Pit Bull
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From her foster

"We have graduated Luna to sleeping out in the living room at night, instead of her needing to sleep in our bed. Even still, she will wake us up early in the morning because she likes to be with her people. We have had a couple of successful nights in the crate, but she really doesn’t like being in there for too long. Luna is scared of children as far as we can tell right now. She does better at home alone when we keep her in the same room as our rottie. As far as training, she knows “sit” “lay down” “crate” and “come”. We are working on “get down” and “stay” and she’s super easy to train and learns really quickly. I’m thinking that as long as she has a routine, she will be fine anywhere. She does not have a male/female owner preference, has never shown signs of aggression, and she did great at the vet. The vet even said she was the easiest puppy of the day! Luna LOVES the car and doesn’t get car sick. I think that with bonding time, training, and a routine, she will be very happy where ever she is."



Luna is a 4-month-old (as of 1/31) Pit Bull puppy. Luna is a sweet and energetic girl who loves people and loves to snuggle. She is happiest lounging on your lap and adores being pet. Luna is a beautiful and sassy little girl with tons of energy. She loves to play with toys, chew on bones, go on walks, and snuggle on the couch. She is very sweet, enjoys going to new places, and loves discovering new things. She will lay down in her crate with the door shut as long as she can see someone from there, and her foster family is continually working on crate-training. She can also walk on a leash and is steadily improving with potty training! 


Luna will be a great addition to any home. She has so much love to give and is just waiting to find her forever home. It is not known if she is good around cats or kids. She is not aggressive, but she is vocal and will growl while playing. She does not like to be alone, but she will go off and play on her own for a little bit at a time. She is very food-motivated and easy to train. 


She’s very athletic and doesn’t mind baths or nail trims. She also has the most beautiful green eyes and pink paws. She would be the perfect first puppy as she bonds really quickly and strongly. She’s extremely smart and adorable. She has been around various dogs, but takes some time to get used to them. She is high energy and would do well around dogs who are comfortable with a puppy and with slow introduction.


Luna and her siblings will all have basic medical treatments done before adoption is finalized.



Please read through our adoption policies and requirements at prior to requesting an application. 


We require all animals in the household to be up-to-date on core vaccines. Dogs must be vaccinated against rabies, canine distemper, and Bordetella. They must also have a current heartworm test. Cats must be vaccinated against rabies and feline distemper. 


All of our animals are in foster homes. We will schedule meet and greets after approving your adoption application to ensure our fosters are only meeting with serious applicants. Please allow 1-2 weeks for approval as AWFP is run by volunteers who are full-time veterinary students.