My name is Mollie!

Border Collie Mix Dog for adoption in Houston, Texas - Mollie
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At Home Houston Border Collie Rescue - Houston Chapter

Facts about Mollie

  • Breed: Border Collie Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
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Important Note

Mollie is best friends with Joy. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
Mollie 4.5 yrs/Joy 3 years Sex: Female; Activity Level: Active Companion; Coat: Black/White Semi Rough; Weight: 45 lbs. Joy and Mollie are very lucky to have found their own dogs/soul mates while in rescue/foster care!! These two girls are a fun pair who really enjoy working with me one on one and as a team for: tricks, walks, playing and cuddle time; always waiting for my next instruction as they stay close to my heels. I can’t tell you how neat it is to have such great and trained dogs equal partners that can often be found rough housing, teaching each other new things, lying in my bed snuggled together. MOLLIE is a rare gem of a loving dog, that had never known how unique and confidant she was inside her spirit and soul. She is a true pack leader by nature, but also a soft and silly girl that rubs up on you for kisses and approval. Mollie is a true nurturer who loves snuggle and groom for naps, a super destination walker but this girls stops to do so many tricks it’s unbelievable-she outshines even her own partner in crime Joy. JOY is a unique expressive girl with a disciplined nature that enjoys her walks, playing with toys, and the ball. She is a great balance to her rescue home and especially to Mollie, teaching her how to play with toys and finding new ways to keep each other settled mentally and physically. Joy did have a tricky medical condition that requires enzyme powder on her meals. Mollie and Joy would enjoy a home with children over 7 years of age and no cats, that can provide enjoyable walks, play time, companionship, a great yard with a secure wooden fence for them to really have her own fun!! Both girls are fully vetted, crate trained, house trained, obedience trained. Joy and Mollie’s adoption donation is $250, two for one adoption donation for two amazing Border Collie’s! There is an application and home visit where applicable is asked.

About At Home Houston Border Collie Rescue - Houston Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

The mission for this rescue is for border collie breed, border collie mixes, and other herding dogs that has been mistreated, misunderstood, and left behind to struggle with uncertain options. There are too many to rescue that need experienced breed rescue support, love, guidance to be stronger and better than ever before! I take my time with my rescues, most are fostered in my home with my personal dogs, to access them in as many situations in life and developing what they need to achieve beyond what the past was given to them. The At Home Houston Border Collie Rescue is a strong family here to continue in your pups path as life moves forward.

Our Adoption Process...

All dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed or neutered, heart-worm tested and on heart-worm prevention, they live inside the home as a family. All adopters are guided through the process of which their dog is at with their training/health during time of adoption and how best to proceed with tools given for that dogs future. All dogs adoption donation $250 unless noted otherwise noted in the bio. There an adoption application to be filled out, home visit where applicable, meet and greet, sometimes spend the nights for very special pups, adoption contract to be filled out and spay/neuter contracts when a dog is under 6 months of age or not fully developed for best growth potential. I go above and beyond in health; nutrition; and training in the living environment developing the dog for a better tomorrow.