Luna and Liberty's Photo Album

About Luna and Liberty

  • Luna is a 4 year, 3 mo. old Greyhound in Philadelphia, PA
  • Liberty is a 2 year old PitBull Mix in Philadelphia, PA

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Luna and Liberty's Owner

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About Luna

If I had to describe Luna in 3 words I'd say she's: shy, adorable and fast :) We rescued Luna in January of this year from the National Greyhound adoption program. She raced for the first 3 years of her life and from what we can tell -- they were not pleasant years. Luna is extremely shy and timid and our first few weeks together lacked the joy of tail wagging. She soon warmed up and now spins in circles to greet us every day :) All that being said, Luna is extremely easy to care for, loves other dogs and cats (we have 2! they're buds!) rarely barks and is a great leash walker. She's super lazy -- running is not for her -- she's very clearly retired :)

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 4 years, 3 mo. old
  • Weight: 61 lbs
  • Breed: Greyhound
  • Tracking Chip: Yes
  • Spayed: Yes
  • House Trained: Yes
  • Gets along with children: Unknown
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
    She lights up when shes with other dogs!
  • Gets along with cats: Yes
    Her brother & sister are 2 kitties she lives with & they're all buddies!

Special Requirements

Luna is very timid & shy. It will take a short while for her to become less anxious.

About Liberty

Liberty is a tiny, spunky pit bull who loves to snuggle and go for walks! She could change the rotation of the earth with the speed of her tail wagging! She is a very small dog and loves to hop up and get comfy in any humans laps. She's very friendly with all humans and lives with her retired greyhound sister, Luna. She has many dog friends and is always very friendly with other four legged animals but will jump with excitement when she sees them!

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 2 years old
  • Weight: 19 lbs
  • Breed: PitBull Mix
  • Tracking Chip: Yes
  • Spayed: Yes
  • House Trained: Yes
  • Gets along with children: Yes
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: No