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Age: 5 years
Sex: Female (spayed)
Breed: Pit Bull Terrier
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Vet Info: Luna is blind in one eye. Her caregiver writes, she was blind in one eye when she was pulled from the shelter as a puppy and it doesn't seem to affect her at all. She had a three-year babies vaccine on 11/17/2014. She had a distemper vaccine in November, 2015. She has not had a recent heartworm test. Luna weighs 55 lbs.
Owner Info: Luna is a beautiful pit bull terrier who was being fostered for another rescue but that rescue no longer exists. Now after several years, Luna and her current foster mom's other dog no longer get along. They got into a fight and can no longer be together. Due to a recent divorce and job circumstances, Luna is now crated most of the day. Her current foster mom wants to find her a better home where she doesn't have to be crated and can get the attention she deserves. Luna is listed on several pet adoption sites and has been posted on Facebook. Her foster mom is hoping that more exposure will help find Luna a loving home. â¨
Luna is house-broken and leash-trained. She is a smart girl who knows commands, sit, paw, and crate. Luna is outgoing and good with men, women, and children, as well as cats. She has never shown aggression to a human. She gets along with other dogs but if another dog snaps at her or tries to push her, she reacts and does not back down. There have been a couple of incidents in the house, all started by another dog. Luna's foster mom also wants us to know Luna is a great dog and she fees it is unfair to her to keep her confined to the crate. She wants her to be free and get the love and attention she deserves.
*Owner Surrender Disclaimer: These are blind and visually impaired dogs that are living in homes, but their owners can no longer keep them. These dogs are with their owners, and are not in BDRA foster homes. We do our best to screen these dogs, but make no guarantees regarding their temperament.
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