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Hey guys I am currently a freshman in college well anyway I owned my lab mix when I was a sophomore in highschool and had to pass him on as my parents wouldn't allow for it anymore(I was crushed) anyway I taught my pup every command and trick in the book and had such a close bond with her. I haven't seen her in over a year and a half but I have access to the new owners and are old friends with them but would it be too depressing on my dogs end for me to just jump in his life again for a few moments and leave? I really want to see her and play with her but do not want to give her false hope I can stay with her.... What should I do:(?
 

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Hey guys I am currently a freshman in college well anyway I owned my lab mix when I was a sophomore in highschool and had to pass him on as my parents wouldn't allow for it anymore(I was crushed) anyway I taught my pup every command and trick in the book and had such a close bond with her. I haven't seen her in over a year and a half but I have access to the new owners and are old friends with them but would it be too depressing on my dogs end for me to just jump in his life again for a few moments and leave? I really want to see her and play with her but do not want to give her false hope I can stay with her.... What should I do:(?
She's probably used to her new owners by now. I think as long as you make it a habit to visit she would love it! Although she may ignore you at first lol I went on a week vacation and my lab avoided me for a few hours and tagged my husband around. I don't think she would do that though.
 
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I agree, if you can visit often it would be nice for both you and the dog, as long as you can cope with leaving her each time. She will have bonded with her new owners, which is a good thing I'm sure you'll agree?
 
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