Molly – 4 year old female Dachshund Cross

Molly is a 4 year old female Dachshund Cross. She is fostered in Suffolk and she is the sweetest little girl you could wish to meet.

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Molly loves all humans, dogs, toys and flowers. There is nothing this little girl does not like, which is surprising given her terrible background.

Molly arrived at foster she was only 4.5kgs and very underweight. She is now a healthy girl at 9 kgs.

Molly loves food and will eat whatever is at her height. She is not aggressive in any way – quite the opposite! Molly was removed from a breeder.

Molly spent all of her life in a crate giving birth and seeing her babies taken away to be sold! We have no idea how many times she gave birth but no one cared about her. Eventually, she was saved, and we took her under our wing at DWB Scotland.

Molly walks well on a lead and has a really good recall. She lives with 4 other dogs very happily and it doesn’t matter the size, she will play with any dog.

Molly is house-trained and will bark in play and talk to you.

Molly is growing into a confident beautiful woman. Molly can be left for short periods quite happily.

Molly has learned so much in foster and has been so loved by her family that she has just blossomed. Although not ready to leave her foster, we are accepting applications for her.

Molly is currently being fostered in Suffolk. She is due to be spayed shortly. Once she has recovered she will then be able to leave.

Going forward Molly would thrive in a home with a garden and a resident dog. Molly would not be suited to live in a flat.

Molly’s new owner would need to understand the needs of a dachshund so previous experience would be good although each applicant would be vetted individually.

There are no restrictions on the type of household she can live in so children over the age of 8 years are fine.

Dogs Without Borders Scotland
Dogs Without Borders Scotland

For further details about adopting a dog from Dogs Without Borders Scotland, please contact Janet by emailing dwbscot@gmail.com or via our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/dwbscot using the messenger button.

All of our dogs come from Romania and have spent time with our Romanian rescuer either in their home or in suitable kennels until adopted. As we are a small rescue we have only a few dogs in foster in the UK, most are direct adoptions from Romania to the UK.

We offer support throughout the whole process as well as after the dog has arrived which is the most important time of all.

We do not adopt to families with resident children under the age of 7yrs. and try where possible to cat test out dogs. Please note, all our dogs have comprehensive blood works as well as being fully vaccinated/microchipped and registered to the new owner.

We also neutered/spayed responsibly and provide full post adoption support. Home check/application form apply as well as telephone/video call.

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