My foster mom and dad met my previous owner at the Venice Boardwalk. Although his intentions were good by taking me in, he was a young kid who did not know how to care for me properly. I wasn't allowed in the house so they kept me in their car very often so the landlord wouldn't find out about me. Once my foster parents found out how bad my living conditions were, they decided to talk to him about taking me in to find me the right home. The boy agreed and I moved in with my new foster family with other dogs and even cats! They noticed immediately I was very timid and wouldn't even bark. Due to my previous living situation, I was not allowed to make any noise and was always scolded when I barked. My foster parents worked with me until my personality started coming out. Even though I still have my shy moments, I am a completely different dog from when they took me in. I love to play with my foster brothers and sisters, both dogs and cats. I've been introduced to so many new things including very small people (kids) who I try to be very careful and calm around. Sometimes I can be very silly and roll around on the couch with my ball but other times I like to lay on my back and snuggle up on the couch. I am potty-trained and have the willingness to learn from someone who can teach me new tricks. My foster parents tell me all the time how special I am and how much they love me but unfortunately can't keep me. Their goal is to find me the best responsible, loving home for me to grow up in. I want SO badly to find my forever family with people who will love me unconditionally that I can play and cuddle with!
If you are interested in meeting me, please download the Adoption Questionnaire, fill it out and fax it back to us at (310) 362-0321. You can also meet me and/or other available dogs at Forte weekend adoptions.
[Luna is 2.5 years old and weighs 57 lbs.]
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