The nurse was here to see my husband. I have 4 dogs, and 2 like to jump on strangers for attention. Because of this, I had them locked in my bedroom with me. However, I needed to use the restroom and while leaving the room in my wheelchair the dogs got out. I yelled out that I was sorry, but I had to use the restroom and would get the dogs in just a moment. Before I could, the nurse decided on her own to remove my dogs, and to put them in my bedroom, without permission to do anything and especially without permission to get near my personal bedroom. She would have been within her rights to remove herself from the situation, and I wouldn't have blamed her. The dogs are not aggressive at all, but I wouldn't have wanted them jumping on me.
When I went to the living room, I told her that she had no right going to my room, and to leave my house immediately. She didn't. I had to forcefully repeat myself 3-4 times before she finally left. If I'd had my phone handy, i would have called the police to remove her.
Again, she had full rights to remove herself from annoying dogs. And if I had not had to use the restroom immediately, this situation would not have come up. But someone cannot stay in a house when they've been told to leave.