Well, we found a Koda a excellent home and he went about 11:00 last night. I am going to see him this morning. I miss him so much already, but I know it was best for him, he is going to get all the attention in the world and he will get to be a indoor dog, something we couldn't provide. We fought with whether we should keep him or not but in the end, it came down to Koda's well being and happiness. He is going to live on a fully fenced 1 acre place where the couple are retired so they are home all the time, they like to go vacationing and they want to take him to the water and go play on their boat. I don't think I could have found him a better home. But I miss him like crazy, my house seems so quiet, well, other than three spazzy Pomeranians. But at least I know that Koda is happy. My Koda Bear: http://www.dogster.com/?40538
I know and that is why we did it, it was wrong to keep him here and not be able to give him everything he deserves. Now, he was still spoiled, but nothing like what he will get now. I know it was right, but it's still hard. I really miss him.
Sometimes doing the right thing is one of the hardest things to do. You were unselfish and had the pups best interest in mind. Sure now you feel terrible but wait a few days and then go see how happy she is and I am sure you will feel the weight of the world has been lifted. Good for you.
Ditto, Aisha. I'm sorry I know you must feel bad though. Have a good day! Rusty the Golden Retriever http://www.dogster.com/?68489 Bailey the Pug http://www.dogster.com/?68491 Ariel the Chihuahua http://www.dogster.com/?68494 Lady the Greyhound http://www.dogster.com/?78537
Well, I talked to the owners today and I guess he missed us alot last night but after a while made himself right at home on their bed. I am hoping to see him in an hour or so but I am also afraid that it is going to make it harder on him. I think he will be okay though. Thank you for all of your support. I don't know what I would do without this forum.
It is never easy to let them go. I just had to do the same thing not too long ago. I dont know the circumstances but it sounds as if you have placed him in a wonderful home and it will be best for him. Bailey went to a 6 acre home in Indiana where she is so very happy. I wont be able to see her but I am in contact with the new family. I miss her daily but I know she is happy and where she belongs, with people who love her.