Khuly has a veterinary practice which serves an exclusive clientele of amoral lying nincompoops. We know this because she spends a lot of time blogging and in virtually every post she includes an experience she recently had with one of her clients lying or being a nincompoop.
Last year, Khuly wrote about her plan to call her illegal pit bull mix a service dog to circumvent the Miami-Dade pit bull ban. In the original post she writes very clearly and precisely that yes she will call her pit a service dog, but when she found herself struck by a shit storm of angry emails in which khuly rained down hard upon her, she first blamed her critics for putting the illegal pit bull's life in jeopardy, and then deftly used the classic 5th grade retort, "I was only joking."
She decided to leave the topic alone because "though I believe it worthy of continued discussion, and the issue undoubtedly deserves a higher profile as a trend that must be addressed, the fact remains: once insulted, any given community can be really, really unforgiving...despite any well-meaning clarifications."
See what she did there? She shifted the blame from her outrageous, illegal proposition to the supposedly inflexible reactions of service dog owners. I do not know how this woman got a degree; there is only so much blame you can lay at the feet of your fetal pig before you just start to look silly.
Despite swearing off further posting on the fake service dog issue, compelling reasons have brought her back. First, she saw other people doing exactly what she threatened to do in her blog: pass their dog off as a service dog. And, second, she happened across one of the hundreds of articles condemning the same issue.
The gist of her new article is that the growing problem of service dog scamming is a sign that pet owners are not willing to accept the status quo and they are fighting back. Since we want to take our dogs everywhere, we obviously should be allowed to do so without being forced to break the law. Pet owners should not and will no longer stand for "dogless dining," being relegated to "the smallest parks and the crummiest beaches," and being "regarded as pariahs by the transportation industry." Oh, and then she slips pit bull bans or as she calls it, "right to death legislation" as one of the justifications for "revolting."
See what she did there? She came back and said she was justified for calling her pit bull a service dog - she is just one of the many who are lifting up their voices and saying "we're not going to take it anymore" by going out and breaking the law.
Don't be fooled by the last sentence in which she suddenly distinguishes people who are "revolting" against unfair laws from the "ethically challenged" and "just plain ignorant" service dog scammers. The only revolt she mentions in the article is service dog scamming.
Khuly will always be Khuly!