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Originally Posted by SingingSabre View Post
Lauren, if you took on a dog and cannot easily afford the emotional expense, time, or money to keep taking it to the vet, then it's best to take it back.

If there's a better match for your house, then you'll have no feelings of "what if" and no dread for the next vet appointment! It's better all around for you! And the other pup can find a home that can deal with his problems.
You are right...
yes, I'm confident in his adorable personality that he will find a good fit in a home that is ready to accommodate his needs. His great little personality is what makes it so sad

He's been a very good cuddler the last couple evenings. I think he knows I'm sad.
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