I would wait. Let work settle down.
In rescue, we had a great adopter whose job suddenly went from a normal 9-5 to having to travel 5 out of 7 days a week. The dog lived in boarding more than at home. It was great, high-end, fancy, vet-supervised boarding, but...still boarding. In the dog's mind, the boarding place became "home." The dog was a young one, too. When we got him back, he was a wild-child with no manners, since he had not been in a real home enough recently to understand or remember boundaries. We had to start over with him, before we could rehome him.
All the love, money, and good intentions in the world won't make up for you not having time to spend with the dog.