If you and your partner have a pet together, then you know all of the little arguments that come with that. You absolutely love your fluff ball, but she does trigger quite a few disputes around the house—perhaps because you feel so loving and protective towards her. Caring for a pet together is kind of like practice for caring for a child. It’s definitely a good idea for a couple to care for some living thing, together, before diving directly into true parenthood. You can see how you manage all of the important decisions that come with tending to the physical and emotional wellbeing of a living, breathing being. You may surprise yourselves, in good ways and bad. Here are pet-ownership fights many couples have.
Who handles most of the dog walks
Often, one individual’s schedule will naturally lend itself to handling most of the dog walks, but that’s not entirely fair. This is especially true when one person works from home. The person who goes to an office will state he’s too rushed to do the morning walk, and then of course the person working from home gets stuck with the midday walk, too.