Me and my partner recently made the very difficult decision to rehome our 6 month old Hungarian Viszla puppy. My partner was not handling the stress very well. Her university requires a lot of studying and concentration, having the puppy was very distracting. It caused a great deal of stress for her. We both love our puppy very much, we tried and tried to come to an understanding and routines in order to keep the puppy. I know my partner was really just doing it for me, I really did not want to rehome her. It is easier for me to sit back and give many reasons why we should not of done it as I was working during the day, which meant my partner was dealing with this all day every day. I would walk our puppy in the mornings, come home at lunch to walk her and walk her in evenings to try take some of the stress off my partner. Recently I have been working from home which helped a lot, but my partner still felt she was not ready for a dog in her life. Seeing how much stress it was causing my partner I agreed that we would return her to the breeders and they will find her a good home. The issue is I just really want my puppy back. I cant shake the feeling, there is still time to get her back before she finds a new home. On one hand I know that she will find a good home and live a happy life, my partner will be happier and manage to get on with her studies but I am not happy. I know I blame my partner for it, which is not fair, but I cant help it. I fear that if I go and get our dog back my partner wont stay for long. Is it selfish of me to want my puppy back? I just know that with more time and patience things would get better with the pup, I just cannot seem to convince my partner. Note: She was a LOT of work and she required a lot of training. She kept us up at nights for almost the whole time we had her. She was a massive attention seeker but all in all she was a fantastic dog. Very loving and very sassy.