“Next thing I know the dog is trotting through the kitchen,” she said. “This whole situation was too much and I told them I wouldn’t be eating this food. They ask why I tell them why.”
“My sister says I’m blowing things out of proportion. Mentions lots of people eat food prepared where dogs are nearby. I tell her I’m not one of those people.”
“I just decide to go home. I leave the pies I made and ended up ordering Chinese. When dinner was supposed to happen my phone was blowing up and I was told I should have just dealt with it by multiple family members.”
She’s left wondering if it was wrong of her to leave Thanksgiving because of her sister’s dog. Do you think she should have stayed and maybe just got takeout to eat at her mom and dad’s house to make sure there was no dog hair in it?
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