Luna – 2 year old female Cross-Breed

Luna is a 2 year old female Cross-Breed. She is an active, very friendly and loving girl. She is neutered and she is currently at Eastham, Wirral, CH62. She is perfect for home pet; she has 52 cm height, weighing approx. 20kg (a little overweight).

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Luna been in foster family with a view to adopt for about 3 months now but unfortunately family decided not to adopt and so Luna is looking for her forever home. That’s what they say about her: ” She is super friendly with all adults and children and loves nothing better than tummy rubs and cuddles.

She is very food motivated which works well for her training. Luna needs further training on walks on a lead as she is reactive to other dogs and people at times when n a lead.

She is fine off the lead so we feel further help would be very beneficial to her reactive lead walks. She is a very playful, curious and cheeky girl, and can follow basic commands such as sit, stay, heel. Luna does not get on well with cats but will bond well with other dogs after gentle, cautious introductions.

A family with older children who understand a dogs needs and boundaries would be best for her even though she absolutely loves everyone.”

Luna has no known health issues; Neutered . Vaccinated rabies, DHLPP, worms/fleas treatment, microchipped.

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