Post # 1
Is it rude to ask someone who isn’t invited to the wedding to watch my dogs ( I will be paying them- all they have to do is let them out to go potty and make sure they don’t wrestle to ruff in the house.
however I feel weird being like since your not invited to my wedding will you sit my dogs?
What should I do.
I found a doggy day care in my price range but I’m scared of them getting in a fight with another dog since in spring my dog got attacked at the dog park then attacked two other dogs that she played with frequently at our complex. . . however she was just coming out of heat and we’ve gotten her fixed since so i d.k if she is agressive or not.
Post # 3
@alishaloo: I would hire someone who comes to your home to let them out. We have a woman come to our home a couple times a week when my Fiance and I are both at work.
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
I had a friend who was not invited to the wedding come over 3 times a day for the two weeks we were gone. One week before the wedding and the week after for the honeymoon. We bought him a meal and thanked him profusely.
Post # 5
they would stay at the home the whole day till my mother came over to relived them so like 9-6 is when they need care.
Post # 6
I think it depends on if the person would be expecting at all to be invited to the wedding. For instance, a neighbor’s kid or something probably wouldn’t be expecting to be invited to the wedding. Or maybe a co-worker or sibling of a friend?
Post # 7
I agree with pharmy. If it is a person who would be surprised/insulted they aren’t invited anyways then yea, this might be kind of salt in the wound. But if it is someone who wouldn’t really be invited regardless or wouldn’t care then it doesn’t seem like it would matter at all. They might be excited to make a little extra money for basically hanging out in someone’s house all day, especially since it wouldn’t cut into their night!