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Pet of the Week: Aurora, a retriever mix

Emily Balser
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Emily Balser | Tribune-Review
Aurora, a retriever mix, is available for adoption at Animal Friends of Westmoreland.
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Emily Balser | Tribune-Review
Aurora, a retriever mix, is available for adoption at Animal Friends of Westmoreland.

Everyone, meet Aurora!

This sweet girl is TribLIVE’s Pet of the Week, and she’s available for adoption at Animal Friends of Westmoreland.

Age: 3 or 4 years old

Breed: Retriever mix

What she likes: Taking car rides and going for walks. She’d make a good partner for exercising and taking road trips.

Personality: She’s been at the shelter for more than a year and is ready for her forever home. She’d do best as the only pet in the house. She knows how to sit and can play fetch.

If you’re interested: Visit www.animalfriendswestmoreland.org or call the shelter at 724-925-2555.

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