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One Woman Wolf Pack

Nothing to see here. Just two wolf-like creatures escorting this fine lady like a ancient warrior princess. Please feel free to insert your Game of Thrones ‘Winter Is Coming’ meme references here.

Washington

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One Woman Wolf Pack, 7.3 out of 10 based on 227 ratings 38 Comments Animals  //  Featured Creature  //  Funny  //  Washington
  • Hap

    Oh God that is cool. And good for her; no one is going to try to grab her purse or cut in front of her in the checkout line. Considering how difficult it is for a woman to get a legal self-defense weapon, I’m glad to see that she took such a step for her own welfare.

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  • Bman

    Mush!

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  • Mj

    I don’t understand why animals are permitted in a USA store that sells food products, in Canada that’s a NO,NO, obviously for health reason.

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  • Slop Jar Magoo

    She’s got a steak tied to her A$$ so they’ll follow her.

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  • Ted C

    Come on, how on Earth is this allowed? She should never have been allowed in the door. Doesn’t Walmart have greeters at their entrances? If I had children I wouldn’t want them anywhere near those dogs.

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  • Ethan

    *an

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  • Ruinas

    Um…that’s obviously an Olympic bobsled team bulking up on dry goods for the rest of the grueling race. Give ‘em a damn break!

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  • LaLD

    Since you asked for it. You know her last name has to be Stark.

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  • MrClean4000

    seeing eye wolves? she needs 2 because one leans to the right and the other left.

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  • kendra

    I don’t mind dogs in stores at all. They are much cleaner then most kids and people and much nicer to look at. But I too would like to know How did she get through the front doors???

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  • Helen Hevener

    This picture I dont find amusing- and for people who are against someone having a dog in a store- service animals are allowed in a store!! This woman may well be disabled and those dogs could be service dogs. I dont see one thing in this picture to laugh about!!!

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  • Chris N

    Ted C. – Your children would likely be more safe around these dogs than most of the other creatures at WalMart :-D

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  • Joesph Mama

    Those are NOT service dogs. Service dogs operate solo. Also, they usually have a harness or a vest identifying them as such.

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  • Barry

    Maybe they aren’t real dogs. Maybe they are stuffed.

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  • George Johnson

    The problem is, Walmart knows they can’t prove it’s NOT a service animal. And if they kicked out one person that had say a “service skunk”, and it really WAS a “service skunk”, they would be up for a lawsuit. So, they simply don’t ask any more.
    Not only that, but there are websites out there where you can get “service animal” certificates for just about anything.
    The problem is, it has become acceptable to be a lying low life dirt bag where taking your pooch (or skunk, or monkey, or bird) into a food store, KNOWING it’s not a service animal.
    It’s society, that’s the problem.

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  • tpeiyn

    I work retail and we are told that we can only ask “Is that a service animal?” Apparently, it is illegal to ask about the nature of your disability or the service that the animal requires. I would prefer you to bring your well behaved dog over your naughty child anyday!

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  • RD

    Mr. Johnson is right. It’s actually people abusing a situation they shouldn’t be. These are NOT service animals, these are pets. I knew a family that TRAINED them, and there are VERY specific breeds that are service animals. Anyone ever notice how all the K-9 breeds are the same?
    No one has ever seen a K-9 dog in a store for a casual reason, unless they are on the job. And it’s rare they are needed in a grocery, restaurant or dept. store.
    No, this is about people who don’t give a shit about anyone else but themselves.

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  • MustangGuy

    Two service animals? Really? I’m not buying it.

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  • emily

    thats a lesbian and those are her wolves..

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  • Six Pack Genius

    George Johnson and Tpeiyn are correct. If you flat out refuse the animals, you violate the Americans with Disabilities Act. It is a touchy legal issue, so Wal-Mart allows all animals in so they do not get sued, along with other businesses.
    You cannot ask the person what their disability is, that is a violation of ADA. The only way you can ask legally about the service animal is say “To what service does the animal provide?” If the person gives a valid answer, which is another legal issue, then they can continue their business. If someone comes in with a dog in a purse and does not give an answer, you can ask them to leave.
    I am sure some lawyer can write books on this subject…

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