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Molly has been adopted!

Sponsored by Janet A., in celebration of her sweet Kelly’s 5th Adoption Anniversary


Meet Molly! There are so many words I could use to describe Molly. She is sweet, affectionate, outgoing, active, smart, goofy and within the short time she has been in our home has absolutely won our hearts. When Molly came into the shelter she was very shut down and fearful, we took her into rescue thinking she would require some time in rehab, but truth is all Molly needed was a home environment to let her personality shine. I don’t ever like to describe a dog as perfect, as like us they all have their quirks but Molly is pretty darn close. She is still a puppy in many ways, and will require a home which can tire her out both physically and mentally. An owner who is also interested in doing some training would be great as Molly is super smart and loves to please.

From the moment she walked in our door Molly has been wonderful with our dogs, cats and any visitors to our home. She also met our cattle and chickens and was totally unphased! She is fully house and crate trained and currently is crated during the day when we are at work. Because she is still very young she does get bored easily and if not crated when alone will find things to occupy her time (and that may be your shoes) so I would suggest she continue to be crated when unsupervised. She is not vocal and walks very well on leash…see pretty close to perfect! The important thing to remember about rescue dogs is that they can take an extended period of time to settle into your home and show their full personality. Although I have full confidence Molly will always be a very special dog, as she settles into her new home she may try and test boundaries so again it’s important that her future owner is willing to work on training with her.

Molly is very affectionate and likes to be with her people at all times, if you are working at your desk she is at your feet, if you are on the couch she is curled up beside you and if you are walking her on leash she is directly beside you. For this reason we will be looking for a home where she wouldn’t be left alone for long periods of time, as she is happiest when her people are around.


Molly was lovingly fostered by Courtney