Samantha, in regards to your private feedback, I wanted to respond........You stated that you did not understand this to be an "to be owner occupied and a house-share situation without private entrance". I went back and reviewed my listing description to make sure that this was clear and don't see what else I could have written to make it more clear. There are specifically titled paragraphs that detail Guest Private Space vs Guest Shared Space and Guest Access that clearly describe that this is a shared space without private entrance with accurate photos. I encourage you to read the listing descriptions or ask questions if you are unclear as it is never my intent to mislead guests...quite the opposite actually. In regards to not knowing about the dog..there is a setting that I check that says a dog lives in the house, but when I previewed the listing, I did not see that that was clear from a guest perspective, so I apologize that that was unclear. I have added more language under "Other things to note" to make it clear that a dog lives here and will want to meet guests. This is not the right house for someone who does not want a dog greeting them, so I wish I had known your concern. I would have held him back, if you had told me. You specifically said that you like dogs and your interaction with him suggested that you were comfortable so I had no idea. I also wish you had told me about the tv, when I asked if, you had any questions or needed anything and I would have shown you how to change the inputs for use with Roku. Also given that the dog is in the house with me with his doggy bed on the main floor, I imagine that there may be a slight canine aroma as you walk through house, if you have a sensitive sense of smell, even thought the house is professionally cleaned on a regular basis. I have never had that complaint when I rent the whole space without him and I in it, so yes, you may smell a dog when a dog is there in the shared part of the house. Again, I will make extra sure guests know that a dog will be in the house from now on. However, I know for a fact that you did not have that smell or any dog interaction in your private guest space because he is never allowed in there and is never even allowed to roam the third level where private guest space is located. I wish you had made that clear when you mentioned that in your review. Overall, I'd like to say that air BnB is a shared economy with a responsibility to both guest and host to communicate effectively in order that all expectations are met. I take my role as host very seriously and want my guest to be happy. When I travel as a guest, I also take that role very seriously and know that that it is my responsibility to read listing descriptions carefully and ask questions/make needs known. I never penalize hosts, if they offer what they say they will offer and always ask for reasonable things, if I need them.