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Beautiful Aurora will go home with right person or family for $20


Did you know a German shepherd can have one blue and one brown eye? This genetic variation is called Heterochromia – a trait that makes this two-year-old German Shepherd named Aurora uniquely beautiful.

We expect Aurora will be a devoted companion and bond with her new owner quickly, which is a common trait in most German shepherds. Aurora has been at the shelter for two months and is more than ready for a home of her own. Aurora would prefer to be the only dog. She can be reactive when she sees other dogs, so DAWG has included a private training session that comes with her adoption.  Aurora is likely overstimulated at the shelter and would curb her propensity to bark at other dogs once she is in her forever home.  DAWG will also pay all but the $20 adoption fee for the approved adopter.

Meet Aurora and all the adoptable animals at 28095 Hillcrest. For more information, call 949-470-3045.

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