Mountain Cur, Mixed
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with Black
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Luna is a sweet energetic puppy around 8 months old and 36 lbs.  She is still working on potty training but is coming along well. She is knows sit and down and we are working on wait. She is not as far along with training as she should be because she had a broken leg when she was really young and did not really get a whole bunch of early practice. She is about 7 months old now fully healthy and catching on quickly. Loves to play with my dog and is improving on walking on a leash.  She really has a great temperament and isn't shy at all around new people. I think she would be great with a family, but because of her high energy I would recommend her only be with children and dogs that are bigger. She is great in her Kennel and sleeps quietly through the night. I have noticed that she does bark a lot when I initially leave but seems to calm down after a few minutes. She as not been around any cats, but I don't think that it would be a good fit. Luna is j ust a very happy puppy that with the proper training and exercise would make a great pet. Adoption fee includes: Full veterinary exam, alter, prepaid microchip, dewormed, Rabies vaccine, DAPP vaccine, Bordetella vaccine,  flea/tick and heartworm preventative while in rescue. Adoption fee: $575.00


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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