On March 28, someone tied a gorgeous, two-year-old Siberian husky mix to the gate outside of the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control facility in Baldwin Park, Calif., and walked away.
Today, over a month later, "Luna" is still waiting for someone to notice, and take a chance, on her.
The following information has been shared about this stunning dog:
Weighing fifty-five pounds, Luna walks skillfully on leash and appears to be housebroken. We think she will be fantastic with children and she has had an amiable relationship with every dog she has so far encountered at the shelter. Luna is a brilliant indoor pet and running buddy for an active family living in a private home.
Luna would make a wonderful companion for someone - she is young, beautiful, well-behaved and affectionate. This lovely girl simply needs to be noticed - please take a moment to network Luna's information and help her find her forever family.
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