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Why does the media not follow up with a tragedy like this that happened at a local business? They call and speak with the corporate spokesperson and take her word over what is actually happening. Lowe's should also take responsibility for this tragedy as there are not signs posted in front of every building saying that Lowe's does not allow pets inside, in fact those signs were only posted after a company memo went out telling them to post those signs. As well it is the Store Manager's responsibility to talk to customers with pets in the store, and I have been a Manager at Lowe's and that doesn't happen. The sad part is the family of this child has no clue that the Store Managers in Murrieta, and Menifee have told their associate's that they will continue to let animals in the building even after this tragedy, all while the corporate office sits and tells lies to the media, nice job Lowe's way to be part of the community and care about your customers, what a joke, and shame on the media for really digging in and getting the truth out. 
DB January 09, 2014 at 06:48 PM
Sound like a disgruntled former employee (aka fired) to me.....good luck being taken serious......
Alek J Hidell January 09, 2014 at 07:52 PM
I myself have seen these strutting fools walking their dogs inside Lowe's. Only you like your smelly, filthy dog. Keep it at your smelly, filthy home..
JOANNA BECKTEL January 13, 2014 at 12:39 AM
I must say that if a dog has a history of having bitten a person or a child in the past I think that dog will continue to be trouble. I had a dog that I loved as a family dog bite my 15 month old daughter many years ago and I had that dog put down. I don't care how much training a dog has had after that animal bite someone. I would never ,ever trust that dog again. I love dogs and I own 3 myself now. But a dog with a history should not be allowed to do it again and have this passed on to some other idiot. Just to save a dog. There are way to many good or great dogs out there that need a loving home. JG
Paul R Miles January 13, 2014 at 11:48 PM
Agree, dogs don't belong in stores. Don't care what Lindsey thinks. Fact, ANYTHING with teeth can bite. To say all dogs are filthy and smelly and all dog owners live in smelly filthy homes is narrow minded to the point of retardation.
Jerry Thomaston January 16, 2014 at 09:40 PM
DB, sounds like your one of the Manager's at the local Lowe's stores, got something to hide? I'm not disgruntled at all, in fact it was my choice not to work for the company any longer, I saw alot of horrible people making bad choices like the choice to continue to let pets like the dog that bit this little girl into the stores, why continue to tell your employee's to let it happen? You should be held personally responsible for an injury caused in your building, when you have the chance to prevent it. I love pets and have dogs but if a business did not want my pet inside, I would continue to shop their.


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