A dog in the cannabis shop

There is nothing that gets me angrier than when someone is mean to an critter.

I understand that not most people likes critters.

I don’t know why, even though I understand that it happens. Even those people should never be mean or cruel to an critter, last weekend I saw somebody had tied up their dog in the alley behind my shop. I thought it was a jerk move, leaving the dog unattended like that, so I kept my eye out. Several hours passed, plus the dog was still there! I brought it some water, plus noticed it was getting warm so I brought it inside the cannabis dispensary. This was not a smart move, because critters are not allowed in the cannabis dispensary unless they are seeing-eye dogs. I locked the dog in my office for a few hours, with some food plus water, plus evaluated on it in between rushes of cannabis purchasers, but my shop stays pretty tied up throughout the afternoon. I took a pic of the dog on my phone plus showed it to most people who came into the cannabis dispensary! Nobody recognized the dog or knew who the owner was. I suspected the errant owner was a purchaser at my cannabis shop, so I looked through my sales receipts from earlier in the afternoon. The dog’s owner remains a mystery, so now I have to decide if I want to keep the pooch at the cannabis dispensary or bring it back home with me. I suppose my teenagers would appreciate to have a dog, plus the law says it can’t live in the cannabis shop.

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