Video: Leash walk with Luna and Stella
Video: Hanging out with Luna and Stella
Video: Luna and Stella playing fetch with their foster’s dogs
Luna & Stella: ~2-yr-old female black Lab mixes, ~60 pounds, not yet spayed
Background: These two girls were found wandering the streets of Oakley more than a month ago. A wonderful good Samaritan took them in, notified the county shelter, and cared for them for more than five weeks. No one came looking for the dogs. Ugh! This family was unable to keep them and they have enlisted our help to find them new forever homes. We are calling them Luna (pink collar) and Stella (purple collar).
What the good Samaritan says: These two wonderful dogs have resided at our home for more than a month but our schedule prevents us from keeping them. They are fine with people of all ages, including children. They are loving and gentle. They both sleep quietly on the floor in my bedroom at night. They seem to know some basic commands including “sit”, “stay”, “come”, “drop”, and “leave it”
What their Rescue Rep says: Are these two dogs “sister siblings”? Or are they mother-daughter? We do not know. We do believe that they would do best if adopted into separate homes so they can develop and flourish on their own. They are playful and engaging. Not so interested in toys though – but eager to learn. Need some instruction on how to walk on leash. They get along fine with other dogs but are a bit timid and submissive. No idea how they are with cats.
Medical Information: Both dogs appears to be in fine health. We will get them to our vet in the near future for full check-ups, vaccinations, microchipping, and spaying.
Luna and Stella are located in: Oakley.
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