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Sophie22 Fri 26-Jun-20 18:20:06

Phoned my partner yesterday to say i have to go into work for one whole day 9 to 5 this is the first time i will be going back in for 3 months and we have a couple of older dogs who we would not be able to leave that long and asked him if he could take time off (days Holiday) and he said he would need a couple of weeks notice before he could this and i said he took 2 days holiday off no notice to take one of them to vets i feel hurt by this should i or am i blowing this out of perportion.

Calendargirl Fri 26-Jun-20 18:22:11

How did you manage before lockdown? Did you have to leave them all day then?

Oopsadaisy3 Fri 26-Jun-20 18:23:11

Sorry, but if he needs to give notice to his employers for a non emergency then I’m afraid that there is nothing you can do.
What usually happens when you are at work? If you don’t normally work a full day , then you will have to work it out with your Employer and tell them that you can’t do a full day at such short notice.

Chewbacca Fri 26-Jun-20 18:26:11

Or check on your local Facebook group, to see if there are any local people who walk dogs, for people who have to go out to work all day. They're CRB checked, licensed and insured.

glammanana Fri 26-Jun-20 18:31:34

I would also consider doggy day care but remember to check that all vaccines are up to date.
How did you manage before lockdown ?

Sophie22 Fri 26-Jun-20 19:15:00

Hi all i work in a school and they wanted me to go in for i full day only and our dogs are never left except for a couple of hours but the other day when i rang him to say the dog has to go to the vets the next morning he was able to take this off without any notice and took the whole day off but when i said about having to go to work he said he would need notice i just felt a bit put out about it all maybe i am wrong.

Chewbacca Fri 26-Jun-20 19:28:47

Maybe his workload got heavier. Maybe some of his colleagues have taken annual leave at the same time. Maybe it's a tricky time of the month for his particular job. Any of these/all of these/none of these could be the reason. Try doggy day care.

Callistemon Fri 26-Jun-20 19:49:58

did you not leave them when you went into skool before lockdown then?
I think you may be blowing this out of perportion reely.
leave them at home.

one of mine ripped up the carpet digging for rabbits when I was out but never mind, their worth it.

lemongrove Fri 26-Jun-20 20:08:04

grin

lemongrove Fri 26-Jun-20 20:09:03

Schools out for Summer......schools out forever.

BlueBelle Fri 26-Jun-20 20:13:53

NOT another one !!!

BibiSarah Sat 27-Jun-20 04:12:17

Hi all i work in a school

I think you're one of those very naughty children who do anything but work at school.

Bathsheba Sat 27-Jun-20 08:36:22

Trying to work out why all these arrangements you make (or don't make) with your partner are over the phone. Doesn't he live with you? Or are you secretly texting him while you should be getting on with your skoolwerk?

rubysong Sat 27-Jun-20 08:55:59

Visit to vets would be treated as an emergency. Looking after them for you to go to work isn't. Maybe taking too many days off for dogs would put his job in jeopardy. As others have said, look for doggy day care.

Squiffy Sat 27-Jun-20 09:09:47

You could go home at lunchtime to see to the dogs and eat lunch from your school lunchbox.

TheReadingRoom Sat 27-Jun-20 09:33:16

The Cinnamon Trust maybe able to help.
cinnamon.org.uk/