Just now reaching 8 weeks of age, Puppy Luna had a rough start to life. Rescued at just 3 weeks old, she was dropped at the shelter without her mama or litter mates. Puppies at this most critical stage need their mamas and litter mates to help them thrive, develop, and learn. Without them, Luna’s foster mom provided round-the-clock, 24/7 care, during the initial weeks to insure she recovered from her frail, fragile condition. Another foster mom is now exposing Luna to lots of new people, places, things, and to other dogs, who teach her valuable lessons that only a dog can teach.
Luna is an active girl. Feisty is her first, middle, and last name. She has two speeds only: Feisty and energetic…or asleep. She’s a busy bee and will keep her adopters busy as she continues to grow and learn. At this stage, she requires total and complete commitment. But Luna is sweet and lovable and eager for playtime and toys and is a joy to watch. And she’s a sweetheart who offers up kisses all day long.
She’s still so young, we cannot yet say what her breed mix is, so we’re calling her a “lab mix.” Time will tell. We also cannot predict what her adult size will be. She is still a mystery in the making.
Luna is a 6 pound female, possibly lab mix, fully vetted, up to date on vaccinations, still learning housetraining, and will need to spayed at the appropriate age.
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