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My name is Molly!
I'm being cared for by
Seattle Dogs Homeless Program
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Approve Application

6.

Pay Fee

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Approve Application

6.

Pay Fee

Facts about me

Breed
Chihuahua
Color
Black - with White
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
(Current) 8 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Molly1

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

MOLLY NEEDS A FOSTER
Do you have experience with a seizure dog? Meet Molly she is 4-5yrs old, 8lbs, we don't know a lot about her aside from we were told she has seizures. We were told she's had them since she was a puppy & these episodes occur usually 3x's a week lasting a min or so. Unfortunately Molly has never received vet care for her seizures so this will be a learning curve for all of us & will be addressed with our vet in which we will welcome you to be involved with them to ensure she has the right meds. .The only time Molly did see a vet was as a young pup she was spayed & vaccinated. The seizures started sometime after the vaccines/spay but since this was done thru a shelter program we are with out those vet records.
Molly has lived with other little dogs. She is paper trained and will go outside too if you have a little yard. She has not been leash trained.

If your interested in fostering Molly please fill out a application. Any questions please message or email us seattledogs@hotmail.com
https://form.jotform.com/seattledogs/foster-application-form

Seattle Dogs Homeless Program is in need of fosters in the Seattle area, for dogs that have been surrendered and will be available for adoption. We provide the food, supplies, vet care and you supply the love and safety. Are you able to open your heart and home to a animal in need?

Disclaimer :
Often with rescue surrenders we are not told much about the dogs we take in and we want you to understand that they may have issues that we are unaware of. We do our very best to ensure we are placing them in homes they will fit in. They may be afraid, not potty trained, or leash trained, may need time to adjust, give cuddles etc but one thing we know is that they are needing a home in which they can feel safe and loved and in return they will do the same.

Seattle Dogs Homeless Program is a 501c3 that helps both homeless and surrendered dogs find loving homes. Adoption fees go to support vetting and anything left over transfers to another
MOLLY NEEDS A FOSTER
Do you have experience with a seizure dog? Meet Molly she is 4-5yrs old, 8lbs, we don't know a lot about her aside from we were told she has seizures. We were told she's had them since she was a puppy & these episodes occur usually 3x's a week lasting a min or so. Unfortunately Molly has never received vet care for her seizures so this will be a learning curve for all of us & will be addressed with our vet in which we will welcome you to be involved with them to ensure she has the right meds. .The only time Molly did see a vet was as a young pup she was spayed & vaccinated. The seizures started sometime after the vaccines/spay but since this was done thru a shelter program we are with out those vet records.
Molly has lived with other little dogs. She is paper trained and will go outside too if you have a little yard. She has not been leash trained.

If your interested in fostering Molly please fill out a application. Any questions please message or email us seattledogs@hotmail.com
https://form.jotform.com/seattledogs/foster-application-form

Seattle Dogs Homeless Program is in need of fosters in the Seattle area, for dogs that have been surrendered and will be available for adoption. We provide the food, supplies, vet care and you supply the love and safety. Are you able to open your heart and home to a animal in need?

Disclaimer :
Often with rescue surrenders we are not told much about the dogs we take in and we want you to understand that they may have issues that we are unaware of. We do our very best to ensure we are placing them in homes they will fit in. They may be afraid, not potty trained, or leash trained, may need time to adjust, give cuddles etc but one thing we know is that they are needing a home in which they can feel safe and loved and in return they will do the same.

Seattle Dogs Homeless Program is a 501c3 that helps both homeless and surrendered dogs find loving homes. Adoption fees go to support vetting and anything left over transfers to another
Rescue

Seattle Dogs Homeless Program

Contact info
Pet ID
Molly1
Contact
Phone
Address
Seattle, WA 98102

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Applications reviewed within 48 hrs of receipt. Read post carefully Email us any questions or concerns. Do Not Call!

2.

Interview

Facebook/Instagram must be unlocked

3.

Home Check

Home check done in person or will be done by photo/video

4.

Meet the Pet

Meeting will be done for approved applicants in Edmonds or Capital Hill Seattle, If you have a dog they must come too

5.

Approve Application

6.

Pay Fee

Sign contract & pay adoption donation

Additional adoption info

It's important to us to find the right fit for the dog we've been entrusted with and all steps must be completed in order to do what's best for each dog.
It's important to us to find the right fit for the dog we've been entrusted with and all steps must be completed in order to do what's best for each dog.

Go meet their pets

Meeting our dogs is prearranged
Meeting our dogs is prearranged

More about this rescue

Seattle Dogs is a Washington State 501c3 non profit rescue that takes in owner surrenders. We love dogs and enjoy being the ones to share in the adoption process. We are also a street outreach program providing food, supplies, emergency vet care incl spay and neuter, for animals living in homelessness
Seattle Dogs is a Washington State 501c3 non profit rescue that takes in owner surrenders. We love dogs and enjoy being the ones to share in the adoption process. We are also a street outreach program providing food, supplies, emergency vet care incl spay and neuter, for animals living in homelessness

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