Hi everybody, it's Dutch. Pug needed some time to get ready for another date with the Twizzle girl so he said I could be the blog today. Hope you don't mind.
I'm very glad Pug told you how fabulous The Sams Clinic is. He doesn't always tell the whole truth. The trip he took to the supermarket, for example? Yes, there was meat. And bacon. And maybe even Golden Chickens. But there was also this one little thing Pug forgot to mention:
Yes. A sign that says no dogs/animals. To be fair, my human didn't see the sign either. When we were visiting the cheese, a nice man stopped and asked if it was ok to pet me. He said he used to have a Dalmatian (this happens a lot) and didn't want to bother me if I was working. At first I thought maybe he meant modeling (I hate cameras!!) but he meant being a service dog.
My human explained to the nice man that we were just there to visit the cheese and take pictures. She told him about Pug's meat tour and his blog and they talked about how crazy it is they let so many non-service dogs into our supermarket. That's when the man told her about the sign.
Luckily I do have one of the special tags so we -- I -- didn't break any laws. But my human said our adventures in the supermarket are officially over. She hasn't mentioned this to Pug yet, so please don't tell him. I think he's hoping there might be a sequel or something?
Supermarket Adventure 2: the inner aisles.
I'd never hear the end of it if he thinks I ruined his chances of making this happen.
To all the who law-abiding dogs who will never set paw inside a supermarket, there is a moral to this story. In pet food stores you get cookies, in human food stores you get nothing AND might get arrested.
PS: I didn't get to see the Golden Chickens, and that made me a little sad. But I did get to smell them and am very grateful for that.