Here is the OP's dilemma:
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The OP explained her roommate is giving her unnecessary tension:
Their mutual friend's dog bit the OP, so she asked her not to bring him again:
But the roommate is upset, believing they should have discussed the OP's decision together:
So, the OP is seeking advice on how to handle this matter:
"I vote to evict the girl"
Service dogs shouldn't bite
A Reddit user said he was also bitten by an emotional support animal
"Actual service dogs are required to be properly trained."
She could have reported the animal and sent it to the shelter
"The idea of taking a vote is ridiculous"
"Research your local laws, and evict her properly"
Redditors agreed that the OP is not in the wrong here. She could have reported the dog, and he would end up in the shelter.
So, the OP chose the better option and asked their mutual friend not to bring him again. As for her roommate's childish behavior concerns, the OP should research her local laws and evict her properly.
The roommate doesn't have the right to decide in this situation because she wasn't the one who got bitten.