Puppy Purchasing When Drunk, a Common City Scourge
By MATT FLEGENHEIMER
New York City pet shop ownership has its challenges: Pushy customers. Yapping pooches. And, it seems, drunken puppy purchasing.
On Tuesday, the news Web site DNAinfo.com reported that two Greenwich Village pet shops had policies barring visibly intoxicated patrons from buying, playing with, or even cradling puppies.
It turns out that the phenomenon is even more widespread. Of seven city pet store owners or employees interviewed by The New York Times, some with multiple shops, all but one said the store had explicit guidelines for dealing with intoxicated customers.
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had no idea that this was such a problem!!
I'm sorry, but I have to ask. Are you a paid poster? I only ask because of the number of threads you open and you always seem to have a link to refer to.
Please indulge, I am only curious.
If the NYT's or The Pet Store Lobbyist Group are hiring posters, I want in! ..
by Black Lilly 9 years ago
Sometimes we all do stupid things when being intoxicated. What was that crazy thing(s) that you've done when being a bit carried away? You might not have regreted it later, though.So...?
by paarsurrey 8 years ago
I don't believe that; it must be a fiction created by the sinful scribes of the Bible who hardly believed in Jesus, which is evident from the fact that they fled away from the scene of the Cross as per Bible, leaving their master to suffer alone on the Cross.Quran does not mention this ...
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