already spayed, housetrained, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, housetrained, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Molly is about 2 years old and beautiful and athletic and sweet. She is good with all the other dogs and loves all people it seems and the reason I have her listed as special needs is she sometimes can be very anxious. At times she is the best, most calm girl, and other times not so much. Molly lives with a huge pack of dogs and we wonder if maybe her anxiousness comes from that, maybe she feels like she must control things. I have taken her running with me several times and that does seem to help quite a bit. She isn't the greatest on a leash but getting better. The running helps her in every way, and honestly she's gotten better in the last few weeks. it's not a separation anxiety, it's when I'm here...but I do think she for some reason feels pressure to have to control all the other dogs..... for whatever reason..so getting her out of this situation and pack may help in many ways. She is gorgeous.... and she loves to snuggle, loves to be petted, and she is housebroken to a doggy door.
I am just a person who loves dogs and tries to make a difference in their lives by saving them. I pull from high kill shelters, take in strays and unwanteds and care for them while looking for their forever homes.The dogs all live with me, and I keep them until they either find a home or they leave this world.
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