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    Yep, sounds good. We all have good ways of working things out in our relationships.

    My older son, for example, who is in the army and has 3 kids, one on the way, haggles with his wife to go away on training manouvers etc that can be volunteered for. He gets the ok to go and she gets time off to do her thing either before or after his trips happen. Works well.

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    I think a "conditional agreement will only create long term resentments" hugely underestimates the relationship (or any, as it sounds like a blanket generalisation). I don't expect my partner to do or pay anything towards my reptiles. Nor does he expect me to pay for things from his car hobby. No resentment issues here o.O

    Julie, does he have an actual reason for not wanting a dog in the first place? Not allowed to have everything you want is okay, afterall it is his house too! No he's not your dad or boss, but he does have the right to say no. If it were me, however, I'd be asking why.

    That being said it's great that he's giving in Is it something about females that makes their male counterpart just give in in the end?

    Saying that her relationship has serious issues based on three pages of posts is just laughable, by the way.

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    Not a moodle....
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    What is wrong with a moodle rescue, Myf? It was mentioned on the second page.

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    Moodles who end up in rescue have just as much a right to be rescued as a purebred.

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    I have a problem with it being referred to as a Moodle.
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    What's a moodle?

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    Why does everything have to be so PC?

    A moodle is a moodle....yes its a cross but if people wish to call it that let them. Its not hurting anyone. They are not advertising it and trying to sell the name.

    I don't give my cross a fancy name but who cares. It works for me, fancy names works for others.

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    Hi guys,

    I thought I was top of cross breeds, but obviously i was kidding myself. I had to search for moodle. My OH thought it was cross between cow (moo!!!!!) x poodle. I am glad he is a computer guy not a biologist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silvershadowwolf24 View Post
    I think a "conditional agreement will only create long term resentments" hugely underestimates the relationship (or any, as it sounds like a blanket generalisation). I don't expect my partner to do or pay anything towards my reptiles. Nor does he expect me to pay for things from his car hobby. No resentment issues here o.O

    Julie, does he have an actual reason for not wanting a dog in the first place? Not allowed to have everything you want is okay, afterall it is his house too! No he's not your dad or boss, but he does have the right to say no. If it were me, however, I'd be asking why.

    That being said it's great that he's giving in Is it something about females that makes their male counterpart just give in in the end?

    Saying that her relationship has serious issues based on three pages of posts is just laughable, by the way.

    Well said

    And I know "moodle" isn't an actual breed, it's just shorter and easier to type than "maltese x poodle"

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