Dogs and their service humans

I was in Las Vegas last year at this time. My traveling companions and I wanted some snacks and decided to pick up some other miscellaneous items. So, of course, Dollar Tree is the place to go. Lots of stuff to choose from and, at that time, everything was still one dollar.

On the way into the store, we saw a guy get out of the car with this huge furry dog. It was the size of a German Shepherd. Around the dog’s neck, rather than a collar and a leash, he had tied a rope. Since he was going into the store with the animal, I’m presuming he was claiming that it was a service animal (SA) or an emotional support animal (ESA).

Now I am not a dog person. I don’t like them and they can sense it. Thus they don’t like me either. Or they know I don’t like them, and they want to be all over me.  

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