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AIBU to make DP come home and sort his --our-- dog (kind of light hearted)

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OneLongDay Sun 12-Jun-16 16:50:01

Kind of light hearted but part of me isn't either

Me and DP have a puppy that we got together but when she's done something naughty she's his dog DP has just gone off to work I've got me and DD bathed and on the sofa with some junk and a DVD just let puppy out for a wee she comes back in covered in shit because she's decided to roll in her own mess shockshock this is one of them times she isn't mine

So how U would I be to ring DP tell him he needs to sort his dog out because I can't deal with this today

BuonoEstente Sun 12-Jun-16 17:38:27

Obv very

coco1810 Sun 12-Jun-16 22:17:23

YANBU at all. Naughty but probably very cute puppy 🐶

WiddlinDiddlin Mon 13-Jun-16 01:06:25

Light hearted - yeah. He should be there full time for the puppy.

Sensible dog-trainer hat on - YABU to expect a puppy to go out, unsupervised to eliminate AND not do anything disgusting whilst out there. Had you supervised, wouldn't have happened.

44PumpLane Mon 13-Jun-16 07:30:10

YABVU to not provide a puppy pic!

Costacoffeeplease Mon 13-Jun-16 07:54:07

Had you supervised, wouldn't have happened.


FFS look after the puppy properly

EatShitDerek Mon 13-Jun-16 08:03:39

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Costacoffeeplease Mon 13-Jun-16 08:05:13

Well funny enough, if I see my dogs about to roll in something, I stop them. Not rocket science is it? confused

EatShitDerek Mon 13-Jun-16 08:06:34

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Costacoffeeplease Mon 13-Jun-16 08:10:23

Of course I can - I don't see what's amazing about that.

Jeez, she was in the garden not roaming the Serengeti

Take some fucking responsibility

AlistairSim Mon 13-Jun-16 08:18:04

Just count yourself lucky it wasn't fox poo...or goose >heave<

OneLongDay Mon 13-Jun-16 08:32:37

Exactly Costa the puppy was in the garden that's completely safe and was alone for a few minutes, maybe I am such a terrible owner for not watching her every move in the safe big gardenhmm

Costacoffeeplease Mon 13-Jun-16 08:45:54

Well now you know you have to be out there with her

I don't understand why people get annoyed at a pup for being a pupconfused

NeedACleverNN Mon 13-Jun-16 08:53:11

My dog did this once as a pup. Dh tried to throw a bucket of water over her to get rid of most of the smell before I bathed her and she managed to miss every drop of water.
Had to carry her in at arms length and Bath her twice as she reeked that much.

Dirty sod

SunnyL Mon 13-Jun-16 08:56:13

My mother is a dog trainer and her dogs still manage to eat horse shit and roll in dead rabbit almost every walk she goes on. Lurchers are immune to training if they don't want to do something

OneLongDay Mon 13-Jun-16 09:13:07

Did you not read the lighthearted part?

Yes she's a pup and playful and I wasn't annoyed about that, the fact she was out the a few minutes and come bouncing in covered in her own mess. The first time she's done this so I won't be watching her every move

Costacoffeeplease Mon 13-Jun-16 09:19:56

kind of lighthearted

You won't be watching her every move?

Poor pup

You sound a delight

StarryIllusion Mon 13-Jun-16 09:50:04

Wait until she eats her own shit and tried to lick your face.

Deep breath and chuck her in the shower with liberal amounts if either dog shampoo or baby shampoo (one off won't hurt her its very mild) while you explain to her what a minging little shit she is. I guarantee she will wag her tail and your heart will melt and all will be forgiven until next time grin

OneLongDay Mon 13-Jun-16 10:14:33

Am I the only person who doesn't stand guard and watch there dog in a secure garden Costa? I don't think so she's not a tiny pup but she's still a puppy but doesn't need me watching her every move

She loves the bath I gave her a good clean then spent ages trying to dry her because it's the best game ever to try and play tug with the towel grin

Costacoffeeplease Mon 13-Jun-16 10:16:38

If there's a possibility she'll do something she shouldn't, then yes, watch her. How long does it take, 5 minutes? Is that too much inconvenience?

DoubleCarrick Mon 13-Jun-16 10:18:12

oooh I feel your pain!! Every time my boy is being naughty it's always "DH, sort your dog out,"

even though he's actually my dog

DH knows that I don't really mean it grin

DoubleCarrick Mon 13-Jun-16 10:18:15

oooh I feel your pain!! Every time my boy is being naughty it's always "DH, sort your dog out,"

even though he's actually my dog

DH knows that I don't really mean it grin

ISpeakJive Mon 13-Jun-16 10:20:01

Be thankful it was fox poo, OP.

minesapintofwine Mon 13-Jun-16 10:20:06

There's some harsh comments here confused

I demand photo of puppy though with or without shit coat

I don't watch my dog in the garden either but she's 10. When she was a puppy I would just to make sure she went. However even under supervision she managed to dig a lot of holes. Even on the lead she still rubs her neck in horse shit. Lovely

OneLongDay Mon 13-Jun-16 10:23:47

If there was a possibly she could hurt herself then of course I would watch her and she wouldn't be in the garden alone but I make sure it's face a secure and I'm fairly confident she can't hurt herself the worse she can do is roll in her own mess which is just pain to wash and dry her thick coat

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