By Anonymous - 1/8/2021 04:01

Cynophobia

Today, my new boyfriend is so scared of dogs that he won’t even go in the room where my new puppy's bed is, so even on the days when he’s at home not working, I still have to pay the lad next door to come round and let it into the garden for a pee, because he’s too scared to open the door. FML
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By  rogue92  |  6

Apparently you failed to talk to your boyfriend about getting a dog or talked to him but got one against his wishes and didn't bring him with you to got said dog.

Did you think if you just got a dog he would just have to live with it? If so your a selfish brat that dosen't deserve anyone untill you learn to work with them instead of just doing whatever you want.

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  Plop  |  14

Also, while you may be tempted to give it to a shelter, it's probably better if you can just find it a new owner. Maybe a friend or relative who will let you come over and play with it from time to time. Also, you may want to make sure it's fixed before getting rid of it.

By  rogue92  |  6

Apparently you failed to talk to your boyfriend about getting a dog or talked to him but got one against his wishes and didn't bring him with you to got said dog.

Did you think if you just got a dog he would just have to live with it? If so your a selfish brat that dosen't deserve anyone untill you learn to work with them instead of just doing whatever you want.

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  sadderp  |  13

Op’s life shouldn’t have to revolve around someone she just started a relationship with. They’re allowed to make independent decisions.

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  rogue92  |  6

NEW boyfriend or not it sounds like they are living together, even if they are not she expects him to help take care of it and is upset he won't help so she DEFINITELY should have talked to him about it first for either reason even more so if both are true.

By  Liam Rowley  |  11

What would happen if, when both are sleeping, you put the puppy in the boyfriend’s arm. Just make sure you’re there when the bf wake up cuddling the puppy. To save whomever might get hurt. And videotape it.

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  moniqueminx89  |  5

Ih my god do not do this. Exposure therapy should only be done with a trained therapist who is committed to the safety of all parties. Both the dog and the person could be seriously injured.