Luna came to live with us as foster dog, but her condition didn’t allow to place her in a new forever home, so we became her forever home. Luna is by far the nicest dog to have around. She is always cheerful and playful. She is good with children, other dogs, cats, and basically every living being. When she was about 6 month old, she had to undergo femoral head resection of both hips. She has other physical problems beside her bad hips, but she isn’t in pain and does everything a happy dog could ever want to do. She is my trusted partner when it comes to work our sheep and to help with the cattle. She puts up with my inability to correctly name directions and has a natural feeling for the right distance and balance. She is my light in the dark, because she taught me to see the light at the end of the tunnel when the shit hits the fan.
- DOB unknown, estimated around June in 2009
- black and tan