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OP here. Just to set things straight, we'd only been dating for about 3 weeks and weren't lifelong friends before that or anything. My dog I've had for 7 years, so yeah, he won. I agree that if it had been the other way around I would have deserved it. The whole thing came up when we were sitting on the couch and I was rubbing my dog's back. Psycho chick then asked why I wasn't rubbing hers instead and asked who I cared for more and choose. "'Cause you can only have one!" Now I have none :(. Still looking for my dog.
By nodoggforme / Saturday 31 January 2015 00:13 / United States - Beaverton
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  Vagitarian1  |  10

I can totally relate. My ex loved to tell everyone she would throw a man out of her bed before her dogs. Well, she did. I hope she's happy not living among humans.

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  lexa1love  |  16

I think it depends on the relationship. If you suddenly get a new partner and they want to kick out your dogs that may have been sleeping with you for years, then I wouldn't be ok with it either. Luckily my dog actually prefers her bed, because my boyfriend doesn't like sleeping with her.

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  I_Bite  |  22

I completely agree that it depends on the relationship, I had to move to Perth for my work and my boyfriend decided to come with me rather than break up, unfortunately we had to leave his dog in Melbourne with family until we can find a house that will allow us to have him (he's a bull arab, so quite large) it's quite upsetting for both of us and I hate that he had to chose that way between us :( hopefully we can make it right soon :)

By  TrippingOnAcid  |  29

Now you've lost them both. Good going OP!

By  thejokingguy13  |  12

Simple enough Steal the dog back

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  Nilorak  |  24

Well the dog can't speak.

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  aleyp63  |  13

well place the dog in the middle and see where it runs to

By  8Dirty1  |  24

then after 12 years take her back?

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