Reddit User Snaps At Dog Owner For 'Insisting' That She Let Dogs Lick Her Face
Today, we’ll be heading to Reddit, one of the largest communities. After a few minutes of browsing, we spotted an interesting story about a dog owner being "rude" to the dogs of a lady she's pet-sitting for on the r/AmItheA**hole subreddit. The OP shared that she looked after six friendly dogs while their owners were away. Everything was going smoothly. But then, something unexpected happens, making her question, "Am I the jerk for being "rude" to the dogs of a lady I'm pet-sitting for, and yelling at her?"
The OP revealed that after a few weekends of taking care of the dogs, the pet owner said thanks to her but also mentioned a worry. It turned out that a camera caught something weird. Now, the pet sitter wondered if she had done something wrong. What's the issue? Well, it was about the dogs being super excited, and the OP didn't know how to react. When the dogs were trying to get on the OP, panting and slobbering in her face, she "turned away" from them and tried to nudge them away. But the dog owner insisted, "Don't turn away."
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This is the full story of OP:
OP is a pet-sitter, and she's just started looking after a client's 6 dogs regularly when she goes away for weekends
The dog owner was "concerned" about something she saw on the nanny cam footage
When the dogs crowded around OP, she turned away and tried to nudge them off, which concerned the dog owner
OP asked if she should let the dogs slobber on her when they were excited
When one dog licked and panted on OP's face, and the woman laughed, telling her not to turn away
OP explained that these dogs' breath smelled bad and she couldn't handle it
OP got really frustrated and she quit this dog sitting job
OP shared there's a distinction between embracing dogs and embracing their breath
OP provided an update to their post after reading the comments from the community
Redditors have different views and thoughts about OP's story:
Some said that the OP was not the jerk for doing this:
But some said that both OP and the dog owner were wrong in this case:
One shared that OP was really wrong
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