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An etiquette question for dog owners...

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GalensOyster Thu 01-May-14 19:56:49

If your dog did a wee on the floor of someone else's house would you like to know?
That's all. TIA.

coffeeinbed Thu 01-May-14 19:57:29


GalensOyster Thu 01-May-14 19:59:13

Thanks. I'll send a quick text.

Owllady Thu 01-May-14 20:51:58

You didn't tell them at the time? shock

GalensOyster Thu 01-May-14 21:02:23

Didn't see it happen. DH found it by stepping in it when he drew the curtains.

FunkyBarnYardBroom Thu 01-May-14 21:04:38

Oh your friends dog peed at your house!

FunkyBarnYardBroom Thu 01-May-14 21:05:54

Yes I'd want to know and I would come round withy carpet shampooer and sort it out!

GalensOyster Thu 01-May-14 21:25:00

Yep. Friend's dog weed on our floor. Lovely surprise for DH.

SpicyPear Thu 01-May-14 21:42:29

This is why I generally avoid taking my dogs to other people's houses. I'd be utterly mortified!

MitchellMummy Fri 02-May-14 09:26:14

Yes, you should tell them. I once popped round to Mum's with a friend's dog who wee'd on the hall carpet. She was housetrained, but guess just excited. Hope you have wooden floors and not carpet!

Beaverfeaver2 Tue 06-May-14 08:42:18

I don't think I would tell them.

I would do if they were there with you when you realised, but I think its unfair to tell them now they have gone and by text too is just wrong IMO

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Tue 06-May-14 09:38:54

I'm not a dog owner but I would tell them.

I would want to know as obviously it means dog not house-trained, and would want to avoid similar situations occurring in the future.

flowery Tue 06-May-14 09:44:54

I would want to know, as in the case of my dog it would be extremely unlikely and therefore a possible concern, either health or otherwise.

everlong Tue 06-May-14 10:54:54

If a friends dog did a wee in my house but I didn't notice until after she'd gone I wouldn't ring to tell her! I'd clean it up.

TheWomanTheyCallJayne Tue 06-May-14 18:02:21

Same as everlong

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