Luna has lived in a home previously but will still need help with her housetraining and being left alone. She does prefer to have company but may be able to be left for an hour or two once she has settled into her new environment.
Type of home needed
Luna would suit a quiet home with patient new owners who will give her plenty of time to get used to her new environment. She MUST live in a home with a pre-existing confident dog to help her settle. She is not suitable to live with cats. She could live with children of 14 years or over as long as they give her time on her own when she needs it. Luna will need access to her own secure garden with high fencing as she can be an escape artist. Any time left would need to be built up gradually leaving her with things to do to keep her occupied. Her new owners will need to visit her a few times a the centre before taking her home so that they can build up a bond with her.
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Can you offer Luna her new home for life?