We have this question from a while back: "How can I keep my neighbor's dogs out of my yard?" Which I think is a pretty good question and likewise generated a pretty good discussion.

Now we have: "How to get a roommate's dog to stop harassing girlfriends?" Which I think is okay. But the answer is really to discuss it with the roommate I think. Pretty much the same answer as the other one really.

Should we be accepting questions about interpersonal issues that involve pets? How many different answers can they really generate?

1 Answer 1


Do we think we need a stance on this? I don't think we do. Each question, I think, can be answered or closed on the merit of the question and some will undoubtably be unanswerable, but not all of them. I don't know that a policy position is really needed at this time, we're not flooded by those questions and, well, we may get a real gem that can serve as canonical answer.

Life with a pet isn't always life with our own pet. :)

You must log in to answer this question.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .