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By NotTHATbad - / Saturday 19 November 2016 17:26 /
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By  InfiniteSunshine  |  32

I actually think she lost both here. What she did is awful and shows she's just vindictive and petty. She resorts to revenge tactics, instead of expressing her feelings and talking about them like an adult, that's incredibly unhealthy. I've met children more mature than that. This is just so gross, I'd get new pillows.

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By  Migole  |  36

Yeah, you need to have serious talk about hygiene and personal boundaries. But why do you even have a dog who is old enough to be sexually active and not fixed? That's irresponsible pet ownership.

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  PancakeSlap  |  23

Having a fixed animal does not make you a responsible pet owner.

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  PancakeSlap  |  23

I'm simply saying fixing an animal is not the only way to prevent breeding.

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  GhostFox  |  33

It's not just a matter of preventing breeding. Dogs- both males AND females in my experience- get more aggressive the longer they go unfixed. Female dogs have their risk of reproductive cancer increased for every heat they go into without being fixed. Male dogs have their risk of reproductive cancer increase for every year past sexual maturity they go unfixed. Both genders have increased risk of hormone issues as they age without being fixed. Not to mention it can literally only take ten minutes of your dog being unattended for them to find or be found by a dog of the opposite sex and the female to end up pregnant. So, yes, getting your dog fixed IS inherently more responsible, because it is being proactive instead of having to go "whoops, I let my little dude get the neighbor's dog pregnant, guess I'll play dumb" or "whoops, I let my little gal get pregnant, I better start looking for places to dump the puppies once they're born." It's the same logic as to why using a condom to prevent getting an STD is smarter than getting an STD and having to go through medical treatment for it. One is inherently more responsible because you take steps to keep the event from happening instead of just cleaning up the mess.

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  PancakeSlap  |  23

#16 I agree, I just don't think it's very fair to assume OP, or anyone, isn't a responsible a responsible pet parent simply by if the dog is fixed or not. Obviously fixing an animal depends on the situation as #22 stated. I'm not saying every dog should be fixed or shouldn't be fixed.

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And you're arrogant for calling someone irresponsible for not having a pet fixed. Maybe they just don't want to, maybe they eventually want to breed him or maybe they can't afford it and there aren't any vets in their area that do free or reduced spay/neuter clinics.

By  InfiniteSunshine  |  32

I actually think she lost both here. What she did is awful and shows she's just vindictive and petty. She resorts to revenge tactics, instead of expressing her feelings and talking about them like an adult, that's incredibly unhealthy. I've met children more mature than that. This is just so gross, I'd get new pillows.

By  jbivens1992  |  17

That's one of the nastiest things I've ever heard. That's not revenge...that's a whole new level of crazy. Get your dog fixed, buy some new pillows and get rid of the psycho.

By  epicgamer  |  18

Okay I hate it when people say this unnecessarily on here, but this is a bigger situation. You should break up with her. She obviously doesn't give a fuck about you. Shes your girlfriend, she should be there for you. She isnt the one if she is trying to cause harm.

By  species4872  |  19

Mind games. Learn to play.

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  GhostFox  |  33

Or, you know, be the more responsible and better functioning human by NOT adopting a set of behaviors that is extremely harmful and toxic to both the person doing the maladaptive behavior and the victim of said maladaptive behavior. Mind games, passive aggressiveness, whatever you want to call it, the point remains the actions are at their core a BAD set of communication behaviors developed for one reason or another, and the GF (and possibly ex GF, because this would very badly damage the trust in a relationship) really needs to either train herself out of the behavior or get professional help to train herself out of the behavior. Because any sort of communication that is based on intentionally harming one of the participants to make the other feel better is unhealthy for everyone.

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  species4872  |  19

Yup, knew someone would bite.

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  GhostFox  |  33

I don't know which makes you the sadder person- if you're saying you knew someone would call you out on your awful "advice" to make yourself seem more "impressive" or if you actually have such a bitter personality as to have to sink to the level of baiting people with bad advice on the Internet in order to get your entertainment for the day. Either scenario makes you a rather sad being.

By  GhostFox  |  33

I'd suggest sitting down and thinking about whether you can trust her after this- if she's been doing this for who knows how long, she probably has other actions she takes when she's feeling spiteful. It also implies that she would prefer to harm you in some way than actually communicate about any issues that come up, and that isn't a healthy habit.

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