Would you say something to this woman?
I waited outside the store while I waited for my subs. I was leaning against the wall drinking my coffee.
This woman walking a dog came by with this beautiful dog but the dog stopped and pee'd 3 feet from my feet and she saw I was uncomfortable but let the dog pee near me.
I didn't say anything but making sounds of annoyance and rolled my eyes and she just didn't seem to care.
Should I have said something?
I feel disrespected.
P.S. she didn't direct the dog to do this, the dog was sniffing the ground and decided to pee.
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
I mean the dog didn't pee on you and the dog did pee outside but I do see where you were annoyed. This is why my dogs have a "potty" command so they go on command rather than just whenever they feel like it...If the dog had pee'd 1 ft from you or even less than that I would have said something.
- bluebonnetgrannyLv 71 month ago
Yeah, I would have. I would have started up a conversation about her dog & ask if it was okay to pet it.
The dog peed there because many other dogs have too. Part of normal canine behavior. How would she have known that you would be so OFFENDED by a dog peeing?
I think you are overreacting & making a mole hole into a MOUNTAIN. Normal behavior for a dog.
- AmberLv 51 month ago
I'd have used my brain and moved. "Disrespected" lol is this a joke?
- VerulamLv 71 month ago
Well I'd have moved!!!
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- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
i wouldnt say nothing to her, she cant help it if her dog had to go
- 1 month ago
I would have moved like a normal human being. What would you have wanted the woman to do ? Pull the dog while it's peeing ? You have 2 legs and you're not peeing or sitting down eating, take 2 steps towards the opposite site.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Pee in the woman.
- E. H. AmosLv 71 month ago
If this was my dog - I would have immediately corrected the dog - if it got as far as actual peeing. In most cases you have AMPLE warning "IF" you are paying attention that your walking dog (is stopping) AND is about to LIFT ITS leg & then pee, or is trying to squat & pee. She DOES have the ability to stop or curb that action (no pun intended).
You are lucky you weren't MARKED! And who is to say you (if we swabbed you) that you or your shoes were not hit by pee splash/spray. I have seen male dogs deliberately lift their legs ON a person's pants leg (or back - if the person was kneeling to tie his shoe). And it results in some UGLY words and/or actions.
- PearlLv 71 month ago
i probably wouldnt say anything,the dog had to go, its not like she did it on purpose