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Can you take a dog (on a leash,of course) into a Tractor Supply store?

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We have to take Kane to the vet on Thursday.  Since there's a TSC store in a town close to the town where the vet's office is, I figured we'd stop in at the TSC, but I can only do it if we can take Kane in the store with us; won't leave him in the car by himself.

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I'll never develop a thick skin.  Thick skin leads to a hard heart and I never want to be one of those people.
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We've taken Moxie into the TSC store near us. We were a little apprehensive at first, but then that quickly went away. They were super friendly and the cashier even gave Moxie a biscuit! woot:)

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Originally Posted by Moxiechick 

We've taken Moxie into the TSC store near us. We were a little apprehensive at first, but then that quickly went away. They were super friendly and the cashier even gave Moxie a biscuit! woot:)


Ok thanks.  We usually go to Atwoods, which is alot like TSC and Atwoods does allow dogs, so I thought TSC might too.  Kane is still small enough he can ride in the shopping cart.

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I'll never develop a thick skin.  Thick skin leads to a hard heart and I never want to be one of those people.
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post #4 of 46

I have seen dogs at TSC in Ohio too.

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post #5 of 46

Probably depends on the store. I know in our small town, people bring pets in all the stores, even saw a girl with a kitten in the grocery store the other day. We're in a small country town, and nobody really cares if pets are brought in stores, in fact most store owners around here bring there dogs with them.

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post #6 of 46

I'd call the store and ask - just in case.

Julie

 

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post #7 of 46
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Originally Posted by schmije 

I'd call the store and ask - just in case.


Ditto.

I still get hassled even though my dog is in her Service Dog Vest.


But then again she isn't your normally expected Service Dog (not a German Shepard or Lab) and I don't have a visual handicap.


ETA---I love when someone says to me in a snotty way, "You don't look handicapped". I respond with, "Well, you don't look stupid either but I guess looks can be deceiving" I know, I'm bad.


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Originally Posted by CoyoteMagic 
Quote:
Originally Posted by schmije 

I'd call the store and ask - just in case.


Ditto.

I still get hassled even though my dog is in her Service Dog Vest.


But then again she isn't your normally expected Service Dog (not a German Shepard or Lab) and I don't have a visual handicap.


ETA---I love when someone says to me in a snotty way, "You don't look handicapped". I respond with, "Well, you don't look stupid either but I guess looks can be deceiving" I know, I'm bad.


You are too funny.
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post #9 of 46

I've taken my boy into both TSCs in town here in Michigan.  As long as they're leashed, I don't think they care.

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post #10 of 46

There's a TSC not too far from us that does rescue events and even a vaccination clinics ( I think once a month ) for dogs. I'd just call and ask to be sure though.

Bluemoon


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