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Solid White Husky

Age: 4 Years

Dog Friendly? Yes

Cat Friendly? Not tested

Child Friendly? No

Neutered? Yes

Aurora is a beautiful white husky girl who is looking for her forever home after being rescued from her previous owner. Unfortunately, her previous home did not treat Aurora well at all.

She is around 4 years old and sadly didn’t have an easy start to life. She was found chained up outside, with her tail amputated. It took us a while to negotiate with her ‘owners’ but eventually we managed to take her away and give her some kind of comfort with us.

Aurora is a Leishmaniasis positive dog. Leishmaniasis is a parasitic disease caused by infection with Leishmania parasites. These parasites are spread through the bite of infected sand flies. It is likely that she caught it while chained up outside. Thankfully Leish is highly treatable.

She has been treated with Milteforan and remains on Allopurinol (which we will provide, by us to her owner, for the rest of her life) which is just a daily tablet and yearly blood tests. She can run and play the same as any other dog and will live a long, happy life with her forever family. Leish is easily managed and should not put people off adopting this lovely lady. Leish is NOT contagious.

She has been left partially sighted in one eye, which can be seen in photos, but it doesn’t bother or affect her ability to play and have fun. We will happily discuss this further with an interested applicant. Aurora gets on brilliantly with other dogs, so could happily live with another dog in the home. Due to her horrible past experienced, we believe she’d be better in an adult-only home, She would tolerate teenagers but we wouldn’t place her with anyone younger.

Aurora truly is a wonderful dog who will make her future owner very happy. She is very intelligent and easy to train. She might not be able to wag her tail but she definitely makes her happiness known to the people around her

She has tested negative for brucellosis and has passed her Snap 4D test which tests for heartworm, ehrlichia and anaplasma.