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Old 10-01-2019, 11:05 AM
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I'm the closest I've ever been to rehoming my dog

I adopted her a little of 3 years ago. She was a pain I'm the ass. Shes a good dog now, but still has some accidents in the house. Anyway, we just havnt been compatible from day one. Shes very energetic, and I'm not. I've always just sucked it up, and got her exercise in, but I didnt enjoy it. I've always had anxiety, and depression. I'm always worried that something is wrong with, so I'm just blowing my money away at the vet. Ot sounds terrible, but I very rarely find joy in her presents, but I try to act like it just for her sake. I'm sick of basically living a lie, and being so stressed out all the time. I think she senses this in me, and is in turn miserable too. I was think of just going to the no kill shelter I got her, and asking if they could help me rehome her. I think she would be better off with someone who genuinely enjoyed having a dog. I saw a video of a pit bull online that was left at a shelter, and it had the saddest look on his face. My dog looks exactly like that one. And I just dont think I could leave her there like that. I dont know what to do.
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Old 10-01-2019, 12:04 PM
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Nick, I am not sure what exactly you are looking for? In your other thread about rehoming your dog, you already received opinions. https://www.dogforum.com/dog-health/...ome-my-366383/

If you really can't see yourself going forward with having the dog in your life then you have to make that decision. Have you asked family members if they would be interested taking the dog?
I don't know, but maybe you could look into some pitbull rescues who might be able to help you out. It will be very difficult for your dog having to go through the rehoming process, no doubt about that! In time though, she will find happiness again, when/if she gets adopted.

However, that still leaves you needing help with your issues!!! Those will not be fixed by rehoming your dog!
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Old 10-01-2019, 12:10 PM
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Yes, I'm aware of my previous thread, and I appreciate the advice, but I can gauruntee, no amount of therapy will fix my issues. The only thing that would fix me is if I rehome my dog. And I dont know any friends or family who arent completely ignorant when it comes to owning a dog. I think the best thing would be to just be miserable for the next 10 or so years. I dont think I could put her through the truama of rehoming.
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