It's always kind of weird when they're in the room. Sometimes I have no problem with it, and sometimes it weirds me out.
When I was in high school my dog would never leave the room, and would always watch intently. That was always really weird.
I also once lived in an apartment where you could hear EVERYTHING your neighbors did. Once I heard the upstairs neighbors getting it on, then a loud barking, and a guy shrieking. I can only imagine what happened, but I'm sure that dog was never allowed in the room again.
i would think it weird as well.. i'm not sure what i would do though, whether it's in the room or not - it seems to kill the mood both ways. if you have a closed and safe backyard, i'd put him outside for a bit?
My dog annoys the fuck out of me at times and has a tendency to spoil the mood yet if we shut the door he will cry like a baby outside the door. Any tips or does this not bother you?
my boy's dog will try to get up on the bed sometimes. when we're done he will often be caught licking the bed where our juicy spots were! EW.
my kitties like to hang out no matter what we're doing. sometimes it's odd if they get in the way or up in our biz, but we just laugh about it and move them off the bed, or ignore them if they're just minding their own business for the most part.
We used to have a cat who would try to continue his cat nap at the foot of the bed while we had sex. His presence never bothered us, but I'm pretty sure our presence bothered him, because he eventually got up and left! lol
OMG just posted this as a discussion before i saw this. YES my dog is the same way. He got the message after awhile and now leaves the room running..... at first it just pissed him off... now he is like OH SHiT! Get me outta here..... lol
It creeps me out.... Id rather have mine than my friends' her dog is the same but stays and once she tried to lick her Girlfiends ass...lol ewww
I have a small dog and he usually stays at the end of the bed if we're not doing anything too crazy. We let him stay there because he gets way more upset and distracting if we put him on the floor or in his cage.