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My name is Molly!

Pit Bull Terrier Dog for adoption in Atlanta, Georgia - Molly
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I'm being cared for by:
Ahimsa House

Facts about Molly

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier
  • Color: Brindle - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Molly entered the Ahimsa House program in February 2016 with her furbrother, Jericho. These two sweet pitties were unable to reclaimed through our program. We are now seeking new homes for this duo where things aren't so scary.

Molly is a very affectionate, medium-energy dog who loves her foster home and being loved on. Despite her size she is an avid lap-surfer and loves to meet new people! In a strange environment she can be shy but warms up quickly. She loves to cuddle and play with her favorite toy giraffe. She enjoys going on walks and running, and I'm sure would love a home where she can go on fun adventures and runs with you!

Molly has a very dominant, protective personality and is selective about which dogs she would like to spend time with. She also should not be around cats or other small prey animals. An ideal home for Molly would be a family who wants to earn her trust and be worthy of her loyalty and love, welcome her onto their couch, and give her the attention she deserves! We would strongly suggest a playdate with any potential dog siblings!

Molly is spayed, heartworm-negative, and up to date on her vaccinations.

Please contact Sarah at sarah@ahimsahouse.org or 404-496-4038 if you have any questions about Molly or would like to schedule a meet and greet!

About Ahimsa House

About Our Rescue Group...

In families affected by domestic violence, pets are also at risk. Abusers threaten, injure, and kill family pets to terrorize others in the home--yet most domestic violence shelters are unable to allow pets to accompany their owners to safety. Nearly 50% of individuals delay escaping the abuse because of concern about their pets. Ahimsa House provides emergency pet safehousing, veterinary care, pet-related safety planning, legal advocacy, a 24-hour crisis line, outreach programs, and other services to help the human and animal victims of domestic violence across Georgia reach safety together. When it is not possible for the animal and his or her owner to be reunited, we look for loving adoptive homes for the pets.

Our Adoption Process...

We have an adoption application and interview process for all prospective adopters. We charge a $125 adoption fee for dogs and $90 adoption fee for cats.