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By *sneeze* - / Thursday 29 November 2018 12:00 /
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By  mssileas  |  17

Not a fan of this. She could have literally gotten anything, but decides to go out of her way to purchase a pet. First of all, all members of a household should get a say in whether this fits into their lives or not - a dog takes up a lot of free time, energy and money. And second, it had to be the kind of pet her husband is allergic to? That's even more of a reason to talk to each other beforehand. Yes, there's medication, but it should be his choice whether to make that compromise or not.

It's just really ignorant, if not downright rude. Because the whole "the shelter wanted to kill the dog" story doesn't give him any option to even mention getting rid of the dog again, or he'll be the bad guy for breaking her heart and leaving the dog to its fate.

I don't know, that's just shitty.

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  lazaryx  |  2

Or it could kill him in his sleep.

Yes medications exist. but why impose your SO to take them for the life duration of the dog (Plus a bit more to get rid of the remaining hairs etc)?
I am highly allergic to dogs and despite taking preventing measures cannot stay at my dad s house more than few hours because of his dog. I get rashes etc.

Taking a dog in these conditions was a dick move from OP s wife (he/she being allergic and without talking about it beforehand) plus mentioning the put down thingy is emotional blackmail.

I would have a serious talk about it with my wife if I were you OP.

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  RichardPencil  |  25

Happy Birthday!

Maybe you can go to the junkyard and rescue a car they are going to put down. Be careful, when you go there and look in their cute, little headlights, you’ll be hooked!

By  mssileas  |  17

Not a fan of this. She could have literally gotten anything, but decides to go out of her way to purchase a pet. First of all, all members of a household should get a say in whether this fits into their lives or not - a dog takes up a lot of free time, energy and money. And second, it had to be the kind of pet her husband is allergic to? That's even more of a reason to talk to each other beforehand. Yes, there's medication, but it should be his choice whether to make that compromise or not.

It's just really ignorant, if not downright rude. Because the whole "the shelter wanted to kill the dog" story doesn't give him any option to even mention getting rid of the dog again, or he'll be the bad guy for breaking her heart and leaving the dog to its fate.

I don't know, that's just shitty.

I highly recommend immunotherapy. My husband was allergic to cats, but it's 99% gone now. You go to an allergist and they poke you with 50 different allergins to see what causes a reaction. Then they make a custom shot for you which I believe you can get every two weeks/month. My husband would just stop in on lunch break. Our insurance covered it. After a year he was good.

By  TxKitten79  |  5

The wife knows you're allergic to dogs? And she got a dog anyway? And you're not getting rid of it? She has no respect for you and you're putting up with it.

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  AmbrosiaFan  |  13

Frankly she's rude and inconsiderate if she does not respect his health enough to NOT get a freaking dog that he is allergic to.

Boyfriend is very different from a husband. She should have respected his allergies and not brought a dog home. His allergies can kill him.

By  BeachMammal  |  6

That was exceedingly inconsiderate of her. If the dog remains in your house, there are some ways to reduce the allergens by bathing the dog frequently. They sell wipes and shampoos for the purpose.

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