Landy's doberman comes down every morning on its own unsupervised and starts a ruckus. I came down tonight and it was running around the tables at Pedro's bothering people with thei dogs on leash. It is too big to be chasing around and who's going to pick up the poop. The mellow female dogs that we spayed at Figaro's are not the problem. The doberman is the problem and the owner needs to take responsibility or find it a home with someone who has the time to train it. Makes me crazy when people get a cute puppy, but then discard it when it becomes a problem. It appears to be locked out of their yard. One bad apple giving the rest of them a bad name.
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