I entered Vons store located on Clairemont Dr, San Diego on W/we at 430pm.
As I gathered vegetables, a woman walked in with her dog on leash. Dog was not wearing any identification reflecting a service dog. She walked past the employee who stands at aisle 8, instructing guests to the next available check out station. He did nothing.
I was in another aisle, where a woman had her small dog in the cart. Again, dog did not have any identification of service dog.
I then ran into a 3rd woman whose dog was in a cart. This dog wore an identification is service dog. The cart was lined with a blanket, which the dog sat in.
What are the california laws regarding animals in the store? I thought they passed a law that forbids animals who are not a service animal from entering.
Are you breaking a law? If so, shame on von's for breaking a law and allowing animals to possibly contaminate a store that sells food for consumption.