Molly is now at a new foster home because of some health concerns of the resident dog at her previous placement. Molly is dong great with her new siblings and has settled in well. She loves to go on walks, play with toys and balls that squeak, and get treats. Molly is learning commands quickly. She is also a huge snuggler. On Friday, Molly had her first experience at doggy daycare with one of her foster brothers – and she did great! Molly is ready for a forever home. She would love to have a male dog that can keep up with her energy level and a fenced yard to run and play in.
Molly has made a lot of progress in her foster home. She is still working on her leash walking and overall manners in the home. Molly follows her foster mom everywhere and is a great snuggler. She is learning the routines and doing better with her crate. Molly loves to play with the male boxer in her foster home, especially with the tug toy. They have become great friends. She is always wagging her tail and would love to find a forever home!
Molly is settling in at her foster home and gets along great with the male boxer. She does play very rough and needs to be watched closely at the door. Molly goes into her crate independently. She needs an experienced owner who will continue to provide training and guidance.
Molly was surrendered to rescue to find a family that can provide more time and attention. She is around 2.5 yrs of age and is reported to be good with other dogs and children. Molly is a very energetic girl who needs a fenced yard to run and play in. In her previous home, Molly was primarily kept outside on an invisible fence system. She slept in a crate in the garage. AABR has brought Molly up to date on all vet care and she just arrived at her new foster home, where Molly will be living with a young male boxer. They are having a great time running and wrestling together. We will update Molly’s page as she gets settled in and her foster family gets to know her.