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I just got my first puppy ever (she’s a 9 week old Boston terrier) and I love her with all my heart because she’s so adorable l, but I feel like I’ve made a mistake. A little about me: I’ve never had a dog (not even a family one when I was growing up) and always have had cats. I thought I was ready for this commitment but I guess it turns out I have commitment issues. I’m 21, one year left in college. Right now I can handle the time I need to put aside for her but I’m scared when I go back to school in the fall I won’t have enough time. I’ll also be living in an apartment for the foreseeable future. Then once I graduate I’ll have a 9-5 job where I won’t be able to be with her. She likes my other cat but my cat is terrified of her (she’s scared of everything basically). The breeder I got her from will take her back, which I would totally do but she’s so cute I can’t part with her, plus I’ve already put lots of money into her. I need your opinion on if this is just puppy blues or if I am not a good home for her. I want her to have a home where she will be extremely happy, and I’m worried that I’m not the best fit. Please let me know your thoughts.
(In my opinion I think I’m not the best home but I seriously bawl my eyes out everytime I think of returning her to the breeder… I need help!!)
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