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

posted 7 years ago in Intimacy
Post # 18
9966 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

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@kryssbride  Have you pointed that fact out to him?  (Your post no. 16)

It does seem odd that a guy would choose no sex and having the dog in the room over having sex with no dog in the room.

I don’t blame you at all for how you’re feeling.  🙂

Post # 19
4998 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Doesn’t the dog stay home alone while you guys are at work? I don’t think another half hour is going to kill him/her…

Post # 20
66 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

I think it’s great he loves his dog but really while being intimate with a dog in your face gross. 

I think you need to tell him that you love the fog but having dog breathe in your face is a total turn off and mood killer. If he wants more sexy time dog needs to stay out during sexy time sessions if he wants any more sexy time in the future.

I had bf in the past who’s dog jumped up on the bed and put its cold nose on my boy friends butt while we were doing it. He jumped straight up in the air and I couldn’t stop laughing about it – and I can’t stop laughing about today either!

Post # 21
2457 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

If your dog insists on being close to your DH, then wouldn’t he just sit outside the door until you’re done? He’s still “close” to him. 

Your DH needs to back off on this and realize that your needs are just as important as his “needs”. 

Post # 22
3064 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

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@ju5tdance  hahahaha omg!!! too funny! 


And yeah,  I would be super pissed too. He needs to get over it and apologize. Frankly its a little weird. Our dog is totally our baby- sleeps in the bed with us- but when its time to get down, out he goes!

I have even woken him up to move him from bed to couch in the living room haha, I felt bad for about .2 seconds.

Post # 23
11736 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

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@kryssbride  haha I feel your pain – our pup is always an active third participant!  She usually gets pissed off after we accidently kick her (and by kick I mean lightly touch her – she’s a baby!) and leaves.  We could never close the door she’d be whining to get in!  I definitely would be a bit weirded out if the dog was capable of not being annoying while locked out and my DH didn’t want her to.

I’m not sure what advice I can give other then tell your DH you and your feelings take priority over the dogs!  Hopefully he’ll come around or your dog will learn to sit quietly at the end of the bed and be an observer, not a participant!

Post # 24
816 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2013 - Mansion House at the MD Zoo

@kryssbride  When my dog was a puppy we had what we called “sex bone.” It was a giant bully stick (which is funny since they’re made from bull penis… hahaha….) that she only got when we were trying to have alone time. It worked great because it was new and special so she would lay down and chew it by herself, and then we’d take it away when we were done. Maybe something like that would help, so he would feel like something nice was happening for the dog and you guys weren’t abandoning her?

Post # 25
1542 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

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OP, if i were you i would tell your husband: “What do you prefer, your dog to be alone 15mins or your d!ck to be alone forever because i dont get turned on?”

Post # 26
7426 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2013

Our dog has seen us have sex a million times. We don’t even think about her, and she knows to stay off the bed. It would bother me if I asked DH to take her out and he didn’t because he didn’t want the dog to be alone…that’s weird.

Post # 27
3570 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Tell him if he wants the dog in the room, then you’d really like the dog to be “included”


I don’t have any real advice.  My DH always kicks out the cat.

Post # 30
5950 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

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@kryssbride  ….well, I want to applaud your guy for being so good to his dog, but honestly, there’s times when a man just doesn’t need his dog around, and getting your boots smoked is one of them.

We’re dog people, and our house revolves literally around their crazy little universe.  Our chihuahua sleeps in the bed, under the covers, in between Mr. 99 and I, and the other two sleep on the floor (because they are both the size of a small pony)…otherwise they’d probably be in bed with us too…

But when Mr. 99 gets that twinkle in his eye…the boys go in the kitchen, and we get down to business…and after its all over…everyone gets back to normal….

They honestly don’t care.  There’s food in the kitchen, and toys, and beds and its warm and we’re just upstairs….

Post # 31
2389 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Tell him there are a bunch of girls on the internet who think he’s a total weirdo for worrying about the dog’s emotional needs (which apparently are fulfilled by a cat?) instead of having hot sex with his wife.  I find this to be completely, totally bizarre, and I’d be really pissed.

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