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A darling of a girl -- meet Molly! She is a happy-go-lucky Springer mix, always smiling, always ready to play, and always up for a good snuggle on the couch. Her freckled face makes you melt!
Molly was adopted through ESRA as a pup almost three years ago to a sweet young family. She's been very well loved and cared for. Unfortunately, the newest human member of the family was severely allergic to her and couldn't be a healthy baby with Molly in the house. So, Molly is here again waiting for her final Forever Home!
Molly is the most wonderful dog! She has a beautifully gentle temperament with adults, children, and dogs. She's got loads of Springer energy but settles nicely in the house. Her preference is to be next to you on the couch with her head resting in your lap. She loves chasing squirrels and adores playing with her foster brother.
Her ideal home is one where she has a stay-at-home or work-at-home family. She would love another playful (preferably male) four-legged friend to bound around and wrestle with. She would also do well as an only dog, but only if her family will spend lots of time with her and include her in all their activities. She does need a nice-sized fenced yard and daily walks and/or jogs. She doesn't get into any trouble when she is left alone uncrated. She fares well in the car and at the vet. She adores everyone, especially children. She hopes to find a home where she can lounge on the couch with her family and "spoon" in your bed at night.
Molly is very healthy and lean and is in great shape. She's been spayed, is current on her shots and heartworm preventative, and she is microchipped. She's been battling a chronic infection in her right ear. We have recently cultured it to determine specifically which little bug is involved and the exact antibiotic to administer. So all should be cleared up soon.
We cannot sing Molly's praises enough. She is the cutest, sweetest girl in the world!
Please submit an Online Adoption Application if you are interested in Molly. It is always the first step in our adoption process.