Man Cancels Wedding After Fiancée Almost Kills Dog

Groom said he couldn't trust his fiancee after carelessness with his dog.

May 13, 2019
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How a person treats my furry kidz speaks volumes on whether this person will be in my life or not, so I can totally see how this ex-groom called the wedding off after his fiancee was so careless with his dog.

Here's the story:

A guy shared his story on Reddit, explaining that during his fiancée’s bachelorette party his dog almost died after accidentally ingesting “large amounts of alcohol and chocolate edibles,” because his fiancée and her friends decided to leave their “party supplies” out and on a low table where the dog could easily get to it.

The fiancée felt absolutely terrible about what happened, but apparently the guy can’t forgive her for it. As soon as they got home he called off the wedding and told his fiancée to move out.

It didn’t take long for his friends and family to get in touch with him, with most of them supporting the fiancée, noting he had “overreacted” and that it “was a mistake” and she “didn’t do it on purpose.” The man wondered why no one was on his side, and took to the site to see if he was in the wrong. And it turns out he was met with some support from folks online.

  • "PFFFFF, it doesn't matter who it is, it could be my own flesh and blood mother, but if their (expletive) negligence and carelessness almost got my beloved pet killed, i'd cut them out for god (expletive) sure," one person noted, while another added, “I mean, this level of carelessness, though. In a decade or so it wouldn't be the dog on the line but their kid.”
  • Others suggested that the couple’s problems had to do with more than just the dog. As one person noted, “If your immediate response is to turn to blame and anger, and to take things to the most extreme possible response…you're not ready for marriage,” adding, “Or did you think the part of the vows about loving each other for better or for worse meant 'until she screws up?'"

Wow did he overreact? Would you call off the wedding? Or is the a deeper problem going on with this couple? I know one thing, my husband and I don't take vacations because we don't like to board our doggies and haven't found anyone that we think can take care of them like we do, so I lean with the ex-groom. ~grace