Over the past few years, Auburn has received a few bursts of interest from potential adopters, but unfortunately, none of them lived close enough to be able to come and meet her beforehand. The rescue is making a “meet and greet” a requirement because everyone wants to make sure that whoever adopts Auburn is a good match. Whoever adopts her, the rescue wants to make sure it sticks.
For a 12-year-old dog, Auburn is actually in fantastic health. She has a few lumps and bumps that come with age, that vets have said pose no concern, and is on weight management food and joint supplements for her minor joint issues. Otherwise, Auburn is healthy, active and ready to play with anyone who’s willing.