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I have a 4 month old Aussie Shepherd/ACD mix. Honestly, I’m thankful he’s not a super energetic boy (honestly very mellow and likes to nap a lot), and he’s super, super smart. I love him to the moon and back.
Potty training and obedience training hasn’t been an issue, but leash training has. Otherwise, he’s amazing- I can give him free roam of my apartment for 8+ hours and nothing will get destroyed, even if I’m out.
But I keep having thoughts about not wanting to keep him, or worrying if I’m not a good fit for him. I am very busy and usually at work, but all of my time outside of that and sleep are dedicated for him. I don’t know if that’s enough. He seems happy and there is no destructive behavior so… I’m thinking he is happy.
But why do I feel like I don’t want him??? I do, I wanted another dog for so long, I love him even if he pisses me off, I can’t imagine my life without him, but why do I feel like I don’t want him???? I miss having at least some time to myself, but I would never, ever want to rehome him or anything. He is my chunky monkey, my baby bear, my buboo. I love him but I’ve cried so many times about this anxiety and exhaustion and thought so many times about the what ifs.
Am I a bad owner?? Am I really wrong for keeping him despite these feelings??? Is there something wrong with me????
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