Adoptable Dog of the Week- Aurora
How can anybody resist this gorgeous smile? Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Aurora, a 3 years old Labrador Retriever Mix from Hinton, West Virginia. This beautiful gal is spayed, up to date on her vaccinations and fully housetrained. She gets along great with cats and other dogs, regardless of their size and sex.
Aurora was found as a stray: someone dumped this lovely pooch in the country to fend for herself, but, luckily, she was found by the right kind of people. While it is obvious that her previous owners didn’t care much about her, it doesn’t seem to have left a mark on Aurora’s personality. This girl loves everybody she meets! She is not shy about it, either: if possible, she’ll try to get in your lap or snuggle close to you from the get-go. As a true cuddle bug, Aurora lives for belly rubs and will expect to get copious amounts of cuddles in her new home.
Her affectionate nature is not reserved for her favorite hoomans alone. Aurora is friendly to other animals, too, and will get along with big and small dogs alike. She doesn’t even mind sharing a home with a feline- as long as the kitty in question shares her opinion about having a furry roommate. Aurora hasn’t had a chance to be around kids in her foster home, but having in mind her sweet personality, it should be safe to assume that she’d fit in a family with well-mannered children, but it’s best to talk directly to her rescuers to arrange a meet before deciding anything.
In case you think that Aurora is the perfect pooch for you, contact Summers County Humane Society to see if you’re a match for this adorable gal, too.
A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.
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