Meet the lovely Luna IX! She is a 10 year old, 65 pound labrador/pitbull mix who was originally adopted from Richardson Animal Shelter in 2015. She is being rehomed because her family is moving to Australia and is heartbroken not to be able to take her.
Luna is a calm, gentle girl who loves to lay on the couch with her humans. She sometimes plays fetch, but most of the time you can find Luna walking around (or laying down) with a ball in her mouth! She gets along with other dogs and children, and currently lives with her two grown-ups, two children (ages 5 and 2), and one other dog, Ariel. Luna often licks Ariel’s face to show how much she loves her. Luna enjoys getting all the pets from her humans. She especially loves her tiny humans – she was there when both of them were born! An ideal home for Luna would be one with children, other dogs, and a backyard.
Luna is crate trained and house trained.
This lovely girl is deserving of the perfect furever home. Could it be with you? Apply to adopt Luna IX today!
If you have a specific question about Luna IX, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in applying to adopt this pet, fill out the application at the link above.
Luna IX is participating in the Dallas Pets Alive rehoming program. All of the medical, behavioral and other information about this pet was provided by the pet’s owner. Dallas Pets Alive encourages all adopters to verify the information prior to adoption. Please note that Dallas Pets Alive (DPA) is acting as intermediary to connect prospective adopters with individuals wanting to rehome their pets. DPA is not liable for any information provided about this pet and the adoption transaction is purely between the pet owners and adopter. DPA is not responsible for any damages, injuries or adoption returns as a result of any adoption transaction. DPA! is not responsible or liable for any animals involved in its New Digs program. DPA! acts solely as a facilitator of adoption between the animal’s surrenderer and potential adopter and makes no claims as to the accuracy of the animal’s medical or behavioral history provided by the surrenderer.