Shepherd, Australian Cattle Dog, Blue Heeler, Mixed
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I have a friend that is needing to re-home his dog Luna.
My buddy got Luna right under a year ago.
The vet said she seems to be mixed with Shepherd and Heeler.
He took on a new job a couple of months ago that requires him to work 12-15 hours a day. Since then he has been having to keep her in a kennel until he gets off of work, which is normally around 8 or 9pm.
Since then she has became very hyper and started digging in the backyard. Obviously being cooped up all day has caused this.
He doesn't want her in a kennel all day and doesn't want to leave her outside especially with this Texas heat coming soon! It is just him and her at home so he doesn't have anyone to rely on to help him with her.
She needs someone that is active and will give her a lot of attention and training.
He is asking for $100 rehoming fee to insure she goes to a good home or a rescue that will take her.
She does have vet records at Premier Vet.
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