Sad Boxer puppy has spent nearly half her life curled up on her cot at shelter

Luna, a seven-month-old Boxer puppy from Fort Worth, Texas, has spent nearly half of her life at Chuck Silcox Animal Care & Control Center. On January 26, 2023, she was surrendered to the shelter owing to the bad health of her owner.

SHE’S BEEN AT THE SHELTER FOR ALMOST 3 MONTHS; ALMOST HALF HER LIFE. SHE LOOKS SO SAD JUST CURLED UP ON HER COT.

Luna is categorized as a Boxer blend and weighs roughly 42 pounds. The information on her surrender form shows she has lived with other dogs, cats and children. She is crate-trained and knows the following commands of “sit” “shake” and “down.”

This beautiful pup loves to have fun, is physically healthy, loves the outdoors and butt scratching. She is high energy, and according to shelter volunteers, would probably perform best in a family without very small children.

Luna is available for care, adoption or rescue from Fort Worth Animal Care & Control at 4900 Martin Street, Fort Worth, TX 76119. Call:817-392-1234. Make sure to mention #0051951821.

Please share this puppy’s situation with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.

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