My example had to do with a breeder facing the decision of either keeping a puppy with temperamental or health issues or to cull that pup. I was just trying to illustrate the other decisions that have to be taken into consideration if a breeder decides to keep a "damaged" pup. (Yes, I know I need a better word than damaged but I cannot think of one right now.) I am talking about a pup that has such issues that the breeder does not feel right putting that burden on someone else. And, like I said, having the ability to take back stable dogs does not necessarily mean one has the ability to take care of a dog with such severe issues that it could be seen at 8 weeks of age. Such issues take a lot of time and effort that someone who is already working with multiple dogs might not have. When I say having room I am talking much more about the time invested rather than space. So when I am talking about not being able to keep the hypothetical pup I don't think that necessarily has any bearing on the person's ability to take back a healthy dog (ie a pup that was not culled). Sorry, evidently I cannot communicate clearly today.
And FYI, I am not talking about me. I don't want people to mistakenly think I am breeding or have any of these issues.