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This really made me laugh.
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florentina1 · 15/12/2018 08:54

My DH believed in ‘not spoiling’ our children and would roll his eyes at me if he thought I was over-indulging them. They have been long gone and we now have a dog who has him totally wrapped around her little paw. Although she loves her walks, she does not like having her harness put on , so I have to do it. Same with flea treatments and vet visits.

When I asked if he had seen the toy I bought for the GC’s new puppy, he looked a bit sheepish.Apparently the dog was mithering for it so he gave it to her.

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BiteyShark · 15/12/2018 09:27

My DH is the same and I am constantly trying to stop him from spoiling BiteyDog all the time. If I wasn't there I know he would be sat at the table being hand fed chicken and steak every night Hmm. He is even cooking turkey this year for Christmas (we usually have something different) just so he can feed BiteyDog some.

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