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Luna loves lots of cuddles, belly rubs and just being by your side. She is happiest and content when she's near you - she's an adorable little sweet heart. Say "wanna go for a run" and she goes crazy with excitement, the beach is her favourite place to be! She loves car rides too :)
Luna is not a fan of being outside when people are home and she'll let you know about it with her vocal staffy whine! She is not the biggest fan of cold baths either, she's a bit of a princess that way.
Luna has mild anxiety if left alone for longer than 6-8 hours. She becomes anxious and paces back and forth.
While she is generally friendly she is possessive of her toys and will deter any attempt to take them off her by another dog.
Luna is a true sweetheart, she just wants to love everyone!
Luna needs a home that is as active as what she is and with a medium to large secure and interesting yard. Homes with a stay at home parent or active retirees would be ideal - i.e. someone home more often then not.
Luna will thrive in a home where she is welcome to be involved with family activities. While she is fine alone during the day Luna would prefer not to be alone longer than 6-8 hours because she is very people orientated.
Luna will not suit homes where residents are very young, frail, elderly, time poor, renters or looking for a baby sitter for a lonely dog because the owners are rarely home.
Luna is usually fine but may react if another dog is anti social.
Yes but homes without cats are preferred.
Yes however, we recommend any kids be teenagers or older and only if gentle and calm around dogs.
High - will run and run. You cannot miss a day of at least 20 mins high intensity running or playing fetch. She also loves to swim - she's quiet the mermaid.
How is this dog on a lead?
Like most dogs she starts off pulling but settles when on her harness.
How is this dog off the lead?
Luna usually stays close by and comes when called. Luna loves people, more than she loves dogs. She'll often go say hello to people that are at the park, and come straight back.
Luna can clear a 1.2m fence easily. She requires a high fence with a secure yard.
She will alert you to something strange but is not currently a nuisance barker.
As long as she has her toys or a big bone to chew on, your shoes will be safe.
Tolerance to being alone.
She can stay on her own for 6-8 hours ok, longer than this she starts to get anxious.
Located Coolbellup WA 6163
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