Meet Luna! She is a sweet 16-month-old chocolate female Labrador Retriever. Luna came to WCLRR when her owner had some unforeseen circumstances come up and could not take care of her.
Luna has some training. She walks well on a leash, knows some basic commands, and is very eager to learn. Luna is housebroken and has pleasant house manners. Most rescue dogs need to have some additional adjustment time in their new home. Her new family will want to establish a routine and learn her signals to go outside.
Luna is very playful and will jump when excited. For this reason, we can not place Luna with children under the age of eight. She has a happy personality and will shower you with love and attention. Luna loves playing with balls and toys. Her new family needs a supply of safe chew toys for her and should consider getting a chuck to play fetch.
Luna is good with other dogs, and she gets along well with her foster’s Labrador. She has met a few tiny dogs and gets along great with them as well. Luna has not been tested with cats.
Luna is a counter surfer and has been caught getting into her foster’s trash. All counters must be kept clear of any items that could potentially be dangerous to Luna. Also, all trash cans must be locked, under, or in a cabinet, including all bathroom trash. Something as simple as dental floss can harm a dog.
Luna is an athletic dog and would love an active family. Luna would make a good running and hiking partner.
Luna has been spayed, up to date on her shots, and microchipped.