Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Deal Breaker??? Dating Women w/ Dogs

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So we're sitting in the barbershop chopping it up when a dude walks in with a white Shih Tzu. This has got to be the GIRLIEST of dogs. I mean this dog is so girlie, it had a ponytail on the top of its head. One of the barbers asked the guy, "Who does the dog belong to?" He replied, "It's my girl's. I'm watching it until she gets back from visiting her parents." I know some of you ladies are like, "Awwww, that's so sweet!" Not the fellas! They let him have it. Not because he was helping his girl out, but because he walked in the barbershop with the world's most feminine dog! He could have at least taken the ponytail down. Since I didn't get a cell phone pic, check out the one below.

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That's when the conversation started--dating women with dogs. To my surprise, a lot of these dudes considered this to be a deal breaker. One guy said he'd rather date a woman with a child than a dog. Today, it's becoming very common to meet women who own dogs. Small dogs are the most popular, like Yorkshire Terriers, Shih Tzu, Chihuahua, Cocker Spaniels, and Poodles. Fellas, if she has a Pit Bull she'll probably rob yo' ass when you're asleep. Me personally, I'm allergic to SOME pet dander. I don't break into hives or anything, but if I don't take a Claritin prior, I may sneeze or get itchy eyes. My experiences hadn't been as bad as some of the guys', but I've had some interesting moments.

Girl #1: During our first phone conversation, I heard her dog bark in the background. I said, "I didn't know you owned a dog?" She said,"Own! Do your parents OWN you? You own slaves! _______ is my child." That should have been a red flag. She explained that she had taken the responsibility of becoming the dog's mother because she took him away from his biological mother. HMMM... So, I finally went over to her crib and took a seat with her on the couch when her "SON" walked out, kneeled and stared at me. She told me he wanted to play. At the time, I wasn't interested in playing with the dog, but more interested in playing with her. Then, she accused me of thinking I was too good to rub the dog and that's when the argument started. Last date.

Girl #2: Unlike Girl #1, Girl #2 didn't want me to become the dog's "new father". Regardless, I had a problem with her DOGGY HYGIENE. One day while walking the dog on the dirty streets of D.C.; he took a dump and whizz in the the bushes, then we returned to her apartment. As we walked back into the house, the dog ran passed us into her bedroom. Now after he'd just finished relieving his bowels and bladder outside, he hopped on the bed, then posted up on the pillows. I just thought to myself, "WOW!" In my Tony Toni Tone voice, "I can't lay my head on your pillow, and just relax, relax." I felt she should have at least bathed the dog before she allowed him to run all over her bed. In my opinion, it was the same as me doing the #2, no wipe, and then sitting on my own pillows.

These were just two of my own personal experiences. So, I picked some of the guys from my Facebook friends and asked about their experiences. Some of these dudes are crazy and I will not post their stories in fear of PETA coming after me! Here are four sensible ones that I could use, even though they wanted to remain anonymous.

Anonymous Male #1 (AM1)
I met a woman who seemed nearly perfect: pretty, smart, and sexually-compatible. I'm considering a long-term relationship with her. I hate chillin' at my place all the time because I have a roommate. So, we chill at her place a lot. Her place is cool, but she has two dogs that she allow to sleep on her bed. I asked her if she could keep the dogs outside of her bedroom when we have sex or sleep next to each other; but, she said if she put them outside they'd annoyingly scratch the door and wouldn't stop. I asked her if she could take them to a dog school to learn not to scratch. That seemed to annoy her. She said her dogs were her babies and she didn't want to change them. These were Labs. She has two, but the largest one always sleeps in the same bed with her. Before sex, she would tell the dogs to get off the bed, but then they would go under it and not leave the room.

I don't want to have an erected penis, making love to a woman with a damn dog watching under the bed. I was afraid of him attacking me or something. Plus, I don't want an audience. When I'm in bed with a woman, I want it to be just the two of us. I told her it was the dogs or me. She chose the dogs. She said she didn't have to ever worry about the dogs leaving her for another woman. If dogs are more loyal, why is it that, when men cheat, they call us dogs'?

Anonymous Male #2 (AM2)
I'd rather date a woman with kids than a dog. Why? Because if she has a child and we go on date, she'll find a babysitter for the night or until we return. The girls I've dated with dogs always had to cut our dates short because the dog was home alone or needed walking. My thing was, why the hell can't the dog wait until we finish our date, then you go and walk him. She explained that her dog was on a schedule and she didn't want to break it. With that being said, she could never spend the night at my house because she always had to go and check on the dog. She asked could she bring the dog to my house? I said, "Hell nawl! I don't do pets like that." I'm no Michael Vick, but I hated that damn dog.

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Anonymous Male #3 (AM3)
My girl and I were living together for about two years when she asked if we could get a dog. I thought, "Sure, it's better than [her] asking for a baby." At the time, I didn't know what the hell I had signed up for. After a couple of months, I found myself competing for her attention with the dog. One time we were having sex, and I mean I was laying it down. The dog must have heard her moan and came to the door and started whining. Can you believe this girl stopped and checked on the dog? There have been times she made sure the dog had something to eat before me. Once upon a time, she'd be in the mall and say, "I think this shirt would look nice on my man." Not anymore; it's all about the dog. I think he has more Dallas Cowboy paraphernalia than me. Sometimes I think she surfs the web all day at work just for the dog. Every Easter, she makes a basket for her niece and the dog. Get this, at Christmas, the dog has a stocking and an ornament. One Christmas, her mom invited all of us over for dinner. My girl wanted to bring the dog. Her mom said, "You not about to bring that damn dog around my food." My girl got offended and said she wasn't going. I finally convinced her to go and we all had a good time. It was then that I realized I better hurry up and give this girl a baby before this got out of hand. That Valentines' Day, I proposed; but, guess who gave her the ring? I put it on the dog's collar.

Kevin Sanders (The EXCEPTION)
I never had a dog, but somehow became best friends with my ex's dog. The more I went over, the more he and I spent time together. So, we became "boys" and sometimes we'd even ride out together. I kinda got mad when she got him neutered, though. I thought that meant they were giving him a vasectomy. I didn't know they cut the dog's balls off. That's castration! My boy hadn't been the same since then. Bob Barker says get your pet spayed and neutered. Tell Bob to go to hell!

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I know there are some ladies who feel the same about men with pets as well. Also, every woman who owns a pet is not the same. I have a a lot of friends who take good care of their pets. I would like to close with a question for the ladies as well as the men. Ladies, will you allow your love for your pet to come between you and a potential mate? Fellas, is it really a deal breaker when you meet a woman who owns a pet? Please leave your comments and tune in for the next blog Men vs B.O.B. (Battery Operated Boyfriends).

Thanks for reading,
Marion Kendrick










54 comments:

  1. Good stuff.. glad I said no every time my lady wanted a dog. Funny thing.. none of them ever got a dog when we were not together.

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  2. Not big on pets.........In the bed, that's so unsanitary......not feeling that at all...

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  3. I hate cats and dogs. I am allergic to cats and afraid of dogs. It is a deal breaker.

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  4. dogs lick their annus all the time, they should never be aloud inside the house.

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  5. This is HI-larious... as a dog owner- and of Shih Tzus at that...lol. I would not let them come between my relationship. I've had them since birth, so they are like children- but they are dogs... they have a doggie door, so i'm not cutting my date short for a walk, feeding or anything else, when it's time to get my freak on- they - like the kids must poof & be gone...

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  6. The last girl I dated was crazy about her dog. But she had everything else: smart, sexy, fun, successful, etc. So, I gave it a shot. Never again! She had a nice dog but he was always her priority and I never was. I'm not doing that again. Dog crazy girl = deal breaker.

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  7. Holy cow!!!! I'm not alone! I'll admit, I'm still getting over my ex and the dogs play a big part. I love her dogs.....even got one for her (hanging my head in shame). However, the last year is when I really noticed how much the dogs came first. YES, cutting dates or time w friends short to let the damn dogs out. Screw that!!! She showed the dogs way more affection than me. Said she's just now an affectionate person......but she sure didn't mind letting those little shedding flea bags snuggle up in her bed. Speaking of which, someone mentioned hygiene...... UUUUHHHH!!! Her house has wood floors and its covered in dog hair. Her car is DISGUSTING!!! You absolutely cannot ride in it without getting covered in dog hair. The funny thing is, her personal hygiene is great. She's on of the cleanest and hottest girls I've been with. Her house.....car......bed........by far the dirtiest! When I started to seriously think about marriage, that is one thing that was a deal breaker, if I was honest w myself.
    I read some stories and see where a girl might complain or say the guy is selfish. Ha! I treated this girl like GOLD and helped her w the dogs. I loved them like my own because they did like me a lot. Still, she loved her dogs the most!
    New rule: No chicks with dogs unless an extensive screening shows they won't be a problem

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  8. I just googled, "what's the deal with women and dogs?" and this article came up. A dog is an animal, not a human. If a woman's top reasons for having a dog are loneliness, fear and insecurity -- then she has work to do on herself (and her own expectations) before she can really enjoy any healthy human relationships, let alone relationships with men. Deal Breaker.

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    1. #Facts...couldn't have said it any better

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  9. Woman with a dog = deal breaker every time. One of the first questions I ask when getting to know them. She can be the kindest, hottest most amazing woman, if she's got a dog, I'm running the other way.

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  10. This is great!

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  11. I am so glad I found this article. I'm not alone. I just ended a relationship and a big part of the problem was THE DOGS. I will never consider dating another women with dogs. Life is too short to put up with crazy people no matter how hot they may be.

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    1. I couldn't agree more. I did the same thing and it was because of those damn dogs! Big ugly drooly bulldogs and she had to have them in the kitchen while we ate (drooling at the table) as well as on the couch while we snuggled and in the room farting, snoring, and jumping onto the bed! These were both around 70lbs! Enough with these crazy ass dog people!!!!

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    2. Wow, where did you all find these crazy dog women? lol
      I"m a woman and a very clean one who refused to live in a house with a shedding, smelling, crapping and peeing on the floor type animal. Hell no! hair gets everywhere, no matter what you do, you'll find tiny dog hairs everywhere so of course you know it will be in your food, and god forbid in your private area, and who know what part of the dog those hairs came from! ending my 3 year relationship because of it.

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  12. My girl was the most typical nightmare stereotype dog chick. Dogs in the bed during sex? Check. Dogs on the couch, licking their private area all day so I have to find the dry spot when I want to sit down? Check. Dogs doing 1 and 2 on the floor because they can't aim at the "wee pad"? Check. Thousand dollar vet bill because the dog eats it's own feces and gets diarrhea? Check. My girl calling her middle aged dogs her "babies"? Check. Any standard "reward/punishment" dog training being seen as animal abuse? Check.
    Luckily, I was able to eventually become the man of the house, put the dogs in their place, train them to stay off the couch, sleep in their own area, go to the bathroom outside, and moreover, get my girl to treat the dogs like adult DOGS, and not 1 year old human children. This may be due to the fact that we now actually have two human children that take priority, and that she's legally required to treat better than those animals.

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  13. There are only 3 types of dogs I like; seeing eye dogs, public service dogs (police/fire) and my dog (if I owned one)

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    1. Add to that DEAD DOGS!

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    2. Clearly, you're no gem in the first place. What kind of a sicko wishes a dog was dead. My dog has always loved me and has never let me down. Can you say you've treated the girls in your life that good?

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  14. Guys: Never, ever date, or marry, a woman who owns a dog because YOU will always be second to the dog (or dogs). Also, I have to wonder what sort of dude would want to even touch a woman who delights in picking up dog crap, sleeps with dogs and allows the filthy butt-licking fleabags to lick her in the mouth? There's something sadly wrong with dog-freak women, but there's also something wrong with the men who date and/or marry these dog-obsessed freaks.

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    1. lol, I'm a girl who has struggled to get used to my boyfriend's annoying, shedding, irritating, needy dog, who he calls "baby" (pissed me off because he calls me baby too, not special). It's been three years, I can't see myself living with that! my house will be covered with hair, piss, poo, dog comes first he can never spend the whole weekend at my place, I always have to be the one driving to his place, to spend the whole weekend. I'm tired of it, we're breaking up, because I told him I will never live with a dog in my house.
      On top of the weed and cigarette smoking, I'll leaving his place covered in dog hair and smelling like an old rasta man. So not all girls are dog crazy. I love animals, but no dogs in my house.

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  15. A few years ago, there was a guy in France who was getting it on with his dog-freak girlfriend and her little yap dog jumped up onto the bed and chomped down on his erect "member" sending him to the hospital with serious injuries. Remember this before you date a girl who owns a dog, or give in to your wife or girlfriend when she suggests getting a dog. And think about this: What if it had been a pit bull instead of a yap dog?!

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    1. What about these idiot women who own 2 or 3 dogs all larger than her (bull mastiffs) ... they can kill both of us.

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  16. I'm glad I found this blog. It's good to know I'm not alone. As a single man I've learned not to date a women with dogs. I've put a link to this blog on my blog.... www.NoDogsInMyBed.blogspot.com

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  17. Must love dogs or it's a deal breaker!

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    1. Must not own dogs or its a deal breaker! :)

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    2. You're only making yourself single for the rest of your life. But look at the bright side, you can fuck your dog.

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  18. Don't forget the cats. I had a beautiful 7 year relationship destroyed because many moons ago, when I did not know better, I agreed to help my girlfriend pick out a kitten from a momma cat a few blocks away. That kitten changed my girlfriend into somebody I did not even know immediately. She became obsessed with it. Dogs go to sleep at night, cats are nocturnal. When you're ready to close your eyes for a good night sleep, that cat has just drank three shots of espresso and is ready to play and hone in his hunting skills on anything that remotely moves in that bed. I had my toes wacked repeatedly, even if my Johnson got hard that was fair game as well. To make a long story short, a month later after that kitten arrival, we broke up. She tried to reconcile many times, but I was done. My theory is women go into hyper mommy mode when these animals enter their lives and your existence becomes a hindrance to her bonding with her new animal. On my Match.Com profile, the very first paragraph states: "If you own any animals, I am not suitable for you." Never will I date any woman with so much as a gold fish ever again.

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    1. that's sad. I don't understand people who allow an animal to ruin their relationship. I"m a girl by the way. I would never let that happen

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  19. It's a good thing these men said no over dogs, because if they went to the next base (have a child,) then there's a breakup bound to happen. Dogs are companions and I have 2 of them that I would choose over the most beautiful woman that says it would be a deal breaker.

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  20. Comparing dogs to raising a child is very disturbing actually remind me of an dog loving ex of mine... These are two very different things. Having and raising your own child with someone you love is part of human instinct/evolution and has been around for well over 2million years since the dawn of homo sapiens and primates. Humans have an instinct to look after there young and care for them same with any other creature. Owning a dog as a pet is something humans have introduced into society in the last 5,000 years give or take. A dog is an animal not a human... Not all people treat dogs like humans so get over it...

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  21. First of all this was freaking hilarious. Thanks, I needed a good laugh :) The pictures and stories, and comments yeahh ;) I have owned a kitten who I trained to walk on a leash and was training her to use the toilet. My kitty was awesome! She is really sweet, then I met a man and he didn't really warm up to her. I ended up moving, and had my family taking care of my cat due to not having the money needed for a pet fee in my new place, and having allergies. My relationship took off and over the course of 2 years I noticed my man not getting his hands too dirty, not wanting to pet other pets in various experiences, or anything. My cat got sick and I took her back and cared for her til she died :*( Best spirit I have ever met yet in this life. Warrior Angel Ashley. Long story short I missed her alot on all the times she was so funny, loving, and worth all the care provided. I'm thinking of getting a dog and never had one before. After doing some research and reading this shit I think most definitely I am gonna get me a dog. It will rule out all the man pussy out there in the world, cuz everyone but the user Justin is 100% a straight up MITCH, man bitch :) Grow a pair and learn some god-damn compassion and quit thinking with your dick if you want something other than herpes and the only thing you have to shake is your salt and peppered loose balls when you're 50 and all alone. Having a dog is like having a child in the sense that a child takes LIFELONG responsibility. Since I am a mother and a beautiful intelligent woman I can see the spineless "men" of the world out there that confuse dick for brain. The feminine spirit is naturally nurturing, compassionate, and not-self centered which is why we are able to endure gestation and birth life into the world. If it is a deal breaker without children involved I would like to see what would happen if you had a child, or a special needs child, or someone in their family with a disability. Americans love to live in fantasy and are so deluded from reality its a real fuckery. Thanks for reminding me why I keep my circle small and my vagina nice and tight ;)

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    1. Another self centered delusional 'all powerful compassionate woman of the earth' NONSENSE. Brainwashed idiot who can't keep a family together. AKA victim of mind control and feminism.

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    3. Feminine spirit BS again! If anyone`s deluded its your type of thinking that how you treat a dog and a human should be the same. Its the people that confuse that basic concept that end up alone, of course they don`t see themselves as alone they have their fur baby, and its loyal and doesn`t judge you. Well if a dog could think like a human it probably would leave because you are one egotistical moron, but it can`t because its a DOG. Btw giving birth doesn`t make you special its basic biology and your confusing your vagina for wisdom

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  22. Anonymous,
    My guess is it is pretty damn easy for you to keep your VA-J-J nice and tight because from an outsider perspective I'm thinking you may be a man hater!

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  23. Some of these stories are flat out insane! During my single years, I don't think I ever really got involved with any woman who owned a dog. About a year or so after I got married, me and my wife got a dog that we've now had for 7 years. Thankfully, me and her are on the same page regarding his behavior and what not. He is not allowed on our furniture, we do not feed him our food, and we damn sure aren't trying to take him every single place we go. We love him, but at the same time, he's a dog, not a person.

    Visit any dog related website and you will see how people lose touch with reality when it comes to dogs.

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  24. Great article. here in Canada, it's typically a divorced or separated woman in her 30s or 40s with a kid or 2 and at least 2 dogs that are each larger than the woman. They will fight to the end for their dogs but let their spouse , husband, boyfriend die drowning. No joke. I call it bestiality when a woman sleeps with a dog, even if it's not Sexual. It is intimate and disgusting. The first night over a this womans house recently and she acted like I was the one with the problem when I entered her bed which was full of sand and grit, mud and blood from the female dog who was dripping fresh period juice all over. The woman laughed like it was fun. It was one of the most neurosis invoking moments I have ever felt. I cocooned my naked body in the only clean looking sheet I could find and just slept until morning as I could not even describe to her how wrong the situation was. No we did not have sex .. I started kissing her and when when she started moaning , the fucking dogs (2 bull mastifs) who at this point were NOT on the bed came running back to the door which I convinced her to close, and the male sounded like a police officer breaking down a door. Like really. And I'm the one who's crazy.

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    1. Dude, that sounds disgusting as hell. Sorry, but there is no way in hell my dog will ever share a bed with me and my wife. Let some people tell it, I'm being mean and cruel by not letting my dog sleep with us. Oh well, that's their issue, not mine.

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  25. Women with dogs signal just one thing: dysfunction. Doesn't matter what breed. In no other culture in history have so many women kept dogs. Women being utterly solipsistic, it's no surprise their favored breeds bespeak their personalities.

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  26. Women with dogs signal just one thing: dysfunction. Doesn't matter what breed. In no other culture in history have so many women kept dogs. Women being utterly solipsistic, it's no surprise their favored breeds bespeak their personalities.

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  27. I have been trying to date a guy who has a basset hound. Very cute dog but I can't stand going over to his house and getting covered in dog hair. The dog has to be in the bedroom when we're being intimate. It's not working for me at all. I have dark furniture and cherry wood floors and whenever he talks about bringing his dog over I get panicky. I love not having animal hair on my things, love not having piss and crap remnants in my back yard, and do not want my floors scratched. I also have a loft bed and he said that *when* he spends the night that we have to sleep in another room (as in one of my kids' beds) so that his dog, whom he plans to bring with him, can be close to him. Um...not gonna happen. I would never sleep with a guy in one of my kids' beds. He also said he will always have a basset hound so there is no end in sight. I have kids and realize not everyone wants to date someone with kids, but at least they grow up, don't shed and don't crap in the yard. A dog is like a perpetual toddler who then becomes geriatric and even more high maintance at the end. I never thought a dog would be the reason I'd break it off with someone but I am planning to end it because we are just fundamentally too incompatible in this area for it to work.

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  28. I just had to add my story to this thread. I met a girl in grad school and we started dating. Everything was amazing. She was everything I wanted in a woman. We had to do the long distance thing for a bit after graduation and while we were living apart she got a dog in spite of my begging her to wait. I felt like if we were going to get a dog, we should at least wait until we lived together so we could raise it together. Well, she couldn't wait and got a boxer and from that day, everything changed. She acted like this dog was her child and became far more concerned with her dogs needs than my own. The dog was allowed to sleep in the bed until I put my foot down. Whenever we would get intimate the dog would stare and watch or scratch and whimper at the door. Complete intimacy killer. We ended up breaking up because she chose the dog over me. Wonderful learning experience. Won't date another dog owner, ever. Love reading the other stories on here. Makes me feel like I'm not alone!

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    1. This is precisely why dating a woman with a dog is suicide. You will NEVER be #1 in their life. They are trying to fill the void in their life of not having a man with a dog. Personally, I'd rather have a good woman in my bed than a smelly, loud, hair shedding mutt. Pets should only be considered AFTER 2 people have been living together and have discussed it and agree on it, together. News Flash: Ladies, not EVERYONE likes dogs!!!! Some of us are Cat people or, have allergies or don't care for pets in the home. I wish there was a dating site for those of us who don't care for dogs or have allergies and can't have pets. Also, why is it that women always post pictures of their dogs on dating websites?? We're not interested in dating your DOG!! And, we don't care how many places around the World you've visited. Whip-de-do! Sorry, off topic there for a second. But, yes. Bottom line: Don't expect guys to "Love" your dog just because you do. Not everyone likes slobber, stink, shedding hair all over, loud barking, and overall, high maintenance of the care of the animal. If that's you, fine. But, don't expect us to like it, too.

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  29. I just had to add my story to this thread. I met a girl in grad school and we started dating. Everything was amazing. She was everything I wanted in a woman. We had to do the long distance thing for a bit after graduation and while we were living apart she got a dog in spite of my begging her to wait. I felt like if we were going to get a dog, we should at least wait until we lived together so we could raise it together. Well, she couldn't wait and got a boxer and from that day, everything changed. She acted like this dog was her child and became far more concerned with her dogs needs than my own. The dog was allowed to sleep in the bed until I put my foot down. Whenever we would get intimate the dog would stare and watch or scratch and whimper at the door. Complete intimacy killer. We ended up breaking up because she chose the dog over me. Wonderful learning experience. Won't date another dog owner, ever. Love reading the other stories on here. Makes me feel like I'm not alone!

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  30. I've dated five women who all had various breeds of dog. One girl - I should say woman, as she was 29 at the time - had a mut and that dog was her baby. We had a trip planned to the mountains, just the two of us, but her dog sitter backed out last minute and we had to cancel, I even suggested we bring the dog, trying to be accepting but wasn't having it. She would talk in a baby voice to the dog, then show it copious amounts of affection, of which she did not show me. One night I succumbed and said she could stay over and bring the dog with her. First thing it does when I let it inside is round fast as it can around my house, then up the steps, and all through the upstairs before curling up on my bed, leaving a pile of hair behind. Did she care? NOPE. She was laughing and saying how funny is her dog! WTF. We were invited to a bonfire that same night so we got in my truck and I made room in the back seat for the dog only to hear my gf say, "she gets sick in the back seat and has to sit up front." Well it's a two door truck extended cab, so there I am with this huge dog sitting scrunched between us, smelling and shedding.

    We get to the bonfire and she shirks her dog duties onto me! "Here hold my dog" and then proceeds to get a beer and chill out! At this point I'm getting pissed off and she can tell. We go back to my house, the dog runs around again, and then it has to sleep in the same room as us, snoring, the entire night. This is just one story. The other four women weren't any better. Another girl had a small dog that loved to jump on the bed in the middle of the night. After several nights of this I got really pissed at being woken up again as the dog jumped on us then walked over me several times to snuggle down in between us. She wasn't pleased that I was upset and said in no uncertain terms, "I am not changing how I treat my dog or what I allow it do!" which was in response to my request to shut the door so the dog was kept out of the bedroom. If you women love your dogs so damn much why don't you marry it!

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  31. Great stories. My exgf got a dog while we were dating...and of course didn't tell me. Just got a text saying "I got a dog!!!" and I knew I was in trouble. It was a brainless rescue little chihuahua mutt...it shit on the floor, pissed on her bed, jumped on the dinner table. She couldn't stay at my house because of "her son"...but I put my foot down real quick. Tried one night with that dog in the bed...between her fucking snoring (loud) and that little bastard squeezing between us, I got no sleep. I told her, no fucking dog in the bedroom, pick him or me. She sort of picked me. But...when I wasn't there, she let him sleep in the bed. Wouldn't train the dog properly or walk him enough, she he shit everywhere, ate the rug, barked and annoyed the neighbors...good God, what a nightmare.

    And I hear you guys on trying to get keep your wood while some annoying little mutt is scratching at the door. Biggest...boner...killer...ever. One night after we made some seriously great love (I made the little mutt sit in his bed in the living room, then put on some music) she said "I need to let him now, he needs some love" and I said "you didn't work today, spent all day with the dog...I worked all day at work, have barely spent 2 hours with you and now you want to drag him in here? WTF?". She insisted...so when the dog came in...I got dressed and said "see ya!" and left.

    Guys and gals...never, ever put up with this bullshit! In my story we broke up (not just because of her mutt but he was a major factor). Months later, we got back together and she had given the dog up which I thought was great...but it still wasn't enough because instead of taking responsibility for her life, this girl had spent most of it caring for dogs and running away from responsibility.

    If she (or he) is that obsessed over the animal...trust me...even if the animal dies or goes away...the underlying issue is still there! And you never know when you'll come home and see her sitting there with another "fur baby" (fuck that shit!)...it demonstrates a lack of impulse control, a delusional mind and a complete lack of respect and concern for those close to them.

    Humans will always...ALWAYS come first in my social circles. Fuck the dogs (well not literally, but I'm sure some of these nutcases have thought about doing it!).

    I may be single...but my life is good...and NO...DAMN...DOGS! :)

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    1. This is precisely why dating a woman with a dog is suicide. You will NEVER be #1 in their life. They are trying to fill the void in their life of not having a man with a dog. Personally, I'd rather have a good woman in my bed than a smelly, loud, hair shedding mutt. Pets should only be considered AFTER 2 people have been living together and have discussed it and agree on it, together. News Flash: Ladies, not EVERYONE likes dogs!!!! Some of us are Cat people or, have allergies or don't care for pets in the home. I wish there was a dating site for those of us who don't care for dogs or have allergies and can't have pets. Also, why is it that women always post pictures of their dogs on dating websites?? We're not interested in dating your DOG!! And, we don't care how many places around the World you've visited. Whip-de-do! Sorry, off topic there for a second. But, yes. Bottom line: Don't expect guys to "Love" your dog just because you do. Not everyone likes slobber, stink, shedding hair all over, loud barking, and overall, high maintenance of the care of the animal. If that's you, fine. But, don't expect us to like it, too.

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  33. Wow, glad to see I'm not the only one with the same opinion.

    I've grown up with a lab my entire life (3 of them) that were always outdoor dogs. Played with them every day, but they were never allowed inside except for a few times. They were only allowed in the living room and kitchen (parents trained them really well).

    Fast forward to 2 years after college. I've been dating a girl for almost 4 years and she just decided to get a Golden Retriever. She knows that I don't like indoor dogs, especially hairy ones. Her parents have 2 Goldens and I can't stand going there and having dogs jump all over me and leaving covered in hair.

    My gf just got her own house and golden (indoor dog too), even after I told her I wasn't a big fan. We used to go over to each other's places equally, but now I ALWAYS have to go over to her place because she doesn't want to leave the dog. So when I go over to her place now the first thing that hits you is the smell of a dirty dog living in the house. She lets it on the couch and it sleeps in her bedroom, hair is everywhere!

    All her affection is for the dog now and I'm lucky if I get a kiss (with her dog licked lips). What really did it for me was when I was staying with her for a week. She came home and I was waiting at the door with dinner made. She comes in the door and gets on the floor to hug and kiss the dog for a minute or two. Gets up, says hey to me, no hug no kiss, just "how was your day?"

    I've thought I might need to cut this relationship off, but after reading some of these stories I think my hunch that things won't change are confirmed. I can't stand having to plan everything around a dog and I'm definitely #2 in her life. It's a shame, but in 6 months her dog has completely changed our relationship.

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  35. I am a woman (sorry "ask a man" but have been down the road with a man with a dog). As a child we had an outdoor dog. She was only allowed in one room in the house. We lived in a very wide open area with grass, trees and woods. My Mom would wash that dog in the driveway with a garden hose and soap at least twice a week. No city germs, just dust from running around outdoors. We played with the dog outside and all the kids in the neighborhood played with the dog too. The dog was not allowed on the furniture and stayed in one room of our large house only. She had her own little bed just inside this one room.
    When we moved away from that house and all went off to live on our own, a farmer in the area took the dog. She was a lovely pet for us kids and when she lived on the farm there were other animals for her to play with. The few vacations we went on were to camping grounds if pets were allowed. If no pets were allowed, a neighbor watched the dog while we were gone.
    This was more of a family and agricultural experience. The dog did not come to the barbershop, the store, on a train, to my grandparents apartment, to - anywhere.
    No one had to be home to walk the dog or watch the dog if we went out for the
    day. There was always an indoor shelter on the property the dog could acces if the weather was bad. Our lives did not revolve around the dog except that she had to be fed.
    Dating a single person with a dog is nothing like having a childhood pet that is basically an outdoor animal that your mom feeds - just like she feeds the kids. The dog had lots of property to run around and did not have to be tied up, penned in, walked or picked up after (she went in the woods).
    No one would ever think of bringing the dog to a visit in someone else's home - ever.
    Adult people who make a dog their top priority are not dating material as far as I am concerned. It is nice to have a childhood pet in a rural area, but when you become a single adult and live in a city, placing a pet's needs before that of your boyfriend or girlfriend can stand in the way of the relationship between the 2 people. I will not sleep on hair covered sheets or have a dog in the bedroom with me. I dated a man with a dog and could not stay at his apartment AT ALL. He always stayed at my place and would drop the dog off with his parents. Honestly, I did not like the whole arrangement. We could never plan any activity without considering what would happen with the dog.
    I know he loved that dog, but as a practical matter I would never date a man with a dog again.
    We split up (for other reasons), but we remained friendly. He called me when his dog died a few years later. He was very sad and we got together, had some dinner and talked. Later on he told me that as long as he continued to live in an apartment and hold a job, he would not get another dog. He felt it was a big responsibility for him and also a hinderance to him dating and traveling. He was really spending an inordinate amount of his free time with the dog. He realized it was not the same as when he was a child. He also grew up in an open area where the animals could roam around outdoors and did not have to be walked or penned in. When there are lots of kids or other animals around it is different than living singly as a working adult with a pet in an apartment.

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