Dog Story: Hi there, my name is Molly! Am I a looker or what?! I am an affectionate, smart and energetic girl who would love an active family to call my own. I LOVE kids, but will probably do best with a family who has kids over the age of 10 as I can be sneaky and dart out the door. I also get along great with other dogs and would love to have a playmate that I can play chase with. I am house broken and have excellent house manners. I am crate trained though my foster family has found that I can be left unattended in the house with no issue. I am happy to curl up on the bed with you or snooze the night away in my crate. I know all the basic commands: sit, lay down, stay, shake and high five (how cool is that?!). I also know heel! Okay okay, so I know ‘heel’ for about 5 10 steps and then I get distracted, but my foster family works with me EVERY DAY on my leash manners. I am trying really hard and improving every day. I am very smart and have a strong desire to please so my foster mom thins I will have it down in no time. I love to be outside. My foster family takes me for walks and/or runs every day and that is my favorite time of day. Well, that and belly-rubs time!! I LOVES BELLY RUBS!!!! And popcorn. I really love popcorn, too. And watermelon. Nom-nom-nom!! I am very affectionate and love to cuddle up beside you on the couch or bed. I am happy to roll on my back with all four paws up in the air so you can easily access my belly for belly rubs. Really, whatever I can do to make it easy for you. Easy for you = more belly rubs for me. It’s a win-win! If you would like to meet me, please fill out an adoption application and contact Andrea Bock her contact information is to the left. History: Molly’s family made the very sad decision that she is just too energetic for a household with two young children. Molly would run out the door past the children and they were afraid she may get hit by a car. Molly was VERY loved and well cared for. She had routine vet visits, was kept current on all her vaccinations and heartworm medication. Molly even has her bloodline paperwork, all her vet records and 6 months of heartworm preventative! Molly came into foster with basic obedience training.