My girlfriend wants a puppy

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My girlfriend wants a puppy, should I let her get one. We live together btw.
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We are both students at uni.
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I don't see why not. If you are both ready for the responsibilities and neither of you is allergic to them, go for it.
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No puppy mate
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No puppy mate
Why not?
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Girls acting weird about puppy I seen a lot of videos on Facebook about boyfriend making a prank about the puppy both they have on his girlfriend omg she said a lot of bad word for her boyfriend and she said if you real you Sold out our puppy i don't want to be with you anymore and stuff like this
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Girls acting weird about puppy I seen a lot of videos on Facebook about boyfriend making a prank about the puppy both they have on his girlfriend omg she said a lot of bad word for her boyfriend and she said if you real you Sold out our puppy i don't want to be with you anymore and stuff like this
Not heard about this.
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Can you both give enough time to look after a dog? And what will happen if you break up? Does your flat/house allow dogs etc, if it’s rented?

There are loads of practical considerations, but if they all check out then get her a puppy. If not a hamster/guinea pug/rabbit etc would be much easier and less of a commitment
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Just bare in mind that someone will have to look after the critter for a decade or two, whether you're together or not. Pet's not just being a passing fad but a serious commitment.
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As fallen acorns says, but also what about the costs? Equipment, food, insurance, vet bills.
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I can't believe they let you in University. Get a hamster.
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I can't believe they let you in University. Get a hamster.
How do you knows he's in a uni?
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How do you knows he's in a uni?
I read the second post. How do you know op is a 'he'?
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It depends on how much time you can expend; what the rules are where you're living and whether you're going to stay together.
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I read the second post. How do you know op is a 'he'?
Heteronormative yeah.
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get her a plant and see if she can keep it alive for a month first lol.
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