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Woman asks if it's wrong to tell neighbor to keep kids inside while her pit bull is out.

Woman asks if it's wrong to tell neighbor to keep kids inside while her pit bull is out.

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Being a responsible dog owner is a huge part of having a dog, and if you can't handle the demands of caring for a large animal, you don't deserve all of the fun parts of having a puppy...

Playing fetch with a dog, walking a puppy on a beach, having an adorable fur-covered animal greet you when you come home everyday and sharing a strong bond for over a decade with your favorite canine (and their personal Instagram account) can be a deeply rewarding, educational experience. Still, having to feed, exercise, walk regularly, groom, pay for vet bills and other expenses for a dog can be a lot for someone who is used to spontaneously leaving the house for hours on end or forgetting what day it is. Training a big dog takes a lot more than showing a cat what a litterbox is and calling it a day, as dogs require much more guidance, patience, work, and belly rubs.

So, when a frustrated dog owner decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not she was wrong to ask her neighbors to keep their young children inside when her pitbull is out, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

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