My name is Molly!

American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Bryan, Texas - Molly
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Happy Landings Animal Rescue

Facts about Molly

  • Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Molly is one of two sweet females we helped rescue from the DFW area recently. She was scheduled to be euthanized, but some very dedicated volunteers helped us make her rescue possible!

Molly is gorgeous and loves to run around and fetch! She is super playful and LOVES being chased! Molly loves to play with other dogs, but we suggest slow, controlled, and supervised introductions to new dogs. Unfortunately, Molly cannot be in a home with cats as she gets a little too excited about them and will chase them! Molly does extremely well with every person she's met and absolutely adores attention! She is spayed, current on all vaccinations, heart worm negative, and microchipped so she's all ready to become the newest member of your family!

Our adoption process begins with you meeting Molly. Feel free to schedule a play date with her and your existing dog(s). After you fill out an application, we will verify your references and do a brief home inspection. If all goes well, we will deliver Molly to you for a small adoption fee. You will also have the option to purchase a large wire kennel for an additional fee. We then ask that you sign our adoption contract. We will do a follow-up visit approximately two weeks to one month after the adoption to insure that Molly is adjusting well to her new home and that she is happy and healthy.

We feel our adoption process is the best way to vet good owners and to guard against people seeking dogs for dog fighting, bait dogs, and/or dog sales. We only have our rescue dogs' best interest in mind and we do everything we can to insure that they go to the very best home and that it's the perfect fit.

If you are interested, have questions, or need more information, please contact Happy Landings Animal Rescue.

Please, no calls/texts after 10pm.

About Happy Landings Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We started this organization to fill a need. Animals are being euthanized in astonishing numbers across the country simply due to overcrowding of shelters. It's heartbreaking! Our main focus is to pull these animals out of these high-kill facilities and place them in loving forever homes. We have several local fosters that are willing to provide temporary TLC for these pets while they are waiting for their "forever humans" to come along! We are also passionate about community education in areas of need. The pet overpopulation problem rests solely on the shoulders of humans and that is why more focus needs to be placed on educating people and making them more aware of the issue. We want to give as many animals as possible the chance they deserve, so that is why we founded Happy Landings Animal Rescue.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are currently a foster-based rescue organization right now, so if you would like to come meet any of our pets please contact us to schedule an appointment.

(214) 771-2475
(214) 418-6037

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Be sure to check out our website too!

Our Adoption Process...

- Potential owner(s) fill out our adoption application.
- A Happy Landings representative will conduct a brief reference check and get copy of your driver's license(s).
- We will come to do a home/yard inspection prior to adoption.
- Once approved, we ask that you sign our adoption contract before we allow the animal to be released into your custody.
- We will conduct a brief follow up visit several weeks after the adoption to ensure that the animal is adjusting well.