people who believe it’s perfectly fine to bring a dog into a store that sells human food.

We start at Whole Foods in Boca Raton where our tipster briefly thought that the circus was in town. But it’s not a clown with an acrobatic animal, but a dog with a human who apparently thinks it’s no problem to bring a four-legged friend into a store where food is often unwrapped and sold for its organic value.

At a Walmart in Boynton Beach, they’re rolling back the prices as dogs roll along in carts where your food may be carried. (BocaNewsNow.com reader).

Then we turn to Walmart in Boynton Beach where a man has no problem putting his dog in a cart — something many stores say is prohibited. That very cart is where you may someday place your food — or your child — as you shop.

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