MOLLY was a great momma to “The Brat Pack” and now it’s her time to shine. Molly’s ideal day is eat, go out and play (i.e. chase birdies in flight, chase a ball) while stopping from time to time to chew a little grass, rinse and repeat. She prefers if her humans come with her but is content to roam the yard on her own or with a canine buddy. Molly will then come in for pets, loving and curling up on the couch with her person, or making herself comfortable on one of the many dog beds around the house (most often the one in foster dad’s office when he is close by, like right now as I write this).
Molly is a little over 3 years of age, with a short, curly smooth coat. She currently weighs in at about 44 lbs., but we would like to see her lose another 4 – 5 pounds to be at her ideal weight. Her activity level should make losing that weight a breeze. Molly is house and crate trained, willingly going into her crate for meals, down time and bedtime, where she sleeps quietly through the night. Molly also travels well. She would be fine with or without other dogs in the house. She would probably very much enjoy getting all the attention.
Momma loves people. Tell her “good girl” or “pretty girl” and she will twirl around and come in close for some special attention. She gets along with other dogs, though initially she does try to establish the pecking order with her at the top, and does not seem really interested in cats. She coexists with our indoor cats without a problem, but we are unsure if she would chase if a cat were to run near her outdoors. She sort of knows basic commands (sit is more a sit to down), and does well with crate, and responds well to recall.
MOLLY is micro-
MOLLY is being fostered north of Corning in Tehama County, CA.
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