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

posted 7 years ago in Intimacy
Post # 32
5152 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2014

@kryssbride:  So my rescue dog is just like that – he follows me everywhere I go. We used to try to put him in his crate (in the room) but he bugged out whining and freaking out. Then we tried to put him in the living room and he bugged out, scratching at the door. So now… we have a “Sexy Time Bone” (for the dog) lol.


We have a special treat/bone that he LOVES which will keep his occupied for a long time. So – before we get nakey, we give it to him to distract him. He is usually still in the same room – but he will not bother us at all and will lie on the ground and chew on it until we’re done. And – he only gets the bone when we’re having sex. So no other time so it really is like a super treat for him.


Post # 34
9950 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

A Dog (or any other pet) can function just fine when you are in the house in another room…

And as you’ve pointed out… the Dog spends hours alone often enough.

Your Hubby’s sentiments “they’ll be lonely / alone” are misplaced in this context.

Undecided *rolls eyes*

I mean seriously… wait until you guys have kids.  They’ll be alone at times too elsewhere in regards to the home… (asleep in their beds, watching tv in the family room, or out in the backyard) does that mean you won’t be having sex cause they could possibly be lonely ???

Uh No.

Not sure what is going on with your guy… but he needs to realize that having the dog in the Bedroom staring down his wife while you two get it on is not “romantic” anymore than it is to find a 3 year old walking in on you guys (which is why there are Bedroom Doors to begin with… so that private time… can truly be PRIVATE… be it Dogs, Kids, or Visitors… your Bedroom is your sanctuary.  Period)


Post # 36
1837 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

ew! a dog being in your face during sex is so not ok.  your DH needs to get over the idea of his dog being lonely and kick him out.

Post # 38
1508 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

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@kryssbride:  The dog can be on her own while you have sexy-time, it’s not like you’re leaving her alone for a week and shes not alone if youre all in the same house!

Post # 39
766 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@kryssbride:  I think this is a common situation. We have two dogs. One will happily get kicked out and just go sleep in a chair (I think he’s really a cat in a dog suit). The other one, however, will sit outside our door and cry if we kick him out. But if we let him in he’s ALL up in our space. It’s easy to feel guilty over him being so distressed over it, but at the same time, he’s not being harmed in any way. Have you thought about stashing some dog treats in the bedroom so you can toss them into a different room if you want some alone time? It could distract the dog. 

Post # 40
514 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - Stevens Estate

I can totally relate..my Fiance always feels bad for the dog..sometimes I’m not even sure why lol…but when it comes to sex…that’s it…I just cannot have her in the room ..I feel to weird and she’s a real in your face kinda dog on top of it. She will just sit outside the door till we’re done lol. Luckily Fiance agrees with kicking her out during this time. I would just be like ya know this is just to weird and she needs to wait in the other room….and just let him know that the dog won’t hold it against him. That’s the best thing about dogs..they love you no matter what!

Post # 41
514 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - Stevens Estate

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@oneofthesethings:  lol…your comment made me laugh…”fulfilled by the cat”..that was pretty funny

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