So, apparently, one of my dogs had a Twitter account and a video of one of my dog’s antics. It all went viral and resulted in the second dog being banned from using Twitter.
The trouble is that it was a joke account and was just too funny to have been true. I’m not saying this was the case with the last one because there were definitely other factors at play, but it’s certainly something that would’ve been a bit out of line with the usual “funny” things going on.
While the fact that a Twitter account was used for a joke is no small concern, I think the issue is far more relevant to the fact that my dog was just being a dog. I got a call from the local police when I saw the first video and was told that I should let them know if I had any more issues with my dog. I also got a call from my vet.
The police told us that they are aware of the situation but are not going to intervene because there is “no evidence.” My vet told me that he did not know that there was such a thing. He also told me that he is no longer allowed to have my dog as a vet.
The police’s statements are not in line with the requirements of the city’s code. Not all dogs are allowed to be kept as pets but for all the puppies and dogs in the city, the code only requires that the animal be kept with someone who has a pet license. The problem is that the police may be in the wrong. Dogs are not pets. They’re not just a thing you throw in the back of the car for food or a pet for your kids.
The city of New York has a strict code on keeping pets. Apparently that applies to dogs, too. In fact, the same code applies to all of the pets in the city of New York, even those who are not pets but who simply live with their owners. The code states that all pets, even those living with their owners, must be kept in kennels or enclosed areas.
According to this article, the NYPD is apparently enforcing the code. The first time I heard about this, I assumed, correctly, that it was a prank. The second time I heard about it, I assumed it was because the police department doesn’t have a dog.
I think the best way to describe it is that its probably an attempt to make this whole thing look like a joke.
I have not been following any of the news stories regarding this, but it seems like the NYPD is trying to ban all dog owners from having their pets inside. This is supposedly due to a new law that was recently passed that requires dogs to be microchipped and all dogs to be registered for health reasons.
While most of the news stories about this ban have been more or less positive, it does raise the question of how the dogs that are banned can actually get off Deathloop. The problem is that you cannot take your dog off Deathloop’s island. The only way to get your pet off the island is to take it for a blood test. But the blood test is expensive, so the dogs will most likely not be able to afford it.