Our expert says:
Interesting, isn't it, how many people post a wide range of stories here, but asking " Am I being unreasonable?" If only the really unreasonable people in the world ever worried about that !
Anyhow, presumably your husband feels that if he gives the Rotts to his uncle, he will be able to eventually get them back when things get better financially, whereas of course if he sells them or gives them to a stranger, he won't be able to get them back. So its understandable - will the price you'd get for them significantly help with the financial situation ? Sounds like it would, and this should surely be an important aspect of the solution you're looking for.
And surely a major issue is whether the dogs will be best looked after if sold. Usually, people work harder to look after something they paid for.
Can he even aford to feed the dogs well until the uncle takes them - can Uncle feed them well ? Ask him to think about the dogs' welfare first
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