Friday afternoon, I stopped at Whole Foods market to get some items. I needed to get a bunch of flowers replaced, since they had dropped all their petals two days after purchase, and while I was waiting my turn at customer service, a woman came up to complain about a particular shopper who brings her dog into the store. This is a small dog, with no harness or collar that identifies the dog as a service or therapy animal.
The manager finally locates the shopper with the dog, asks her to leave and to never bring the dog in again. I finished my shopping (and sampling) and was heading out the door when another shopper came in with a dog! It is posted on the entrance and exit that only service animals are permitted, no pets. It is against health laws in my state to have non-service animals in a grocery store or restaurant.