The story in detail
This woman is adamant that Guide Dogs can never be black.
This would have been a wicked comeback
It doesn’t matter if it’s a service dog or not, dogs are allowed on buses in the UK
Black labs matter
“It seems in the past five years, people have become REALLY excited about showing everyone how stupid they are.”
“I would have had the complaining party leave. What a jerk.”
“As ridiculous as it might sound, black cats and dogs are absolutely discriminated against.”
“Black labs are commonly thought of as the smartest color of labs, mostly due to how they put food before everything else.”
“Guide Dogs for the Blind are not only Black and Yellow labs but also Golden Retrievers.”
“I am baffled by where these kinds of stupid ideas even come from?!”
It’s hilarious that the woman is scolding a blind period for having the wrong dog color
Apparently, society's inexplicable preference for lighter-colored pooches leaves their ebony counterparts languishing in shelters. Who knew dogs had to deal with societal biases, too?
Perhaps our Karen wasn't just a one-off but a symptom of a larger societal issue.
Dogs, like people, come in all shades, and the hue of their fur doesn’t define their capabilities. Let's embrace diversity, whether it's in the world of assistance animals or our adoption choices.
Remember, it's not about the color of the fur but the heart that beats beneath it.
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