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Facts about me

Breed
Great Pyrenees
Color
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
17789976

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Age:1.5

Breed: Great Pyrenees 

Weight: 70

Luna is not an AAHA Rescue dog. We are just posting as a courtesy for someone that is looking to rehome her. To find out more information and/or meet her you can contact  Shawn at shawnwinpigler@gmail.com   or  301-748-9646.

Luna is a 1 ½ year old Great Pyrenees female that weighs approximately 70 lbs. She is spayed and up to date on her shots. Luna grew up for about 10 months in a mobile home with two adults and at least one teenage girl. She quickly outgrew the mobile home and ended up in a foster home. My wife and I picked up Luna from the foster back in October. At the foster, Luna lived with cats, small dogs, and rabbits and a single adult female. She is our only pet in our home, and we have no children.

Luna is incredibly sweet and playful with my wife and me. However, she has difficulty meeting new people. For example, when we met Luna the first time, she was behind a gate and wouldn’t stop barking without treats, or really until the foster went into another area. She resource guards the home and her people. My wife and I went back to the foster another time before adopting and Luna was much better. Presumely because she started to trust us as the treat factories we became, the time prior. Also of note, Luna has been to get her nails trimmed and didn’t bark or have any issues with the groomer so again it’s mainly resource guarding the home, or when the owner is in sight.  

Luna had a bite incident with my sister in-law about a month after we got her. After speaking with a behaviorist, we think the bite was a one-off and just an introduction that happened too quickly and triggered by something.   

I wouldn’t consider rehoming Luna without seeing how sweet she can be to us and the potential of being that way with her future owners. She is house trained and will let you know when she needs to go out, usually with a head nod or two. She is crate trained, in the sense that she goes in willingly, but she’ll still be sad for a couple minutes while you leave.

Luna loves to play with plushes, chew toys, and balls, though she hasn’t quite mastered the concept of fetch. She knows some basic commands like paw, sit, lay down, and let’s go.

Luna likes to go on hikes, but she is also satisfied with a couple of short walks around the neighborhood and plenty of naps. Luna has lived with children, cats, and smaller dogs in the past but currently is the only pet in our home. We’re located in Mount Airy, MD and will travel to meet with potential adopters. Luna is free to a good home and she will come fully stocked with a bed, treats, kibble, toys, a crate, and more. 

 Contact Shawn at shawnwinpigler@gmail.com      His cell is  301-748-9646.

Owner will screen adopters since this is not an AAHA dog.

July 5, 2022, 7:43 pm

Age:1.5

Breed: Great Pyrenees 

Weight: 70

Luna is not an AAHA Rescue dog. We are just posting as a courtesy for someone that is looking to rehome her. To find out more information and/or meet her you can contact  Shawn at shawnwinpigler@gmail.com   or  301-748-9646.

Luna is a 1 ½ year old Great Pyrenees female that weighs approximately 70 lbs. She is spayed and up to date on her shots. Luna grew up for about 10 months in a mobile home with two adults and at least one teenage girl. She quickly outgrew the mobile home and ended up in a foster home. My wife and I picked up Luna from the foster back in October. At the foster, Luna lived with cats, small dogs, and rabbits and a single adult female. She is our only pet in our home, and we have no children.

Luna is incredibly sweet and playful with my wife and me. However, she has difficulty meeting new people. For example, when we met Luna the first time, she was behind a gate and wouldn’t stop barking without treats, or really until the foster went into another area. She resource guards the home and her people. My wife and I went back to the foster another time before adopting and Luna was much better. Presumely because she started to trust us as the treat factories we became, the time prior. Also of note, Luna has been to get her nails trimmed and didn’t bark or have any issues with the groomer so again it’s mainly resource guarding the home, or when the owner is in sight.  

Luna had a bite incident with my sister in-law about a month after we got her. After speaking with a behaviorist, we think the bite was a one-off and just an introduction that happened too quickly and triggered by something.   

I wouldn’t consider rehoming Luna without seeing how sweet she can be to us and the potential of being that way with her future owners. She is house trained and will let you know when she needs to go out, usually with a head nod or two. She is crate trained, in the sense that she goes in willingly, but she’ll still be sad for a couple minutes while you leave.

Luna loves to play with plushes, chew toys, and balls, though she hasn’t quite mastered the concept of fetch. She knows some basic commands like paw, sit, lay down, and let’s go.

Luna likes to go on hikes, but she is also satisfied with a couple of short walks around the neighborhood and plenty of naps. Luna has lived with children, cats, and smaller dogs in the past but currently is the only pet in our home. We’re located in Mount Airy, MD and will travel to meet with potential adopters. Luna is free to a good home and she will come fully stocked with a bed, treats, kibble, toys, a crate, and more. 

 Contact Shawn at shawnwinpigler@gmail.com      His cell is  301-748-9646.

Owner will screen adopters since this is not an AAHA dog.

July 5, 2022, 7:43 pm
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Contact info
Pet ID
17789976
Contact
Address
Baltimore, MD 21209

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Approve Application

5.

Home Check

Additional adoption info

An approved application, vet reference, personal reference check and home visit are required to finalize an adoption. We suggest a $200 donation that helps offset some of our expenses such as feeding, boarding, training, vaccinations, spay/neuter, and miscellaneous veterinary costs. Adoption fees are used to continue to help homeless animals in need!
An approved application, vet reference, personal reference check and home visit are required to finalize an adoption. We suggest a $200 donation that helps offset some of our expenses such as feeding, boarding, training, vaccinations, spay/neuter, and miscellaneous veterinary costs. Adoption fees are used to continue to help homeless animals in need!

Go meet their pets

We are a rescue that is dependent on volunteers as we do not have a physical building. We rent space at a kennel in Upperco, Md. If you would like to meet one of our dogs please contact us to make arrangements. Thanks!
We are a rescue that is dependent on volunteers as we do not have a physical building. We rent space at a kennel in Upperco, Md. If you would like to meet one of our dogs please contact us to make arrangements. Thanks!

More about this rescue

Adopt a Homeless Animal Rescue (AAHA) is a nonprofit dedicated to rescuing and assisting animals in crisis. We actively combat animal cruelty in any form. We have a particular commitment to pit bulls and aim to raise awareness about the breed, help those in need, and educate the public: •We seek to promote this lovely yet unfairly maligned breed as the sweet, intelligent, affectionate, and people-oriented dogs they are. •We assume stewardship over their well-being and strive to make this world a better place for them. •We serve as a resource and/or liaison for shelters, individuals, and the community at large, advocating for any animal in harm's way. •We also function in an advisory role for private citizens who seek assistance and guidance in better caring for their pets. We are a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Please help us help the animals!
Adopt a Homeless Animal Rescue (AAHA) is a nonprofit dedicated to rescuing and assisting animals in crisis. We actively combat animal cruelty in any form. We have a particular commitment to pit bulls and aim to raise awareness about the breed, help those in need, and educate the public: •We seek to promote this lovely yet unfairly maligned breed as the sweet, intelligent, affectionate, and people-oriented dogs they are. •We assume stewardship over their well-being and strive to make this world a better place for them. •We serve as a resource and/or liaison for shelters, individuals, and the community at large, advocating for any animal in harm's way. •We also function in an advisory role for private citizens who seek assistance and guidance in better caring for their pets. We are a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Please help us help the animals!