But if he refuses to try anything else or gives up on the puppy just because it's acting like you'd expect a normal puppy to act, she should send him to Dumpsville on the next redeye.
Here's a question for you: When you date, do you want your romantic partners to also have dogs?
Should she take the puppy and kick him to the curb?
I'll answer the last question first: No, I don't think she should kick him to the curb ... If he's willing to learn along with the puppy and his behavior/ideas about training evolve a good bit, I'd say the relationship can last.
Neo now has 264 friends and a relationship status of "It's Complicated." Neo graduated in 2005 from Therapy Dogs Inc.
and has worked at several hospitals in the Los Angeles area, quite an impressive bio for another pet to consider friending or mating with.
Welcome to the second installment of what I'm hoping will be a fun series: "Dog-lovers' dating dilemmas." In the series kickoff, I explored the question of how dog-owners navigate the world of sleepovers while dating.
After all, one owner claimed, dating a dog owner basically means you can't sleep over at their place because you can't leave your dog alone overnight.
We schedule neighborhood dog walks, and dress our pets in outfits and booties worth being viewed on Rodeo Drive.When I first received a Facebook friend request from Neo Mc Kibben, my friend's therapy dog at Northridge Hospital, it was the first of many pet profiles that arrived in my inbox.As one in ten pets now has a social media profile, it's no wonder that these niche dating and social networking sites are popping up on the Internet.First off, training techniques that involve severe physical punishment are based in fear.Yes, the dog won't perform the bad behaviors in front of you, but only because it will have been taught that those behaviors could result in severe pain/discomfort.