What's Up With That?: Provisions For Pets In Bronxville

Can old dogs learn new tricks?

Seems like the owners of located on Kraft Ave. in Bronxville are up to their old tricks again, putting on display yet another jab at Eagles Quarterback Michael Vick.

Their previous window dressing had a large black dog with a Michael Vick jersey draped in it's mouth, as if the dog had recently been fed the QB for lunch.

Now, Provisions for Pets has done it again, this time a smaller white dog can be seen, about to perhaps relieve itself all over Michael Vick's jersey, but wait, who is that miniature figure lying down on the jersey, well it's none other than Michael Vick himself!

Dog lovers in the village had a good chuckle out of the window display and for Laurie Easton who lives in Yonkers, she said it made her day.

"He gets what he deserves and this guy is lucky he is still allowed to play football, make millions and be on television," snickered Easton.

Perhaps Eagles fans may disagree with her comments, nonetheless, next time your in the area of Kraft Ave. be sure and check out the display.

What's your opinion? Is this window display in bad taste? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Josh Semendoff December 29, 2011 at 01:26 PM
If a person commits a crime and is then punished and serves his time, should he have to then be subject to a lifetime of backlash? Personally I don't have an answer but am curious as to what other people think.
max mcGrath December 29, 2011 at 03:12 PM
simple...as guaranteed by the Constitution ..it's called free speech... Obama doesn't like it that's why he set up "Attack Watch" on the White House Web site, But we still have the Constitution for awhile.
Nancyelizabeth Green December 30, 2011 at 08:17 PM
(vick and backlash) if the "crime" involved incredible brutality and torture to innocents; HELL YES! also, please recall, he was caught, and then was forced to stop the electrocuting, drowning etc. HE NEVER HAD REMORSE FOR TORTURING! No remorse, no let up up of backlash. He has been diagnosed as a sociopath, therefore, he is a forever danger to society. Take his PR people away, and he will re offend. He cannot help himself, sociopaths are not capable of reform. He has no empathy for another's pain, only his own comforts. ( See Dr. randall Lockwood, who testifies at animal cruelty cases.) This is a human void of conscience.
Tara Green January 17, 2012 at 07:44 PM
That would work if he had done time for the animals he abused and killed. He didn't. He did tome for gambling. Also, if a person rapes a child (in other words, heaps unspeakable abuse on a living soul who is powerless in the world), and then serves their time, should he have to then be subjected to a lifetime of backlash? I suspect so.
Nina January 18, 2012 at 02:21 AM
I'd like to see him suffer the same torture he inflicted on those poor dogs. He deserves to be shot (I mean tortured to death slowly).


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