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My name is Molly!

Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Coppell, Texas - Molly
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Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue

Facts about Molly

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
“Good golly, Miss Molly!”

Molly is 2 years old, 50 pounds, and brimming with personality. Spend some time with this precious girl and she is sure to leave an impression. In just a few short days, she had her foster family ooh-ing and ah-ing all over her.

Labradors are known for retrieving and Molly’s greatest pleasure is to retrieve tennis balls. If you don’t take a ball outside with her, this smart girl will find one for you, drop it at your feet and give you an irresistible look. We call it “the look” and it’s so cute you just can’t say no to it. When she’s all worn out, she’ll sit on the outdoor furniture to signal she’s ready to go inside.

We think Molly lived outside and alone most of her life. Well, those days are OVER! Now she loves being inside as part of the family and getting spoiled rotten! :-) When she’s not playing catch, Molly will lay at your feet to watch TV. Molly is just the right balance of play and cuddle. She is well behaved inside the house and quiet in her kennel.

Molly enjoys the company of her people, but is not always fan of other dogs or cats. She’ll need to be in a home where she’s the only pet and the center of attention.

Intelligent dogs like Molly need consistent stimulation. She will do best with someone who has experience with clever dogs and who can meet her particular needs. Understanding a dog’s communication cues is especially important and Molly needs someone to be in tune with her.

Molly is crate trained and house trained. Molly is also spayed, vaccinated and healthy.

Put in your application now to claim this "Lab-radorable" girl as your own! www.LoneStarLabRescue.org

About Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue (Lone Star Lab Rescue) is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to preventing the needless destruction of Labrador Retrievers in the DFW/Dallas/Fort Worth area by: rescuing them from shelters providing sanctuary for them in temporary foster homes providing appropriate medical care (including spaying and neutering) finding responsible and loving permanent homes for them. Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue will, when possible, assist Good Samaritans who have found stray Labradors and will also assist owners, who for a wide variety of reasons, feel they must find a new home for their Labrador. Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue is also committed to educating the public about responsible dog ownership. We believe that responsible pet owners spay or neuter their animals, keep them on an annual vaccination program, provide heartworm and flea preventative on a year round basis, provide basic training, and maintain their dogs as “inside” members of the family rather than as “outside” yard dogs. All of our members and volunteers have one thing in common: They all love labs! If you would like to volunteer to help save endangered Labs, please email us at info@lonestarlabrescue.org

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Our Adoption Process...

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