Hi! My Name Is Molly

We're happy to tell you that Molly has a new furever home.
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Barks and Meows Rescue introduces Molly.  She is a 4-year-old Boxer Mix, who weighs 60lbs but is not tall.  She has a short hair coat and a long tail.  She was an owner surrender to a shelter. Molly is just a wonderful dog.  She loves to be with her family and is not a high energy gal.  She is very quiet and adores all children.  Molly is sweet and loves to be cuddled.  It is obvious, she wants to please her family members.  She is always on her best behavior.  We expect she has a prey drive due to her mix, so must go to a cat-free home.  Her previous owner also told the shelter she was not good with goats.  This means she has come from a rural home.  She would not be used to the activity and noise of a city.  Her adopters will require patience in desensitizing her to the sounds and sites in the community.  She is currently being fostered in a country home. Molly enjoys her meal time and came in too thin.  She had puppies 3 months ago and sure she has had multiple litters.  She is now spayed, so with a good diet, she will put weight on in no time.   Molly enjoys car rides and does well in a vehicle.  Currently, she sleeps on a chair at night time.   We have found Molly to be dog selective.  She doesn't like dogs that are rowdy and roughhousing with each other.  That may be due to her maternal instinct to protect coming through.  She is okay with calm dogs.  She was surrendered with another dog to the shelter by her previous owner.  Molly is not a bouncy, hyper dog, and does not jump up on people. This breed is protective of the family and treats the children in the home as their own. The ideal home for Molly is one where she is included in family time.  This breed loves to be a member of the family.  Daily walks and car rides will help get her to bond to the family quickly.  She is gentle with anyone that gives her a treat.  A family with children, we believe, would be best.  If there is another resident dog, the dog needs to be calm and more of a companion to Molly as opposed to a playmate. Molly is spayed, up to date with vaccines, 4dx tested negative and on heartworm, flea, and tick prevention. A fully fenced yard, a family with children ages 6 and up who have been around dogs, and a Veterinarian History of Compliance is mandatory to apply for Molly.