Would you choose your dog or your girlfriend? I mean, dogs are named man’s best friend. So it has to be hard to let your dog go, right? But you definitely can’t break up with your significant other over a pet, or can you? The following guy tied something different.
When his girlfriend gave him the definite ultimatum ‘Either the dog goes, or I go.’ He had a hard decision to make. They had been dating for four years and moving in with each other is the next logical thing to do, right? So that is exactly what they were going to do.
However, his girlfriend wasn’t fond of his 4-year-old dog beagle, Molly. I am not sure why because she is such an adorable pup.
I mean, just look at that face!
So, he had to put an advertisement on Craigslist.
Yup, you read that right. Rather than getting rid of his beloved dog, he is letting go of his unreasonable girlfriend. I can’t say that I blame, but I am quite sure that she didn’t expect this, did she? So what did we learn from this? Never even try to get between someone and their dog!
What are your thoughts on his response? Do you think he did the right thing?
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