In shelter Dog

Pendleton, Niagara County, New York, ...
Chocolate Labrador Retriever
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Meet Aubrey! She is a sweet, a good natured senior dog - she likes everyone (toddlers included), and is always happy and energetic. She is good with dogs, but she is much calmer when by herself with humans - she lays down at your feet for extended periods of time. When other dogs are around, she is always moving. She plays a bit too rough for cats - not aggressive, so she may be okay with very dog savvy cats. Aubrey walks great on a leash, and loves walks. She loves car rides and is very gentle, lets you take food or toys away, and takes food from your hand nicely. She is not crate trained but perfectly content in a small gated room with her bed. She is beginning to respond to her name and simple commands - sit, stay. Aubrey seems to be house trained, too! Aubrey is a senior and has some lumps and bumps. One suspicious bump was biopsied and results were "inconclusive. It doesn't seem to bother her, but without knowing what it is we are hoping to find her a comfy place to land for her remaining time - hopefully it is years! Aubrey has a special senior adoption fee of $100 and is current on all her routine vet care and preventatives.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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