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Is a 10 year age difference too much?

John Gray answers readers' questions about their relationships.
BY John Gray For The Oklahoman Modified: December 20, 2012 at 11:25 am •  Published: December 20, 2012

— Pooch's Pop, in Spokane, Ore.

Dear Pop: Consider a joint custody arrangement, as do other divorced couples when a dog, cat or other beloved pet, becomes a point of contention. Agree to share in all future vet bills as well. As you probably know, those expenses can add up to a substantial amount of money over the years. Further, agree that if one of the two of you leaves the area — for example moving 100 or more miles away — that the one who stays will get complete custody of the dog. After all, you don't want Pepper having his own frequent flier account. As to who gets Pepper over the holidays, I'll leave that one up to you.

2012 John Gray's Mars Venus Advice. Distributed by Creators Syndicate. John Gray is the author of “Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus.” If you have a question, write John in care of this newspaper, or by email at: All questions are kept anonymous, and will be paraphrased.