Thursday, May 7, 2009

Petition For University Professor’s Dog Fails

It looks like Bill Palmer a professor from Marshall University in Huntington, W. Va., won’t be taken his Labrador Retriever named Nemo to school anymore. After all the work that was done by the students though a petition to allow Bill’s dog to go to school was knocked down.

It’s kind of funny that the University’s Chief of Staff Bill Bissett was against this petition, maybe because he was bitten once before.
Bill Bissett said; I'm sure many of us would like to take our animals to work, but this is a place where we have to think of the public good. You would think that after Bissett who has taken his dog for the last five to six years he would have been grandfathered in. What is this world coming to?

Read the article by Bill Rosenberger here.

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