Hello, I'm Aurora

Status: Adopted
Animal Type(s): Dogs, Large Dogs
Gender: Female
Approx. date of birth: 2014
Breed: Mixed
Intake date: July 5, 2017
Current location: Morinville
Spayed / Neutered: Yes
Energy level: Medium
House trained: Yes
Good with kids: Yes
Good with dogs: Yes
Good with cats: Unknown

Hello everyone. My name is Aurora, a lovely approx. 3 year old lab/husky/hound (all guesses!) and I’m looking for my forever home. I came to my foster family’s home just a couple days ago and they say I’m just the sweetest girl ever. I was a stray dog found and brought to the attention of the amazing SCARS people. They brought me into a caring home where I get food and belly scratches all the time. 

I love people, of all sorts. Even those little ones. I will give you tons and tons of snuggles and kisses. I get along great with my foster siblings. (Large dogs, small dogs and a parrot) I haven’t met any cats yet so please keep that in mind. 

I am fully house broken and crate trained. I’m learning the basic commands including come, sit, down and shake paw. I’m also learning that if you have a plate of food, that it is not meant for me. I would benefit from an obedience class to improve my manners and relationship with you. I am super eager to learn and please you. 

My foster parents say I’m waiting for a family to pick me to join their family so hurry up and pick me already. I can’t wait to meet you! 🙂 

This weekend there was an event at the barn where my mom keeps her horse. What fun!!  This is what mom had to say ( gold stars for me)  Can we add that she’s great with cats and horses. She’s also great in large crowds. We spent the night at the barn with an event going on and she was all in there. Saying hello to all the people, asking for pets. She met the cat and then avoided the cat :p and with the horses she sniffed them and would make a great farm/acreage family dog 🙂

Please note: If other cats/dogs in your home are not spayed/neutered, we will deny your application. SCARS exists due to lack of spaying/neutering and it is our goal to end this cycle. If there is a documented medical reason for your animal to not be spayed/neutered, we will work with you.
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