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Ever wonder how often dogs pee on your food at your local Walmart?

Actually, a lot less than I thought, but still I'm going to visit a few more local Walmart's with my new 100 LED Pet Urine Detector.

Most of what I saw was just sticker residue but there were a few areas that I'll never buy from again. Stay away from the bottom shelves of isles containing rice, flour, sugar and the entire bottom shelf of baby food...not sure why, but they like to spray there.

I'm all for working service dogs allowed in food sections but that should be it. According to a Port Saint Lucie Flordia Walmart, they aren't even allowed to ask the owner if their dog is a service dog. Seems new laws allowing comfort dogs to be classified as service dogs, allowing any dog at any time to go anywhere with its owner.

Personally, I have seen a huge increase in the number of dogs in Walmart during the past couple of years and have witnessed man best friend pissing on very expensive baby formula...and the worst part, the dog's owner doing nothing about it. Somebody needs to do something about this today.

Well, I sort of did something about it, I got my self a Dog Pee Detector with a 100 led light array and like I said before, there was actually allot less dog pee on food than I thought, but still, I'm not sure an entire isle drenched in dog piss is a good anything.

I love dogs and Walmart, but I don't want pee on my food, I realize that maybe the price for low prices and dried pee is safe to eat...buyt really?? More to follow...

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technical note: I had this looked at and like I said, most areas were just old sticker residue, but there were many isles that clearly show the mark of a male dog spraying his area from the bottom shelf up to product...and in most cases, from shelf to just a few drops on top of the product! (this means the food item, such as a bag flour, sugar, baby formula, was already purchased and we're seeing the product behind it) Don't believe me? Look for yourself and even better, call your local Walmart and ask them if they can say for sure there is no dog pee on the baby food?

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