Robert Pattinson & Kristen StewartMost people kind of assumed they were over for good after he moved out of their house, but now Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are supposedly fighting over who will keep their dog, Bear -- a sure sign that the couple has decided to call it quits.

Rob & Kristen rescued Bear from a high-kill shelter in New Orleans in happier times, and now it looks like the poor dog is caught up in the aftermath of Kristen's cheating with director Rupert Sanders. Apparently Pattinson is dead-set on keeping the dog, and since Kristen is the reason their relationship is over, most people would probably agree that she should let Rob have him.

But just because she gave into temptation and cheated on her longtime love doesn't mean Kristen loves Bear any less, so odds are good that she won't give him up without a fight.

After they adopted the pup, he almost died from Parvo, but Kristen managed to nurse him back to health. They were bonded from that point forward, and she even brought him along on a lot of her travels over the years.

Rob seems equally as attached to Bear, however, and thinks that hanging on to his beloved dog will help him move on and get over the split.

Both of these two really seem to have valid arguments for why they should keep the dog, and Kristen thinks she has a solution for their battle -- joint custody. (Joint custody of a dog? Do people really do that?)

But I'm not sure sharing Bear is the best idea at this point considering just how fresh the wounds still are from what happened. If they share the dog, they'll be forced to see each other a lot more often, and it's probably best if they keep their distance until the dust settles down on this scandal a bit.

One of them is probably going to have to suck it up and let go of the pooch, which is definitely not an easy thing to do.

You can hear more about when Rob & Kristen adopted Bear while filming Breaking Dawn in this video clip.

What do you think -- who should keep Bear? Rob or Kristen?

 

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