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Ayluna Husky & Shetland Sheepdog / Sheltie Mix Kiowa, OK

  • Young
  • Female
  • Large
  • Black, Gray / Blue / Silver, White / Cream


Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, cats, children.

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Meet Ayluna

Ayluna's Story ?

Age: 2 Years (Estimated)
Gender: Female
Breed: Husky/Sheltie mix (Best Guess), other possibilities are she is mixed with Alaskan Malamute or Aussie.
Weight: 59lbs

-Good with other Dogs&Cats&Kids

-Energy Level: She is very calm and independent but she is also a talker. She definitely will tell you what’s going on, lol

-Potty Trained: Yes, but for the first few days she did not want to be in the backyard unless someone went with her. She is fine going out there on her own now and has even learned to use the doggy door.

Location: Skiatook, OK
Adoption Fee: $250
Includes: DHLPP, Rabies, Bordetella, Fecal, Deworming, Heartworm Test, Micro-Chip, Spay, and she will be current heartworm and flea/tick prevention.

Apply to adopt Ayluna at

Please note that you cannot meet any of our dogs without an application. Once we have your application, we can send your app to Ayluna's foster family to help ensure that she is not only a fit for your family but that you are a fit for her as well.

We DO adopt out-of-state.
However, we do NOT send our dogs on transports. So, if you would like to adopt this sweet girl, please make sure you are able to pick her up in person in a timely manner.

Ayluna is very sweet and friendly and an absolutely gorgeous dog. She turns heads everywhere we go with people asking about her and wanting to pet her. She handles all of this very well. While I wouldn’t say she is eager to have pets, she doesn’t mind letting people pet her either. She seems to be especially fond of kids and will seek them out for pets and attention. My husband was out of town when I brought her home and we had her for about 5 days before he got here. She was very suspicious of my husband from the beginning. She will do lots of woo-woos to tell you she doesn’t think he should be here. Something about him makes her very nervous and she has not warmed up to him. We suspect it might be his beard. She did well meeting the male vet at the vet’s office and she did ok meeting various men at Tractor Supply but wasn’t interested in letting them pet her. The only thing we can figure is that it’s my husband’s beard that makes her nervous. Otherwise, she is doing really well at everything else and is just a joy to have around. She is especially good with the foster puppies that are here and she also adores my 2 kids. We are enjoying getting to foster her ??

My name is Ayluna and I appreciate you taking the time to stop and read my story.

It was a sunny and bright day when my world came crashing down. It is kind of funny. You think that when everything goes bad it would be a dark and stormy day to add to it, but it was like the sun was mocking me that day. It began like any other day. My owner asked me if I was ready for a road trip and I was all game. I was excited to be going on an adventure with my owner. We got loaded up into the car and off we went. At some point during the drive, I started to pick up on some anxiety from my owner. I wasn't sure what was wrong but I tried comforting them and letting them know all was okay.

When we ended up stopping it was at a strange building. I knew for a fact that we had never been here before. My owner opened the car door, gave me a big hug and told me all was going to be okay. I didn't have time to consider what they meant because shortly after they grabbed my leash and started to walk me toward the strange building. It was then that I started to hear the barks and pleas. There were so many of them, from dogs of all types. They were all begging for someone to bail them out of this strange place. I started to get nervous. I stopped and looked at my owner, and tried communicating that I wanted to go back to the car. They tugged on my leash and I had no choice but to walk into the strange building with them. I stood close to my owner's legs. I started to get really nervous. Something was very off here. My owner talked to some people behind the desk and started filling out some paperwork. The next thing I knew, someone was coming around and grabbing my leash. I tried to stay with my owner. Whatever was happening, I knew it wasn't good. My owner patted my head, said goodbye, and walked out. They left me staring after them wondering what just happened?

It wasn't long after that I felt a tug on my leash and I started following them in a bit of a haze. I was still trying to understand what happened when they walked me into a kennel and closed the door on me. Suddenly, everything clicked into place. I was in what some call the shelter and what we call doggie jail. Suddenly all the pleas and barking made sense...and now I was one of them. Looking out from the bars wondering if and when I will get out of here. I tried holding out hope that my family would come back for me but they never did.

I guess you could say that I was one of the lucky ones. A foster family with this rescue had stepped up for me, and I ended up being bailed out of doggie jail. I am so thankful that I got my second chance, but I still cannot understand why I was abandoned by my former family. I thought we would be together forever. I sometimes still think about them, but each day I get more excited at the prospect of finding a new family. One that will hopefully never abandon me or leave me behind.

I am a very calm girl. I am on the more independent side and am not really super needy for attention. However, I do like to talk and will definitely communicate with you about certain things. I have not shown any interest in playing with toys yet, and am uninterested in playing fetch. I do like splashing around in the water bowl, so it looks like I might be a water dog. I am on the more independent side so I don't know that I am the kind of dog that is interested in traveling to a bunch of different places. I would consider myself to be more of a homebody. I have been on a few walks and do well on the leash. I am not what one would call an active dog but do believe that a hike or two every once in awhile would be interesting.

I am good with other dogs but have not shown any interest in playing with any of them yet. I tend to be indifferent to them so feel that I would be happy in a home with or without other dogs. I have met the cat in my foster home and pretty much ignore her. I am drawn to the kids in my foster home and like spending time with them. I believe I would do well with kids of all ages as long as they know proper dog boundaries. I do really well when it comes to meeting woman and children, but am hesitant about meeting men. I am pretty calm and friendly when it comes to meeting new dogs.

I have good house manners and am potty and kennel trained. I have not been a big chewer in my foster home. I am not really a barker but am definitely a talker and will talk to you quite often. Given my personality, I do think I would do okay living in an apartment as long as my family had a good excercise plan in place for me.

Now you know my story, and I have shared all with you that I can about myself. I really hope that we are a match and that you will consider adopting me. The app to adopt me can be found at

Please I am begging you though, only apply to adopt me if you can keep me forever. If you can't keep me through ALL of my life's changes, don't be the one that makes me have to be passed around a few months/years down the line. That just isn't fair to me.

I would NEVER give up on myself, so please don't give up on me. I want to be your forever...not your until dog.

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