It is required that dogs are no longer allowed in bunnings after a “traumatic” fatal mule attack

An unbridled pit bull attacked and killed a smaller animal in the garden area of ​​the Bunnings store in Stafford, north Brisbane, Sunday afternoon

The incident sparked outrage on social media Some customers wondered why other pets are allowed in the hardware chain as assistance dogs

“Our team reminded the owner of our business guidelines before entering the store,” he said in a statement to 7NEWScomau

“We have reached out to the other owner to offer assistance and our thoughts are with them

Dogs are welcome in Bunnings stores across the country However, according to company policy, animals must be “friendly” and safely secured or carried in a vehicle or cart, on a leash and with a snout

During a discussion about Sunrise, broadcaster Justin Smith lashed the owner of the unpublished pit bull that killed the smaller pet

“It would be a real shame to ban any dog ​​and punish any owner for just being an idiot,” he said

“You go there on the weekends and take your dog with you because it’s a nice day”

“Banjo is running around and all the staff are wonderful to him,” she said of her beloved Labrador

There is even a Facebook page called “Dogs of Bunnings” which, according to the bio, is dedicated to “the beautiful dolls wandering through Bunnings hallways”

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