Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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HERE IN FLORIDA, I HAVE BEGGED MANAGERS TO POST SIGNS NOT TO LOCK YOUR

DOG IN THE CAR. I HAVE RESCUED OVER 6 DOGS WHO WERE SUFFOCATING TO DEATH

IN HOT CARS RIGHT IN FRONT OF PUBLIX. CORPORATE PROMISED TO DO SOMETHING

BUT THEY LIED TO ME AND DID NOTHING. THEY BLEW ME OFF. THE PEOPLE IN FLORIDA

WHO LOCK THEIR DOGS IN HOT CARS EVEN A FEW MINUTES ARE COMPLETELY IGNORANT

OF THE HEATING FACTOR. IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO LOCK YOUR DOG IN A HOT CAR

EVEN FOR A FEW MINUTES. IGNORANCE IS NO EXCUSE ...YOU ***

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Anonymous
#416984

Publix aspires for two things: Customer service and cleanliness. First off, what does an overheating dog have to do with Publix in the first place?

Because it's on Publix property? Makes perfect sense...not. Secondly, it's great that you rescue dogs, more power to you, but Publix employees go outside for three things: lunch break, coming or going home, and collecting carts while helping customers to their cars. Emloyees do NOT go looking through customer's cars and probably don't even notice the dogs are there.

Most people come in and leave for GROCERIES! They don't want to hear about a nationwide inconsideration of owners leaving their dogs in the car. What, the owner should bring the dog inside and shop with them? *** no!

Who wants to shop at a FOOD store with dogs, fleas, etc roaming around fresh food areas like: produce, the deli, seafood, meats, etc.

I sure don't! Cry me a river.

Anonymous
#665457
@Animal Cruelty? You make me la

I am also a publix associate. And, publix standard and message stands clear, within community!

We are there to HELP!

My brick WILL hit your window, while calling cops, to get not only dogs/ pets out...but also kids and elderly left behind in a non running A/C car! !!!

Meanwhile....mentioning "flees" etc.....

Well, meanwhile welcome service animals! !!! :)

Someone....clearly "sleeping", and most def NOT getting MEMO about what Publix standards and values, truly ARE!

Anonymous
#381495

publix is a grocery store. i'm sure you wouldn't like to have dog *** on your food because someone decided it would be a good idea to bring their dog inside the store.

Anonymous
#356208

Rather than call people names, like "morons" and whatnot, AND rather than breaking and entering someone else's car and getting arrested, AND rather than blame the people at Publix who had nothing to do with it in the first place, why don't you just take a minute and be a little more proactive. Stand there, call the cops and let them do the right thing. At the very least, you will end up not doing something wrong trying to do the right thing.

Cacciato
#351514

Publix, or any company for that, is not going to go around putting up signs in front of 1,000+ stores just because one person is complaining about other people's ignorance...unless it involves the safety of it's customers. My advice to you is to mind your business because you seem like the kind of person who just loves to get into other people's drama.

Next time you see a dog locked in a car, remind yourself that it isn't your dog, and it sure isn't your business. Are you going to follow the cars with the dogs locked in them all day? Because I am sure the person driving doesn't just go to Publix.

Then you can complain to every single store or building they stop at so every building in Florida can have a sign posted!! Let me know how it goes!!!

Anonymous
#350938

I like hot dogs. Get it????

Anonymous
#350415

How is this publix's fault that people are idiots? They have no control over what people do in the parking lot.

Petsmarts and Petcos have these signs posted, and you can bring your pets into those stores, and people still leave their pets in the cars.

Publix can do nothing about this. All you can do is call the cops.

And by you going into someone else's car is illegal. You need to call the police.