Sometimes someone in the family really wants to make a four-legged friend - most often these are, of course, children - and someone is sharply opposed. For example, the father of the family.
"Immediately after dad said that the dog shouldn't be on the sofa."
“My father kept saying that a dog in the house is evil. Now they sleep like this"
"My dad really didn't want to have a dog, but now I sometimes find them looking like this."
“My father will never admit how much he loves our old dog. But I found this picture in his phone and now he won't get out of it."
"My dad was very much against the dog at first … I think he has already changed his mind."
"And this is my father, who" does not want to have anything to do with this dog."
"He said, 'I don't want a dog.' Then he said, "I don't want a second dog." Okay, okay, dad."
"And he said that a dog will appear in the house only through his corpse."
"My dad always tells me that he hates dogs."
“The father was always strongly opposed to the dog in the house. I bought a puppy at my own peril and risk and expected a tub of slops …"
"Dad didn't want to have a dog, and now they're best friends."
"I'm not a dog lover"
“My father was not happy with the idea of having a dog. But the puppy immediately fell in love with him …"
"My dad didn't want a dog either, and after 15 years they are best friends and are practically inseparable."
"My dad continues to insist that he doesn't like dogs."
"He really didn't want" that damn dog"