I don't like 'get rid of' and if that's how you feel about your dog, then fgs find it another home by all means. Fact is in these days where people are having a fincially hard time, it's often NECESSARY to find a new home for a pet. Sad fact, born out by how many dogs are in Shelters these days 'through no fault of their own'!! I happen to feel I made a commitment to those pups we kept from the occasional litters we bred, for our next generation. But on occasion things got pretty close to HAVING to reduce numbers. Stuff happens.
It's all very well for people to spout 'it's supposed to be for life' but again, stuff happens. If the welfare of the dog is at risk, owners home lost, finances gone, then clearly any dog has to be found another loving home.
Whether it's ok in your case, only you know depending on what's happened in your life.
I would just add that all too often for some people it's 'easy come, easy go'.
Add - Reading one of your comments - seems you really didn't think through what having a dog actually meant, long-term. Too bad (for the dog!). As this is the case, I think the dog needs to go back to whoever bred him - most good breeders have a return clause which is for the life of the dog. As a retired breeders, I'd HATE to think a pup I'd bred and carefully homed, was eventually going to be 'dumped' because it's not convenient to keep him, which it appears this is?