Age: 7 months
Spayed/neutered: booked in June 30
Vaccinations: Up to date on the core vaccines.
Kennel trained: needs some encouragement to go in once in a while.
House trained: yes
Best breed guess: bull terrier x
Being fostered in: Weyburn
Adoption fee: $250
Good with dogs: yes, needs slow introductions
Good with cats: Cat selective. Would not be good with cats that run away. If the cat stands their ground she will respect them.
Good with kids: would be best suited to kids that are older and understand how to interact with dogs.
This little lady is full of energy, attitude, character, and love. She would be best suited to an individual or family that is able and willing to involve her in their activities and outings. Luna loves to play with her foster brother (both the human one and the dog one). Luna is working on basic house manners, commands, and just learning how to be a family dog. Luna knows how to sit, lay down, go to bed, shake, touch, spin, and is starting to stay.
Luna had a fairly sheltered past so tends to worry and get startled over certain things. She has already improved so much while being in the care of the rescue. Her foster is working on helping Luna develop positive associations with the things she was once scared of and working on shaping Luna to respond more positively to the situation. Luna's future family will need to be dedicated to continuing this training and socialization.
Luna does have some issues with meeting other animals when she is kenneled or on a leash (barrier frustration) but with the proper introduction does make friends. Once she is friends with dogs she does like to play fairly rough and is like a typical annoying little sister- she never wants to quit even when the others are done. For this reason close supervision, short play sessions, and lots of decompression time in the kennel are very necessary.
Luna truly is a little clown and with bring joy and laughter to her future family. She is very smart and would do well with someone that wants to teach her lots of tricks to keep her brain busy. At the end of the day Luna loves nothing better than to curl up on the couch or bed (only with permission) with her human foster brother.
Luna is available for adoption August 3rd but we are currently accepting applications now. Applications can be found on our website here.