Molly

Jan 8, 2018

Dog Description

This amazing gal is ready for her forever family!! Thanks to her very dedicated foster mom, Molly is become such an amazing, happy, playful dog. Her house training has been perfected as well as her basic manners and commands. Might Molly be the right fit for your family? Shes a happy girl who would love another male dog as a companion and a family who will play with her and keep up her socialization! Molly would be considered for families with a male dog, older children and possibly cats (she does fine as long as she in properly introduced!)

Meet Molly!! Miss Molly joins CCR from a family who rescued her off facebook to save her from a trip to the shelter. While Molly was a very good girl for them, they quickly realized that it was just too much to handle with 4 young kids. Molly has lived with small and large dogs and would prefer a male companion who has a little bit of energy to play! Her foster family is working with her on basic manners and perfecting potty training. Unfortunately her previous families had not invested much time into teaching her these things. This sweet girl is 2 years old and would love a family to call her own with a dog friend and older children. Molly has not been cat tested. As she has not had a lot of direction in her past, she will need a family willing to work on continuing her training and ensure she knows her place in the pack.

From Molly’s foster mom:

 

Molly is extremely sweet. Although she is a submissive female corso, she’s still a corso. Her original owners left her in the backyard, so she didn’t have a lot of structure in her life before and we’re working on basic commands and house manners. She’s very high energy and needs someone who is willing to continue working on her training. She gets along well with other dogs, but that’s also largely in part because everyone knows I’m the alpha. She would do better in a household with older kids. Not sure about cats. She’s currently being crate trained and doing well at it. She’s a blue with fawn marbling and a natural tail.

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