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I rehomed my dog. The new owners said I can visit him whenever I want to see him. Is 5 days later too soon?

I rehomed my dog. The new owners said I can visit him whenever I want to see him. Is 5 days later too soon?First, they were being nice. They were not really expecting you to stop by on any random day without calling (i.e. “whenever I want”). Or to visit at all. Ever.Second, if you gave your dog up through a rescue or shelter, the rescue or shelter might have rules about disrupting the dogs’ new life. Check the surrender agreement and adoption agreement.If you have an informal agreement with the new owner(s) - no shelter or rescue adoption contract - then the new owner is an idiot because you could randomly demand your dog back claiming you just asked them to take care of your dog for a while.Most adoption contracts indicate you have 3 business days from surrender to change your mind. After that 3 business days is past you have no legal right or privilege to be anywhere near the dog. You’re just another person on the street.When I’m asked to foster a new rescue, for example, I do not tell anyone I have the dog for those 3 business days. Once the 3 business days is past, I can post pictures and let friends and family know about my new foster. The rescue is responsible for advertising when the dog is available for adoption, which might be a few days, weeks or even months after those 3 business days.Third, if you gave the dog up then you should never visit the dog because it will confuse the dog and delay settling in, training, confidence, etc. The new owners will have all sorts of behavioral issues to deal with given the confusion.

How can I re-home my Yorkie pup while I have to go on a mission?

I’m not sure what your asking here, but here is some general information:You can rehome any dog at any time for any reason unless you signed a contract that you wouldn’t (any reputable breeder or decent rescue made you sign a contract to contact them and return the dog if you ever couldn’t keep it).Dog rehoming is permanent. If you give up the dog, you can’t get it back when you change your mind or your circumstances change. This is often what is best for the dog, too, rather than repeated back-and-forths.You can pay a kennel or dog sitter or ask a friend to watch your dog for a set period of time. There are also a few charities that work with US armed forces or other specific groups to provide foster homes for dogs whose owners have specific reasons why they can’t care for them short-term.Why did you get a puppy when you knew or should have known that you would be having to leave “on a mission” in the near future?

Should we take our dog to a shelter as we can’t take him when we move?

A shelter is better than leaving him to die abandoned in your empty home or apartment or to be turned loose to hit by a car and die alone in an alleyway.That said, there are a few things you should try first.Can you really not take the dog with you? Really? Strangely, thousands and millions of people have managed to move across the country, overseas, and into rental units without getting rid of their beloved pets. What is keeping your from keeping the dog?Where did you get the dog? Any half-decent breeder or rescue group made you sign a contract that gave them something akin to the “right of first refusal.” That is, you must by the contract you signed contact the breeder/rescue and ask if they want/will take the dog back. Almost all will if you give them enough notice (several weeks minimum).Do you have any friends or do you have the dog’s vet/trainer/groomer? Ask if they want the dog. Private rehomes can often be quite successful and you will know where the dog went and that it is being well-cared-for.Try a breed rescue. Even if your dog is not a purebred, reach out to any breed rescue groups of any breeds you know or think are in your dog. Breed rescues often have more resources like foster homes so that they can keep dogs without euthanizing for space - but contact them early so they have the best chance of being able to accommodate your dog!Only after I had tried all of the above would I drop my dog off at a shelter.

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