You gotta let that go man. You found a good home for your guy and as you said he's happy.My wife and I still feel very guilty that we failed him
We took our dog to a Master trainer for issues relating to his behavior around our kids. He was fine till they started walking, and then they kept cornering him, stepping on his tail etc. She told us this is an extremely difficult behavior to influence and her own dog was not good around very little children.Fozzy is a Goodendoodle we got as a pup. Charlie(brown dog) is a Labradoodle we adopted at about 10 months and had him for 2 years.
Fozzy is a very good dog who loves to be off leash, snow and water. We invested a lot of time into her. She is great with the twins.
We gave up Charlie to a wonderful family who drove 8 hours to adopt him. He is very loveable, craved attention, obsessed with tennis balls, but very challenging at times. He snapped at our kids a few times and we could not trust him or risk something happening. It was a very tough decision to find a new home for him.
My wife and I still feel very guilty that we failed him, but we do not have the time to give him what he needed. He is very happy with his new family but he will always be apart of ours.
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If she has any Maine coon in her it's gotta be a very small %, she only weighs about 6-7lbs.