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we were walking in to the store on state st.in san jacinto.

an older woman with a medium size dog walked into the store.the dog did not have the appropriate vest like a service dog. I told the manager about the dog being allowed in without checking for appropriate license. he ignored me as he has in the past.

the dog walked over to a display of potato chips and started to pee all over the bags.This is not first time people have been allowed to bring their pets to the store and the manager will not ask for PROOF OF SERVICE LICENSE!!!!What should i expect next, the dog pooping in the produce section.

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Anonymous
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada #1327828

I have seen a lot worse when it cones to kids!! I'll take a dog anyday over kids running, standing in the way or snot all over the basket!

Anonymous
Riverside, California, United States #1197881

Its illegal in the state of california to request proof of disability. They can ask if it is a service animal if the guest says yes there's nothing that can be said or asked. A service animal is not required to wear anything identifying itself as such.

Anonymous
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Unfortunaly you are not allowed to ask for the license the only thing you can ask is if the service the dog provides if for a disability. Of course the dog you are speaking of is OBVIOUSLY NOT a service dog because service dogs are well mannered and always potty trained

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You could contact your city's Health Department and report this.Apparently when the Health Inspectors do their routine inspections they have never seen a dog, or just assumed it was a service dog.

This should definitely be reported.

I have heard of a lot of people that consider their companion dogs, to be the same as service dogs, but there is a difference.When people that have companion dogs are out among other people, even if they are among strangers, they don't need to have their dog with for companionship.

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