Update: We are so happy for Molly! A foster family has stepped forward to rehab Molly after her surgery! She will be in the best hands and we hope will recover quickly.Molly is a beautiful Liver and White Brittany of 45 pounds. She is very sweet, wants to hug and cuddle all day long. Yes, she hugs you. She wants to be the center of your universe. She knows her name, comes when she is called or whistled for, is housebroken and crate trained. She is a really great dog. Molly came to us with a huge invasive fatty Lipoma on her left shoulder.With ABR’s donor’s help, Molly has had a CT Scan to determine the extent of this lipoma . It was not good. The lipomahas grown from under her left leg (her armpit area) up to her neck close to her carotid artery and trachea. It then goes under her left shoulder between her muscles. It has pushed her shoulder joint out of alignment and has forced her leg to turn inward. She is basically pigeon toed on that foot.The determination is that she will be 100% cured from this lipoma if her leg is removed. It is a difficult decision, but we know that if her leg is not amputated, the lipoma will return, and may be more aggressive than it is now.Molly is scheduled for surgery on March 3, 2021. Molly’s ideal forever home is one where she is the only pet. She loves her people, and she doesn’t like to share. She is quite athletic, loves to play, but will calm down and quietly chew on a bone by your feet.If you would be interested in helping to defray the costs of Molly’s surgery, please make a donation in her name.