Pets // 08.18.14 // 2 Comments

Bethenny's Holiday Help: What Do I Do with My Pets?

Are you having guests who don't like pets? Bethenny tells you what she would do in this situation if Cookie wasn't… well, Cookie.

If you have a civilized pet (unlike Cookie), it's really on that person to accept the pet. Pets are part of the family, so if your pet keeps to itself, maybe you should rethink that guest list. If you have a pet that someone is allergic to, it's a different story. See how Bethenny tackles these holiday dilemmas here.

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265 days ago

Definitely agree with you here - people tend to really be intolerant of pets these days, especially dogs. I think it's time to re-think the guest list too, and dependent on how they are about that, the friendship too! The best thing to do is to be honest about how you feel, too bad if they don't like it, after all who you invite to your home should be someone you like thus someone who respects you, your home and family!

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Theresa Bailey
268 days ago

I agree with you Bethenny, I don't lock my dogs away when guest come over. They are my babies, no way am I shutting them in another room where they'll be upset.

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