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Molly C 23080

Hi! My Name Is Molly C 23080

We're happy to tell you that Molly C 23080 has a new furever home.
Please visit our Available Dogs Page to see the pups currently available.

Molly will remain in the Recovery Room until cleared for adoption.

Good Golly Little Miss Molly!  Hi, my name is Molly but my current foster already has a few nicknames
for me like “Shadow” (I like to be my foster mom’s shadow) and “Tink” (I got to watch Peter Pan with my
foster family and I jumped up on the couch and watched the movie intently) oh and “Sweet Baby Girl”. I
was rescued from a puppy mill where I had a bit of a rough start to life, but I am so very ready to leave
that in the past and enjoy life in a loving home. They say I am around 6 years old. I am what they call a
Cavachon (Cavalier and Bichon) but my foster momma just says I am a sweetie pie, if that is a breed? I
don’t shed much if at all. I am currently being treated for ear infections (I don’t need medicine as they
put some long lasting medicine in my ears that should take care of it, I just can’t get them wet for a
month). I was having trouble eating hard food and had some bad breath, the doctor ended up having to
remove 13 of my teeth, yikes. While I know that sounds bad, I’m doing well with my recovery and am
happy I will no longer have the mouth pain. I am really good at following the other doggies outside to
use the bathroom. I just need to be reminded every so often to go outside – my foster mom is always
soooo happy and tells me I’m amazing when I go potty outside. I’m a bit skittish as I am learning the
way humans move around. My foster humans just move around as normal and I am learning to adapt. I
might be more timid of small humans but I have no problem with women or men. What I have found
out since my rescue is that I LOVE to be LOVED. I love to be by my foster mom’s side all the time. I am
loving more and more being held and pet. I love to lay next to a calm human on the couch and snuggle. I
sleep in a crate at night where I can see my foster mom and I rarely make a peep – she tells me ‘Quiet’
and I’ll go right back to sleep. I eat well – it currently has to be softened. I am good with the other dogs
(big and small) in the house, I will give a little growl to the pesky puppy when he pushes me too far and
he backs off. When no one is home I need to go in a crate as I will look everywhere for my human and
get nervous but I don’t really like being left alone and I will bark for a bit. As I said, I much rather be with
you wherever you are, but I am sure with time I will learn that you come back. I do need a secure fenced
area as I like to explore and if there is a way out, I’ll probably find it. I will still need to be spayed after I
recover from the anesthesia of getting my teeth pulled, but besides that I am feeling better every day
now that I’ve received such great care and I’m getting more and more excited every day to explore this
world as a loved pup.