“Dog causes reaction and kills 3 patients”
@supahotfiya, dogs arent allowed because they raise infection rates
@supahotfiya, my thoughts exactly
@supahotfiya, if they’re that weak get them outta the gene pool. The goodbois need to be with their hoomans
@supahotfiya, meh it’s only people call me back when it kills a dog then I’ll care
@supahotfiya, something similar happened to the hospital I worked at. There was one room where the family has snuck in a cat with a litter box and a glad aquarium with 2 leopard geckos in ur. All risks aside, they were kinda cool.
Yes let's bring in lots of outside bacteria.
@DandyZombie35, better keep kids out then
@AdMae91, I mean minimum contact is a thing for a reason. I love my dogs back home and kids are great but when you have other people nearby who could be harmed with introduction of weird bacteria you shouldn't prioritize yourself.
Some hospitals already allow this after they check if anyone else is allergic and no one is neutropenic/immunosuppressed. Fück everyone else though, right?
Because that’s what real Family does
@DrSin, *Vin Diesel intensifies*
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, “its all about family”
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, ease off that throttle on that charger there
@SuperStockDiesel, @InsaneAnimeCleavage, @DrSin, @megamanx181x, TOGETHER APES STRONG
I love it when a plan comes together
1 you dont have to sneak them in hospitals have no right to stop you or ask to know if it's a service dog. So you can lie. And the bacteria thing is not bad trust me, hospitals bleach way to much and we have created super bacteria.
@leon3847, state by state basis but in WA state yes, they CAN ask if it is a service dog (and what it can perform). And if you lie then you are a scum that does a disservice to actual people who rely on actual service animals.
@AdMae91, this is true I should have said in CO.
I just walked in carrying my gmas weenie dog when she was in the hospital last year. You better be a lot bigger than me to stop this from happening cuz asking polite wasn’t gonna work.