i know toy poodles aren't new, but it seems there's been a rash of them coming into my bux. well, their owners at least.
now, any place that is considered food service is not allowed to have animals in the store. the only exception are service animals. however, it seems people conveniently forget that "mr. fluffs" is supposed to stay outside. sometimes they insist their tiny chihuaha with the louis vuitton vest is indeed a service dog.
well, even though the owners might resemble someone mentally challenged, these vanity dogs do not qualify. they must stay outside the store. and yes, that includes when you order and when you collect your drink.
just because you smooch your pup, sleep, eat and cuddle with him does not mean it is sanitary. just because you haven't caught some fatal doggie disease does not mean you can bring him into a business that serves food and drink. and just because he's your best friend does not mean we have to accommodate you and break the rules so your paw-mate can be with you 24/7.
guess what? there's a reason pets aren't allowed at the bux. if you're too dim to figure out why, then move to dog-friendly paris and you'll never have to worry about it again. well - actually i think the bux in paris don't allow pets, either.
partner rant: quit stealing aprons! i know for a fact you were given two when you started working for the bux. it really isn't that hard to forget that every barista needs their apron every shift. so, why do you think you're sly when you pilfer one that belongs to someone else? it's pretty obvious you did it considering you were the only person in the backroom when they went on break. oh, and the fact their name is written on the apron kind of gave you away as well. it's pretty lame to steal an apron from your fellow barista, so act responsibly and bring one of the two you own.