Dogs are very adaptable, I know sometimes it truly is just a BAD FIT and rehoming is the best option.. but MANY MANY times, it is a matter of adjustment, training or just small fixes. Just to be clear,I have NO problem with people rehoming dogs into good homes.. It takes a lot of heart to really look at the dog you love and realize they aren't as happy as they could be and want what is best for them, even if it means the painful decision to rehome. ..I think the sore spot/issue here is sheer numbers of times this seems to have occurred.. especially from breeder pups (who would have had secure homes somewhere else/where the breeder assumes that they are selling a puppy to a person as a PERMANENT home ) not to mention the bounce back rates between rehoming/buying new dogs being described here. I don't know the situation in specifics, and as somebody that has rehomed a dog before, I know how hard it is and sometimes situations are hard to talk about/describe over the internet but either way, I really do hope this little guy has a forever home.