Placing a foster dog. Can I visit him, will he feel abandoned.

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This isn’t just any foster dog. I’ve had him for 7 months since he was 3 months old. He was on medical hold for a couple months and then just didn’t get any good apps in. I’ve treated him like my own and contemplated adopting him several times. He is supposed to meet a potential new family in a few hours (they sound awesome), but I’m so sad and conflicted. He is so attached to my moms dog and my dog having grown up with them. They snuggle and play together all the time.

I know he will be sad to leave them and I know he loves us. Obviously I’ll be heartbroken. I’ve wanted to adopt him, but I feel like my life is too unpredictable right now to take on a second dog, since I don’t have a super stable home or work situation right now. I’m trying to be responsible and do what is best for everyone, but I just don’t know what that is.

All of my previous fosters have been with us max 2 months, so I didn’t raise them and have all this time to bond with them. Anyone have experience with rehoming dogs away from the family they were raised with? How do they adjust?

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