Molly is a 3 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross. She is thriving in her foster home, but would love a forever home. Sweet girl Molly needs a quiet home, one where she is the only pet. However, we feel she does need a large dog experienced home who are able to walk her as she is a strong girl.

Molly is well behaved in the home and is house-trained, but does not like to be left, so a home with lots of company is advantageous. Molly has lived with a young child since she was a puppy but, can be nervous when she meets new people therefore, we feel it is best if families with children 16+ only apply to adopt her. She needs to be the only pet and definitely no cats.

All adoptions are subject to checks and adoption fee.

*Update 2021*

Molly has been looking for a new home since June 2021, she is an amazing dog, but she will need a special family who will give her the time to settle in and build her confidence at her own speed. It took her two weeks to settle into her foster home, but her foster dads are now besotted with this affectionate girl, they said:

“She was so nervous at first and needed lots of TLC to get her to warm to you. It was a week before she let us touch her but now, loves scratches and hugs, and lots of licks.

“As she is quite big, she can be a little scary when you first meet her, as she’s got a good deep bark. But she’s more scared of you than the other way round. She also has a couple of different barks, a low bark which means she is demanding something she wants, generally food and a higher pitched playful bark which means it’s play time, where she loves playing ball and being chased around the garden and house.

“Molly loves to snuggle up and takes over the bed. She has so much love, kisses, and hugs to give if only given a lot of time and patience.”

Molly is a large, affectionate girl with a big soft heart, who loves people. She needs someone with the patience to allow her to settle in, just like her wonderful foster dads.

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Warrington Animal Welfare Cheshire

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Warrington Animal Welfare, please telephone 01925 748638 or email

All homes are carefully vetted for suitability and would be preferably within 50 miles of Cheshire. A donation is required to the rescue to cover the rescues vet fees.

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