Since she’s lived here for almost half of her life, Luna decided it was high time to give you a tour of her house. Now to be clear, she could take or leave the house itself. There’s a decent amount of napping surfaces, but the hardwoods are terrible for traction. The real star of the show is the backyard. Fully fenced means total puppy freedom, plus inexperienced owners let the weeds run wild (this attracts bunnies and birds to chase) and older trees produce plenty of sticks to chew on. But the humans hang out more inside, so that’s where we’ll start.
This is the corner of the office. Luna has full access to this chair, unlike the beds and sofa she’s so rudely banned from when the humans leave. Snacking on the occasional cushion or duvet cover sure does put a damper on human-puppy trust relations. The rest of the office is littered with camera gear (boring).
There’s a guest room around the corner where Luna will occasionally sneak a nap if the door is cracked. Otherwise it’s for storage and people who come to visit her.
Next door is Luna’s main bedroom. She chose textured neutrals as her main palette with dog hair as her accent color. She pays very little interest in the shoes and baskets of laundry the humans leave at the foot of the bed and instead chooses to lay her hiney on the pillows.
This is the living room with the aforementioned sofa that Luna is “not allowed” on when the humans are gone. The rug sheds almost as much as she does, not that she minds. Dust bunnies are friends! This is where Luna spends most evenings with her humans while they watch the Netflix.
The backdoor is Luna’s favorite spot in the house. She can stand there and watch her yard for hours. A simple high-pitched whine alerts the humans to her desire to leave the confines of the house and escape to freedom in her beloved backyard. Though an even louder signal is needed to get back inside, it’s worth it just to pace the patio and stare out at her property. Luna’s food is behind the door to the right, so she’ll pace in front of it when it’s dinner time. There’s a basement down there too, which has fluffy carpet that’s good for wrestling.
The kitchen table is usually where her humans leave the stuff that gets delivered at the front door. They don’t really eat there much, it’s merely a storage spot and makeshift desk.
The kitchen island is another storage spot, only if Luna is really good she’ll get to jump up there to watch the humans cook their food. Good behavior lends itself towards additional tastes of whatever they’re making.
That’s about it, as far as Luna is concerned. There’s a lot of good sun spots to nap in, and it’s not too far from her favorite place on earth (the lacrosse field), so all in all, Luna gives this house two paws up.