My Life before rescue was awful. My sole existences was to make babies. I was sold from one breeder to another. Had my ears tattooed and cut, and had very little human contact.
During my last litter, i got an infection which made me unable to have any more puppies. I was of no use to the breeder, so I was sold yet again.
Lucky for me, a rescuer was watching, saw my pic, and came for me.
Life for me is now wonderful. I'm living indoors with my foster family. I have a nice fluffy bed of my own, and lots of bones to chew on. I love playing with my fur brothers and sisters in the yard and I love rolling in the grass.
I'm still very skeptical of humans, because most of them have all been mean to me. I'm learning that they can be good. I now love being petted, and will take treats from mom's hand, but it's still such a scary thing for me.
My foster mom is looking for the perfect home for me, if you feel that could be your home please fill out the app for me.
47lbs, crate trained, housebroken, utd on shots. Fostered by Amy
Adoption fee is only $275
If you are interested in MOLLY, please go to our web site (click below).
Once there - click on the "INFORMATION" tab and select "ADOPTION FORM"
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