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Dog Parking

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by AeroJonesy, Jun 26, 2008.

  1. AeroJonesy

    AeroJonesy IncGamers Member

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    Dog Parking

    What's with this new trend of people walking their dogs to restaurants and then tying the dog up outside while they eat inside? This is the third time in a week I've seen it done.

    Currently there's a dog barking to high heaven outside my building. He's tied up to a parking sign. I'm tempted to go out there and feed it or something.
     
  2. Amra

    Amra IncGamers Member

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    Re: Dog Parking

    I've not seen this trend. But then I wouldn't really due my daily routine.

    Is there a restaurant in your building? How long has the dog been left alone?
     
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    Re: Dog Parking

    Minneapolis just passed an ordinance that allows dogs to stay with their owner at sidewalk cafes.

    So you can now sit and eat next to that barking dog.
     
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    Re: Dog Parking

    Call Animal Control. They'll come pick up the abandoned dog.
     
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    Re: Dog Parking

    I have seen folks who bring their dogs to restaurants with patios and leave them tied to the fence just outside where they are sitting, so they are within arms reach. I am completely fine with this, but not when the people are sitting inside.
     

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