Is it really necessary to yell and scold the pup like that? It already happened, and I've already told him it was bad. You don't need to ream him out more when he goes to lay down at your feet, genius (Now he's going to think you're irritated at him for being near you. Not like it matters, because you always get irritated at him when he's wanting your attention.). So what? He peed on the floor a little because we weren't paying much attention. That's our fault, not his. And besides, he doesn't do it all the time. It was an accident. Not like you'd care, though if it were a young child, you'd act completely different.
Your (extremely irritated) son
(P.S. For months, I've really began to think that moving out of your house is a great idea.)
Listening to: My boyfriend, Arthur
Reading: One Flew Over The Cukoo's Nest
Playing: Flight Rising | Chicken Smoothie's Easter Event
Eating: Cheese Scones