Happy Forever Home Luna!
Luna was collected by her new Mum and Dad, Megan and Dave.
Luna was really relaxed and slept all the way home.
Luna settled really well into her new home and garden. And took no time in training her new family, and finding all the ways to keep them under her paws.
Luna loves, cuddles and playing with her new Unicorn toy.
Huge congratulations to Megan and Dave we wish you all the happiness in the world with Luna.
To Luna now your forever adventures begin, have the most wonderful life in your new home sweetheart and we look forward to seeing all your adventures unfold.
A massive thank you to our lovely fosters Maya and Fergus, for caring and preparing Luna for her forever home. Well done on an amazing foster, you have been fabulous, and we are extremely grateful for all your help x
A little of Luna’s story below,
Luna was very shy when she first came into foster, but she has gradually relaxed and is now enjoying life. She is a happy friendly girl loves all human attention and cuddles. She lives with another dog in her foster home, but she has shown she can’t share toys (which she loves) so she isn’t being rehomed with another dog.
Luna has been fabulous with the 3-year-old child in her foster home, and she understands many commands although her recall can be hit and miss.
Luna enjoys her walks and will acknowledge other dogs but it’s a quick sniff and move on
Dogs name: Luna
Age: 3 years
Can live with children: Yes, dog savvy children
Can live with dogs: No
Can live with cats: No
Current location: Norwich, Norfolk
Things to be aware of:
The ideal home:
Luna needs a home where she will be included as part of the family and get lots of interaction and playtime. She gets excitable when the toddler gets excited so any young children will need to be supervised as she has no idea of her size. She enjoys her walks and will happily walk next to the pushchair.
Luna is a smashing girl. She has flourished in her foster home into a confident happy dog. Whilst she lives with another dog, we don’t want to risk a failed adoption for her so she will be rehomed as an only dog. She is crate trained, toilet trained, travels well in the car and is ready for new life.