Over three years ago I wrote an innocent blog post about a dog I saw in a grocery store. The dog was a pug and its owner invited everyone to pet it. The dog wore a pink shirt and the owner told us the dog was named Tina.
He explained how Tina was a service dog.
In my blog post, I explained that I doubted Tina was a service dog.
That post has continued to generate comments such as these (today) which both originated from the same computer just moments apart. First “Matthew” said:
actually , i find your remark extremly rude ! i have a pug who is indeed a service dog and has saved a childs life, there are things such as medical alert dogs that can sence if a person with a medical condition , is going to have an episode before it happens, Size dose not matter.The extent of training that these dogs go through is amazing and they encourage you to dress up the dogs during training so that people will be more intrested and interact with the dog, this is part of sence training and the dog has to get used to multiple types of people. Mabye the ” fake ” dog or one like it will save someone you knows life one day so curve your tounge.
While I was still contemplating how I might “curve my tounge”, this second message was sent from “Jessica”:
“your a rude bitch someone should hit you”
Isn’t Michael/Jessica just a delightful human being?
Seriously, curve your tounge, Michael/Jessica! You are extremely rude!
And thank you, Google, for bringing so much attention to my little post about fake pug service dogs!