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My name is Chelsea & Max!
I'm being cared for by
Luna's House, Inc.

Facts about me

Breed
Cattle Dog
Color
Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - with Black
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Sweetheart Chelsea and her goofball brother Max are quite the pair. Chelsea was adopted from us back in 2013 when her dad fell in love the first time he laid eyes on her. Which we don't blame him one bit. She had a really happy life with her dad for all these years and every check in we had with him all he talked about was how amazing she was and how much he loved her.

Fast forward to earlier this year when we got the heartbreaking call that Chelsea and Max's beloved dad had passed away. We always say "once a Luna's House kiddo always a Luna's House kiddo" so when Chelsea found herself in need of a place to go we welcomed her back into the family with open arms.

The other thing we always say here is "expect the unexpected" so when we found out that Chelsea had a younger brother who also needed a place to go, and who would get stressed when away from Chelsea, we welcomed Max into the family as well.

We believe Chelsea is a Cattle Dog mix and she is around 12 years old as of 04/21/22. We are told that Max is a Great Dane mix, but don't worry hes not too big, and is around 5 1/2 years old as of 04/21/22.

We would love to see this sweet pair find a new family to help heal their broken hearts after the loss of their dad and the life they both knew. They would do well in a home with older children that has room for them to play and have fun. A fenced in yard would be wonderful but a family that is a bit on the active side and enjoy nice walks would be great too. Chelsea is a bit of an older gal so she may not be able to fully keep up with Max but she so far she hasn't had any issues since being back with us.

Max does have some mild allergies that haven't been causing him too many issues but may need extra attention in the future. Max could also benefit from some training as he is a bit of a goofball but he is overall a really sweet good boy.

If you would like to meet these special dogs, please email dogs@lunashouse.org to set up an appointment. Please be patient to hear from us as we are all volunteers and may not be able to respond immediately.

Our volunteers make sure just the right home is chosen so they require a home visit to make sure there are no safety issues. You must live within a 50 mile radius of our location in order to be considered.

The adoption fee for a bonded pair is $400 and includes vaccines, flea prevention treatment, neuter/spay, and micro chipping. Like us on Facebook!!

Disclaimer:

Visual breed identification in dogs in unreliable, for most of our dogs we are making the best guess at what the predominant breed or breed mix might be. We get to know each dog as an individual and do our best to describe each dog based on personality and temperament, not breed label.
Rescue

Luna's House, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
Edgewood, MD 21040

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Scheduled Meet and Greet with the whole family (other dogs included) Application Home visit Adoption fee $250 Adoption Contract

More about this rescue

Luna's House, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to bettering the lives of animals and their people. Luna's House thrives on working with individuals and with other organizations in the local and regional community to promote widespread humane education and respect for animals. Luna's House existed solely as a network of foster homes following its incorporation as a non-profit until the establishment of the Luna's House Animal Care and Education Center (ACEC). As of January 2016, over 2,250 companion animals of all species have been adopted out through Luna's House. The rescue has averaged approximately 300 adoptions a year... that's 300 companion animals, as well as 300 adoptive homes, that have been served annually via direct adoption services. Luna's House also assists animal guardians with education on the proper care of their pets, veterinary references, behavioral modification suggestions, and many other resources that improve the life of both the animals and the humans involved. Luna's House routinely works with cats; dogs; various small mammals including rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, rats, mice, and chinchillas; reptiles; and birds. Luna's House accommodates direct surrenders from animal guardians on a case-by-case basis (by appointment), and is always working with local shelters to take in animals who may otherwise not get the second chance at a happy home they so deserve. Luna's House serves the animals and people of our community, primarily Harford and Baltimore counties in Maryland, with outreach in neighboring counties and states. When you support Luna's House, you are supporting the future of animal care.