Right, and because re-homing is shallow you produced litter after litter and re-homed those pups and put them into the possible situation of being passed around....
Oh the irony and hypocrisy....mindblowing....
Mrs. K, I really have no clue what you are talking about. I have never considered rehoming any of my breeding bitches. Sorry. I have several bitches here that I have dropped from my program, never bred and am keeping and working with just the same. I only rehomed a dog after having used him once for breeding, partly because he did not produce the type of dog I wanted to produce. And even then, I kept him and worked him for a year, and only sold him when someone came to me looking for a dog with all the qualifications he had. I never replaced him either. I currently don't have a dog.
But whatever, you are comparing apples to oranges, as usual.
But let's talk about you, for a moment. Before you ever got the Mal, your marriage was on the rocks and your husband's job was uncertain, and you weren't communicating with him about bringing yet another bitch into your situation.
We, many of us advised against it. But you strode forward and brought in yet another dog. So now you have gotten rid of the Malinois, and now are whining about getting rid of Indra. Talk about revolving doors. I guess I should be happy they are going to new homes and not being put down, but still. I really don't care if you have dogs because you work with them, do sport with them, show them, breed them. Rehoming a dog is ok if it is better for all three parties involved: the old owner, the new owner and the dog, and probably not in that order. If you can pass that test, then why even come on the internet and ask if it is a good idea?
ETA: I did not say re-homing was shallow. I said most of the reasons to re-home dogs are shallow.