Woman Gets Her Dog-Sitting Cancelled With A Bad Review For Letting Her Niece Sleep On Owner's Dog, Then She Starts Attacking Owner

If you have to travel for a pretty long time and leave your dog alone at home, you'll find someone to take care of both your dog and your house. That's when you think of a sitter. Yes, renting a sitter can be a good choice, but please consider thoroughly before deciding the person to employ. Otherwise, you'll get into big trouble.
A woman (original poster) has shared on r/IATA a bad experience she had with a highly-rated dog sitter she came across on the Internet. However, only after the sitter was actually on job did she know how terrible it was.
Two days after she started looking after OP's dog, she sent a picture of her niece sleeping on the dog, which OP disapproved of. When asked to stop her niece from doing that again, the sitter started telling it was unreasonable because she had the right to do what she thought to be right.
OP got mad, decided to cancel the job, and returned home to pick her dog. Upon arriving at home, she was told to be rude to cancel the rest of the stay on her own and leave the sitter a bad review so she couldn't get future jobs.
In response, OP decided to pay her for the rest of the stay. But the sitter continued posting OP on social media as a customer she had experience with.

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Being asked if OP is wrong for her behaviors in this situation, Redditors replied 'No'.
The dog sitter shouldn't have decided the way she would take care of OP's dog. OP was her customer, and she should have followed what her customer ordered. Then, she even posted OP on social media, which was rude, not to mention that she made up a negative story about her. She crossed too many limits.

People advised OP not to delete the review because the dog sitter deserved a lesson.

Some even suggested not paying for the rest of the stay or anything.

See more of their reactions here.

What is your opinion about that? Let us know in the comment!
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