(Closed) DH won't kick our dog out of the bedroom!

posted 7 years ago in Intimacy
Post # 3
7199 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

@kryssbride  That would bug me too. Especially if the dog was all up in my face!! I’m sure your husband will change his mind once a couple attempts go by and you can’t get in the mood because of the dog. Unless he’s so concerned about the dog being alone that it is just more important than your sex life… in which case he can go sleep in the living room with the dog as far as I’m concerned. 

Post # 5
5658 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

Lol so he feels rejected and pouts but it’s ok to tell you hed rather not leave a dog alone than be intimate with you?? I mean… I love my dogs but come on… THEYRE DOGS

Post # 7
3657 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2000

I love that your DH is such a good dog dad!

That dog will have to learn not to get in your way during sex, and she can stay.

Post # 8
2542 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

Yeah that’s really weird that the dog gets in your face! It would make me uncomfortable! Our dogs are pretty cool actually and those poor things are so used to sexy time that they just lay down and mind their own business (omg we sound awful lol)…but it really stresses me out if we are having sexy time and the dogs are outside the door whining and wanting to come in the room. So I guess I’m the opposite of your situation. But I agree, either the dog needs to either learn to leave you guys alone if she stays in the room, or she needs to hang out in the living room for a little bit.

Post # 9
3075 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013 - A court...

Uhh i don’t like leaving our dogs either but not in a weird way! But if we close the door they’ll either be heavily breathing/ howling/ scratch the door which ruins the mood more than them just sleeping on the other side of the room. At first it would be weird but they don’t pay attention to us and leave us alone :p

Post # 10
1719 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

This sucks and I personally would not be very happy.  If your looking for a compromise, maybe ask if it will make him feel better if the dog gets a bone or treat in the living room while you guys are having sex.  Yeah it sucks having to think about the dog when you are trying to get it on but it’s better than a wet nose in your face, or other areas if ya know what I mean.  But DH definatly needs to think long and hard about what he cares more about: sex or making the dog happy.  How the heck does act when he has to go to work and leave the dog all alone????

Post # 11
1863 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Isn’t the dog alone in the house at some point when you’re both not home? How is that any different. 

This would make me very upset as well. 

Post # 12
9834 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2019

I wouldn’t ban the dog from the bedroom all the time, just when it is going to be sexy time. Your DH needs to understand that if he wants there to even be sexy time, for that to happen, the dog needs to be in the living room. I love my dogs, they are my babies, they both sleep on the bed with me, one will sleep under the covers with me, I smother them with kisses and lots and lots of cuddles, BUT when it comes for intimate time with Fiance, I shut the dogs out.

Post # 13
604 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

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@kryssbride  No socks and no dogs in the room – those are my rules.  When I was in highschool my boyfriend and I were trying to be sneaky while having sex in my room of my parents’ house.  My Golden Retriever pushed open the door and actually licked my boyfriend’s butt and balls while he was on top of me!  Obviously my boyfriend freaked out and the mood was totally killed.  We never opted to get busy at my house ever again and I’ve had a no dog in the room policy ever since.  Maybe my parents knew what was going on and sent him in to stop it haha.

Post # 16
453 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Erm, maybe he can put the TV on for her if he’s THAT concerned about her feeling lonely? But it’s not like she’s going to be alone for hours on end… And I’m sure she’s alone at some point during the day. So that’s weird of your DH, haha.

I totally understand how you feel, though. If the cats are getting up in our business, I HAVE TO kick them out. It’s just weird. Even being watched feels weird. We joke that one of our kitties is a pervert, because after every time we’re done, I look over and he’s usually there staring at us. He’s usually also very enthusiastic about coming over for pets… I don’t like it, hah.

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