found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Here is what her foster family had to say:
Molly is a sweet little dog who would fit into most homes. She would be fine with respectful children especially if she were permitted to snuggle in their beds. She would make an excellent walking companion as she loves to go go go but will then sleep the rest of the day away. She would be ok with another dog friend but would love to be the center of attention as an only dog too.
Molly is sweet and playful. She's got plenty of spunk but is always ready to lay and cuddle at anytime. She is not afraid of strangers but will be a little stand-offish for the first few minutes but after that, everyone is her friend. Molly always behaves with dignity, and gets along with other household pets and children. She is gentle and always in a happy mood with the tail going constantly as a reminder of how willing she is to please you. She will bond very strongly to her new family and likes to be considered as a respected family member.
She is an independent little girl that is intelligent, lovable, affectionate, sociable, and cheerful. She seldom barks unless there is a good reason and is for the most part very laid back. She would be adaptable to many lifestyles and would respond well to patient, gentle training.
Molly is happy to go for long walks but doesn't need to long walks as she is small and active enough in the home. She loves to play outside but is happiest when she is allowed to be with her people. She doesn't like being crated away from the family at night and instead wants to be in your bed. Whoever adopts Molly should be someone that would enjoy having her as a constant companion and who would allow her in their bed and included in any family activities. She would be great as a family pet or as a single's companion. She is fine with other pets but of course would love all the attention for herself.
If you would like to make Molly part of your family, please submit an application for consideration.