found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Moonbeam capers about and wrestles about with her sister, Hannah, so
happy and relaxed now that her little family is in rescue care.
Although there was, doubtless, some great fun in panhandling along
country roads and scrambling over wooded trails, trying to keep up with
her mom, Moonbeam is obviously very relieved to have a bed and a roof
over her head, and the promise of good meals everyday.
Moonbeam has a shiny, tri-colored coat with speckles. She has a lovely
ruff of white that encircles her neck. Her mother, a lithe, 27 pound
little beauty with a white coat and long hair, is deservedly proud of
Moonbeam, and does not seem at all surprised that her adorable babies
do not resemble her in the least. Both pups are wonderful examples of
hybrid vigor; this terminology is our veterinarian's favorite way of
praising little mutts.
Moonbeam is loving and outgoing; she loves to be held and have her
round puppy belly rubbed. She loves food, she loves her sister - in
fact, Moonbeam seems to love everything and everyone with a hearty and
innocent happiness. She is by nature a rather laid-back,
steady-as-she-goes kind of pup - accepting and understanding of all
that she experiences; she truly seems to enjoy life, and everything it
has to offer.
This easy-going nature, and her great intelligence, along with a keen
desire to please, make Moonbeam a joy to train.
Moonbeam is a happy, stable, and responsive puppy - curious and vibrant
- with an open and positive outlook.
It is hard to imagine any more rewarding task than raising this
marvelous little being.