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Luna has been adopted! We can’t wait to tell you about her new family – stay tuned for her “furever” story.

Hi! My name is Luna. You may not be able to tell I’m a Golden because I’m awfully brown, but I’ll fill you in on a little secret – I am part Saint Bernard! I have beautiful, wavy brown hair with lots of golden highlights mostly around the back, and I have a great big splat of white on my chest. People think I have the best of both the Golden and St. Bernard personalities so you know I’m very friendly. I just had my first birthday so I act like a typical puppy. My foster mom is helping me work on all my manners, but mostly how to walk like a lady on the leash and how to use my indoor manners in the house when new people come over to visit. I already know how to go in the kennel and my foster mom is teaching me some basic commands and some tricks. She says I’m pretty smart and learn fast.

Right now, I am learning how to share attention with other dogs but I am not very good at that. I LOVE playing with other dogs, but I’m just not very good when it comes time for the attention. For this reason, I have to be the only dog in a home. I have had some experience with cats so that may be okay. My ideal family would be an active one that would love to include me in everything. I LOVE people and am happiest when I’m around those who love me. A very young child would not be a good idea because I’m pretty young myself and quite squirrely and might knock over a toddler. As I said, I’m not good about sharing attention, so I need to be the only dog in the home. It is also preferable that I’m not left alone for long hours during the day. While I am trustworthy in the house, I get antsy when I’m alone for more than about 4 hours at a time. A stay-at-home worker or a retired family would be ideal. I’m all “fixed” and ready for adoption, are you the one I’m going to rescue?

Note: Potential adopters must have a fenced yard attached to their house. We do not adopt out of state.