found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I’m fun-loving Molly. I can grab a toy tossed in the air faster than a hawk can swoop down on a mouse. I’m so happy to be free from running in circles. Obviously, I wasn’t much good as a racer because I’m retired at two-and-a-half years of age. So, here’s the deal. I’m a fabulous pooch seeking a fabulous adopter. I promise to be well behaved in the home, only chew on ‘my’ stuff, not ‘your’ stuff, never countersurf, and let you know when I need to use the facilities if you don’t have a doggie door. You promise to walk me every day during the cool hours, take me with you in the car when you run errands or go for coffee where there’s an outside patio, buy me premium chow and lots of toys, let me sleep on a doggie bed all my own, and love me to pieces. I think that’s a good deal for both of us, don’t you?
Molly has puppy energy and loves to toss around fuzzy squeaky toys, and run with the hounds at play date. She is a friendly, affectionate dog that seems to like little kids and adults alike. Like all greyhounds, Molly is inquisitive and kicks into this mode when her foster mom leaves her alone for a few hours. It’s best to thoroughly doggie proof the home until the greyhound knows the rules about ‘their stuff’ and ‘our stuff.’ Molly counter surfed and wolfed down three loaves of bread that were left out on the kitchen counter during her first week in foster HA! Molly is healthy and no foods seem to bother her. She would do best in a home with another dog, and where the adopter is not absent from the home for long periods.