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In shelter Dog

Hopkinton, MA, 01748
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Luna is a sweet, lap dog, who is ready to clam her spot on your couch!

Luna is an active girl who loves to be with people. She is a big lap dog! When she first meets new people, she can be a bit nervous. She warms up quickly, and once she knows you, you will be best friends for life! 

She is a playful and smart girl! She loves to play with squeaky toys, Nyla bones, and food puzzles! The puzzles are so much fun! She is house trained and has lived with kids. We think she would do best with older kids since she can be nervous at times. 

Once Luna knows a dog, she loves to play! She does not like to share her food with other dogs - who can blame her? As long as there is no food around, she loves spending time with dogs! Cats are a bit too exciting, so no cats for her! 

She is an active girl and would love to have a yard to run and play in. She also loves going for walks. She may be a great hiking or running partner! She is happy to go for car rides, especially if she can sniff out the window!

Luna has been described as the biggest cuddle bug. She wants to be with you as often as she can! Do you think she could be your new best friend?


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