The story in detail
This 24-year-old pet sitter has been catering to her clients dog for a while now. However her client wasn't happy when she noticed that the she always turns away from her dogs when they try to lick her
During the next two visits, the client made the pet sitter sit down and allow her dogs lick and pant into her face. The pet sitter couldn't take it anymore and dashed out of the house; that's after making some rude comments to the client
The pet sitter told her friend, but her friend advised that she can't be averse to dogs in such an industry. Now the pet sitter has decided to bring the case to the Reddit court for their judgement
Here's what people had to say about the story:
"That is exactly the opposite of training a dog to be appropriately friendly"
"Not being willing to risk your health to satisfy an unreasonable demand from a client? Well, OP, I have to be brutally honest here...that makes you NTA."
"You're not being hired to make love to her dogs. You had every right to draw a stern boundary and leave."
"I would refuse to consider sitting for these dogs if the owner insisted I let them walk over my boundaries."
"Nta - dogs shouldn’t be encouraged to be all up in your face."
To wrap up, our story navigates the blurred lines of professional expectations, personal comfort, and the complexities of what it truly means to be an animal lover.
It's an intriguing tale filled with humor and a dash of absurdity, begging us to explore one vital question: Is embracing our love for dogs synonymous with enduring their slobbery affection?