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My husband had 2 dogs before we ever got together, when we finally moved in together the dogs stayed at his parents.....over the summer both of those dogs died and it was very hard for him to deaL with it.....Before the young dog died he bred to a lab down the road.....Brandon brought one of these puppies home months ago and it has been in the house every since....Keep in mind that I love in a trailor and this is a Lab/golden retriever mix dog....Now that the baby is here I really dont want this dog in my house....is it fair that i tell him that we have to get rid of it? there is no way that we can put the dog outside bc we cant have any outside animals.....please let my know bc it is driving me crazy!!!!!!!
i know lots of ppl have dogs that live in trailers....yeah im sure its a tight fit.....but i dont think that is a reason to just get rid of a dog....i dont think its fair to ask him to get rid of that dog im sure he's really attached to it being that it is a puppy of one of his dogs that died....i would feel so bad asking him to get rid of the dog
I posted in a hurry, sorry! When I say get rid of I dont mean literally....His dad lives on a huge farm so I want to take Daisy there that way she can be out and run all the time.........He really cares about her but dnt really have the time that he did before....but since i posted he brought this up to me and he is going to take her there tomorrow! our kids r at his dads during the day while i work so they will still get to see and play with her....thanks for the advice!