Stop giving your dog liquor
Why is Jessica’s dog on ‘Love Is Blind’ drinking from her wine glass?
There are a couple of rules I’ve backed down from when it comes to dogs: 1. Never let a dog lick me on the face/mouth. 2. Keep dogs off of the furniture. The problem is there’s not a dog owner alive who hasn’t had a dog catch them slipping. If your dog has never snuck in a face kiss, you own ‘Lectronimo, not Astro (from “The Jetsons”). And as much as I was completely opposed to dogs on furniture, I eventually gave up on that — or got pushed over by a 50–60 pound body that decided I was her pillow.
The minute Jessica leaned over and let her dog drink from her wine glass, all I could do was throw my hands up in the air.
I understand the close camaraderie that dog owners want to have with their pets, but can we please agree on one thing? Under absolutely no circumstances should your dog be drinking from your glass nor should your pup be drinking liquor at all. Jessica from “Love Is Blind” — the least-liked cast member on this bizarre dating show — was unlikable enough for toying with Mark’s feelings. But the minute Jessica leaned over and let her dog drink from her wine glass, all I could do was throw my hands up in the air.
She is not alone though. Do an image search right now for dogs drinking wine, beer and other hard liquor, and you’ll unfortunately find plenty more. No matter how old your dog is, she is never old enough to drink liquor. And you’re also trying to make her ill in the process.