Hi there, i posted a blog a few days ago looking for some advice on our unaffectionate, timid new corgi. So since then things havn't progressed and if anything he's regressed in his potty training. My breeder thinks we should return our puppy to her because she thinks it's not a good fit and that the temperament test just didn't pan out. She is the rescue coordinator for new england so he won't be going to some shelter or anything. She'll most likely keep him or give him to another breeder. He's not very inquisitive, overly friendly, or confident either. He generally seems unhappy most of the time with the exception for an hour or so of happiness with us. A lot of people are saying this is just a puppy fear stage and him adjusting to his new surroundings, his separation anxiety from his litter mates, mother, etc. But it has been two full weeks i took all of last week off to spend with him and my girlfriend has been home most of the time off as well, so its been an accelerated 2 weeks. To boot, his socialization with strangers were very often as we would run into at least 2-3 sets of people everyitme we went to take him out to the bathroom because we live in a dog friendly apartment. It seems like he should have adjust by now. We were certainly expecting to see some slow progressoin but in the stranger dept, zero has been made. The breeder is concerned about his fear and (what will become aggression issues) and thinks we should return him to her and she'll refund our money. Is this the right thing to do? Are we giving up too quickly? We really don't feel too bonded with him because he rarely wants to be around us when we're laying around and when we're outside he's just sniffing and eating stuff so we don't get a ton of the walking bonding either. She seems to think he'll be happier in another situation. Is it the best thing for the dog to just return him and have her keep him?