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Lastly, I agree with Petsmart - why should all large dogs be penalized for the actions of two not so smart dog owners. If I took my golden into Petsmart, and was told she would need a muzzle - I’d be upset and never shop there again.
It is a very, very sad event and my thoughts and prayers are with this lady who lost her friend and family member. However, I must very politely disagree with her request of Petsmart to require muzzles. However, I would agree that a sign about “aggressive” dogs (w/out regard to size or breed) must be muzzled or kept out of the store….Owners will be held responsible for any damage to persons, property or other animals. That might be a better place to start and still have the same impact Mota is looking for. If we could only get muzzle signs for people in the mall!
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1. For those that take their dogs to be groomed at your local Petsmart, is the policy to muzzle or not? Is the rabies certificate the only requirement not to muzzle?I go to Petsmart on occasion and I’ve seen many large dogs and none have been aggressive. Requiring a muzzle is a punishment to those dogs that, in the majority, are not aggressive and well-behaved.Jen Mota wants PetSmart to review and change their policy of permitting large, un-muzzled dogs into their stores. Her one-year-old Yorkshire terrier, Ty, was attacked by a husky in a PetSmart in Canada and later died from his injuries.And if a dog does need to wear a muzzle for any reason, whether in your own care or in the care of a pet professional, make sure they're using the right kind of muzzle. The kinds of muzzles discussed in the story above – the nylon or mesh kind that keep a dog's mouth closed – are not supposed to be used for long periods of time or when a dog is active. They prevent dogs from being able to pant (which is how dogs cool themselves), eat and drink water normally. Most manufacturers of this type of muzzle have a warning on the packaging reminding people not to use them for long periods of time and not to allow dogs to wear them unattended. Here's one such warning from Petsmart:She believed the muzzle used during the grooming may have been too tight and caused her dog to suffocate. "I started screaming ... and fell to my knees," Phillips said, recalling the day she took her dog into Petsmart for a routine grooming.