When you partner with someone long-term, their pets become a huge part of your life. Regardless of whether you're an animal person or not, you don't date someone and reject their pet unless you want to fuel a cycle of emotional tension.
That being said, few people will care as deeply for a dog as its actual owner, and while this is normally not an issue, it can spark issues when finances enter the equation.
Money is consistently one of the most sensitive topics in a marriage and wedding planning marks the first huge obstacle in that equation. The questions of how much you want to spend on a wedding, and who has the dough for it can create a lot of tension if a couple isn't on the same page.
My Fiancée isn’t speaking to me after I used “our” money to help my dog. Not sure not to fix this?