Niece Complains That Service Dog Is Making Her Uncomfortable, Her Aunt Refuses To Get Rid Of It
Do you love dogs? Dogs are not only our friends but can also be like family members. Especially for disabled people, they are crucial medical equipment that helps them live a more normal life. In the US, there are around 500,000 service dogs helping people with disabilities. But sometimes, not everyone gets how crucial these dogs are, as a recent story shows.
Redditor u/throwra445788779 shared her experience on the r/AmItheA**hole subreddit. She shared that her family members came to stay for a while; however, her niece didn't like her husband's service dog because it made her feel uncomfortable. So they're asking the OP to get rid of it. But the OP refused. Scroll down to read the entire story. And share your thoughts with us in the comments.
This is the full story of OP:
OP got a service dog to assist her disabled husband; however, her niece feels uncomfortable around the service dog
OP's brother asked her to move the dog temporarily, but she firmly refused
OP explained that the service dog was crucial for her husband's needs, so her brother accused her of being cruel to her niece
Her husband was trying to persuade her to let him go to his dad's to keep things peaceful with her brother
Now that you have read the story. It’s time for you to see what Redditors had to say on this:
Her brother should try harder to make his daughter less uncomfortable
Who OP should get rid of are her brother and his family, not her dog
"Your husband needs to defend himself and not be a doormat"
The service dog plays an important role in her family
OP wasn't wrong to protect her husband and his precious pup
"Your borther and his family are incredibly entitled"
"A service dog is living medical equipment"
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