My name is Molly!

Corgi Mix Dog for adoption in Redondo Beach, California - Molly
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Gone to the Dogs Rescue Inc.

Facts about Molly

  • Breed: Corgi Mix
  • Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Molly gave birth to her royal family of 6 puppies, SIX PUPPIES just 4 days after being rescued from High Kill Baldwin Park animal shelter. She was deemed "rescue only" due to her far along pregnancy and the shelter was giving her until that day to get rescued. We were happy to have Molly even though she was so uncomfortable with being very pregnant and scared. Although fearful, Molly does not act aggressive at all. She has most likely been an outside dog her entire 5 yrs of life. So we are working wonders with her, she is now loving and trustful, she takes about 2 days to get the hang of the routine in a new place. She may still be shy, but with food (who doesn't like food) that is the key to her heart. She is starting to love and enjoy her walks now too, more confident walking ahead of you rather than behind. Molly is ALL corgi with none of the crazy barking! Feed her once, and you'll be her BFFL. Molly will be ready for her new home within 4 weeks, we will happily accept applications and arrange meet and greets, but will keep her in foster until she is fully ready! See our adoption form Thank you!

About Gone to the Dogs Rescue Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a 501(c)3 recognized all volunteer non-profit, animal welfare group in Redondo Beach, CA since 2011. We are registered with the Secretary of State of California at and registered with the CA Office of Attorney General's Charitable Trusts division.

We are in need of volunteers, volunteer foster homes, transporters, and online fundraising, adoption coordination!

Please visit us at

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

We accept donations online @!donate/c24vq or via paypal:

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoption Events every other Saturday:

Pets Plus
(Rolling Hills Plaza)
2539 Pacific Coast Hwy
Torrance, CA 90505


We also host and participate in special events throughout Southbay and Beach Cities.

Our Adoption Process...

We require first and foremost and adoption application for a meet and greet. Then we will proceed with the interview process and if approved, we'll casually visit your home to see you in person! for our adoption app

In addition to the processes outlined above, we do require an adoption donation & rates are as follows:

Young adult dogs and puppies: $450
senior dogs >7yrs old: $300


Fecal exam
Laboratory panel
Vaccinations: DA2PP, Bordatella, Rabies


clients in Beach Cities will receive 1 in home dog training session post adoption by one of our contracted dog professional dog trainers in our area. If you are located over 10 miles from our corporate address, we can refund you $50 when you provide proof of your selected professional dog trainer has evaluated your new family member and provided you with tips and tricks to fit them into your home. Adoptions are FOREVER homes not "right now" homes, dog training is essential for former shelter dogs to learn the "ropes" of their new environment.

All of our dogs are spared no expense for veterinary care, we use 3 outstanding and quality veterinary offices in the Redondo Beach area:

Animal Hospital of Redondo Beach- Dr. Hutson
Family Pet Clinic of Redondo Beach- Dr. Daffner
Redondo Veterinary Medical Center- Dr. Andersen

so rest assured your chosen new family member is super healthy and has been seen by one of the best veterinarians in the Southbay!

These adoption donations are TAX DEDUCTIBLE as we are a recognized 501(c)3 animal welfare charity.

Every dollar goes back into the rescue to SAVE another pet in need and pay for veterinary and/or emergency care, food, medications, and supplies.