Myshala Middleton, J.D. ’10, was featured in an Aug. 16 Baltimore Sun article and video about dog owners who dine out with their four-footed friends.
Middleton, an assistant attorney general in the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, recently adopted an eight-year-old beagle named Lady, whom she described as “laid back.”
“If you’re socializing with friends, why not bring your dog?” she said in the video, which showed her with friend Michelle Wilson and their pups. “Dogs can socialize as well.”
Middleton and Wilson were enjoying an al fresco meal at Belvedere Square in North Baltimore.
A city restaurant owner interviewed by The Sun said he was not bothered by canine visitors.
“Unlike children, most dogs are well-behaved,” he said.
Until May Middleton was an assistant state’s attorney in Baltimore City.
Thanks to Professor Max Oppenheimer for alerting us to the story.