Recently I've become really frustrated with a rescue that continually places dogs only to have them returned a few weeks later. I understand that it doesn't always work out, but one dog in particular was adopted out 2 or 3 times in a matter of weeks, and returned for the same reasons. It's just not fair to the dog and the rescue seems to be oblivious to their part in the failure of the adoption. People who are members of the rescue's facebook page lay blame on the adopters for not giving the dogs a chance, but if a dog has a known fear of men, why would you adopt the dog out to a family with an adult man, not once, but TWICE? I really wanted to foster and eventually adopt from this rescue, but now I'm having second thoughts. Their adoption application is very thorough and they ask for references and perform home visits, but they seem to totally miss the boat when it comes to placing dogs. I'm so conflicted...I want to say something, but don't want to jeopardize my chance of adopting from them in the near future. What would you do?