I have to preface this to say this was not a quick decision adopting a dog. I researched a lot and have been wanting a dog for 14 years. I have been caring for friends and neighbours pugs for a long time and know the breed very well. I knew I was in a position to give a lot of love to an adopted dog as I work from home. So I adopted a 2-year-old dog a few days ago and I have to admit I am feeling incredibly overwhelmed. He is lovely, friendly, cuddly and the absolute cutest. But I feel as if I can't think about anything else except how he is feeling and I can't help but feel guilty. Does he like me? Does he miss his old place? Is he happy? To think he might not be makes me so sad. I have broken down twice thinking I am not good enough to care for someone else. He seems to have abandonment issues as the previous owner left him for long periods of time. He also has pooed and peed inside even though he was supposed to be potty trained and has been walked a lot. I just feel helpless and feeling like he doesn't like being here or something. I feel like it will always be like this now. His previous owner was gone most of the day. He didn't get to meet that many other dogs and I think his schedule was completely different as they worked weird hours. So I think part of it is the fact his schedule is changing dramatically. I work from home and I am with him 20 hours a day at least and he is getting so much love. We go for walks at least 6 times a day for a total of 2 hours. He gets to socialise with other dogs and he sleeps with me. I feel like I am giving him everything I have and it's not enough! Does this feeling go away? Is this just the adjustment period and we will both fall into a routine together? Please help a new dog owner out.