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Little Luna was born December of 2018. She landed at the shelter after an unfortunate incident with a small child that was taunting her. The child was ok, but because Luna didn’t have her rabies vaccine, she had to go the shelter. When her family tried to claim her, their landlord told them they weren’t allow to have a dog. Luna has been settling in foster care and each day her personality comes out. She is a happy, fun girl that LOVES to play fetch. Luna has an adorable curled tail and weighs in at 43 pounds. We were told she lived previously with a small dog. She will need slow intros to new dogs, or would enjoy being the only lady in your life. Little Luna likely didn’t get tons of exposure to other dogs outside of her housemate. She did great meeting a dog savvy cat! Luna is housebroken and is getting more comfortable in her crate. She is generally calm in the house and doesn’t chew anything up. If she gets a chance to jump on your bed, she’ll go crazy and throw herself into the blankets! When her foster family has visitors, she does great and is very sweet. She is a champ in the car and would love to join you on any adventure! Luna allows her foster mom to trim her nails, clean her ears, and check her teeth. We are working on getting her more comfortable at the vets office - it’s a scary place! Like any newly adopted pup, she will benefit from continued training and socialization to help her blossom!
4 year old Cinnamon C was relinquished to CACC because her owner could no longer care for her. She was an extremely shy and nervous girl at the shelter who always seemed to have her tail between her legs. After she was in her foster home for just 24 hours she quickly warmed up, began to show affection and started to look for pets from her human fosters! Cinnamon loves other dogs and is learning that the cat is not so scary. She loves meal times and gets excited when going on car rides. Her favorite thing to do is lay next to you and relax while watching a movie and hanging out in the backyard. She is a super chill girl and just wants to be loved on. Cinnamon hasn’t been around children since coming to rescue but we think she’d be fine with older children that are used to large dogs. She isn’t a huge fan of the crate but her foster parents are working to get her more acclimated to it. Cinnamon would benefit from a home willing to continue to build her confidence with training. She is a sweet girl that deserves a loving forever home.