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This companion animals name is Molly. Here is what Molly's owner has to say about her. "Because of upcoming changes in my life, having lost my husband whom she was close to and an upcoming move out of the area, it has become necessary for me to find a new home for Molly. She is very loving and I would like for her to have a home with a small fenced yard, no children mainly because of her age and someone who has a lot of love and care.
Molly was rescued from the SPCA in May 1998. She is a white, 8lb 9oz poodle who was estimated at about one year old at the time of rescue. She has always been quite healthy. Due to age she has some hearing loss, mild vision loss, and her four front teeth have been taken out which is pretty normal for her age. She is still active, likes to go for walks, but it you stop, then she wants to be picked up. My husband would carry her inside his jacket with her head peeking out which she loved. We traveled a great deal in our motorhome and she has been around the United States. She loves to go along and now goes with me to visit my son and daughter who are in Bremerton and Portland. She loves to run in my daughters big fenced yard and visit my daughter's neighbor's poodle dog. She is good with other dogs and at one time we had a yorki. If I am watching TV she will either sleep in her bed or in my lap. If I start working around the house, she wants to be in the room where I am working. She will walk behind me or if she is ahead of me she will stop and wait for me. She will see an animal on tv and will bark at is as if it is outside the window. She will sit on the top of the couch and look out the window. Molly loves to sleep on a pillow on my bed, on a pillow in her bed or in my lap. I am retired, but gone frequently, so she usually ends up in my bed when I am gone. She is not destructive. She will tear up a paper napkin or tissue if it is falls on the floor or is in the top of a very small wastebasket. She does not like dog treats, rather have a piece of cheese, chicken, or a peeled piece of apple. She eats Bill Jacks senior dog food made from steamed chicken which I get at PetSmart or Nutro small bites lamb and rice. She does have some canned food 3 or 4 times a week mixed with her dry food. I have her groomed at PetSmart and she is very good during her grooming. Molly has pet insurance with Banfield Pet Smart in Federal Way. It is $27.95 a month and covers 2 check ups a year, all shots, a dental cleaning a year, office visits as needed, and a discount on any needed medications. She is not on any medications and has only needed a sauve for her eyes due to allergies. She has only needed this two or three times often when we were traveling and it cleared up immediately. This insurance can be set up by a new owner at a Banfield in their area if so desired or used until August 2009 at the Federal Way Banfield. I discussed my situation with my vet and she seemed to feel that Molly had several good years left and recommended some sources for finding her a new home. She has one more check up under this insurance. I have her current medical information and shots. She has a chip put in by Banfield and the new owners information can be set up to go with her lost pet tag. We did this because of our extensive traveling." Please, complete the online application at www.rescueeverydog.org if you would like to help Molly and her owner by providing Molly with a loving home.
Mandatory fenced yard. No apartments. Some Condos and homes with a private use fenced yard maybe considered. No children under 10 years of age. Adoption donation for this companion animal is 75.00. Donations cover some of the care costs for R.E.D. animals. Like housing, supportive care, medical needs and food. All R.E.D. animals are spayed or neutered and vaccinated. Most are micro chipped with adopter registration included. R.E.D. is a 501 C3 and all donations support our life saving missions. For more information and to complete the on line adoption application on R.E.D., please, see our website at www.rescueeverydog.org.
PLEASE READ ALL OF THE FOLLOWING TO APPLY TO ADOPT: Not all applicants will be approved for requested animals. R.E.D. reserves the right to refuse service and adoption without explanation. R.E.D. is the companion animal's advocate and will select the most suitably matched home/environment for the the companion animals emotional needs and management requirements based on each companion animal's breed(s) general needs and the unique needs of each individual animal in our care. R.E.D. requires all applicants and adopters to conduct themselves in a respectful and courteous manner. R.E.D. updates it animals adoption postings daily. If you wish to apply to adopt this companion animal go to the on line application at R.E.D.'s website www.rescueeverydog.org. and look under adoption. Before applying, please, read the following information.
(1) Application, Phone interview, Home visit are required. Adoption Donations are generally $100.00. to 450.00 or as posted. Donations support R.E.D.'s life saving missions and medical and other care given.(2) R.E.D. Dogs are spayed or neutered prior to adoption, vaccinated for Parvo Distemper and generally are micro chipped. (3) You must be at least 18 years of age to complete the application or to apply to adopt a companion animal. For the safety of children and dogs and limited information on dog the dogs interaction with children- R.E.D generally prefers/requires children in adoptive home to be approximately 5 or 6 years of age and up unless otherwise noted in the dog profile. All children must be behavior appropriate with animals. (4) R.E.D. does not a ship animals to out of state adopters. Out of state adopters must come to meet the animal in person in Washington if approved for a meet and greet with a R.E.D. companion animal. Thank you.