Molly is just so loving

This little girl Molly, is a petite Cross Husky/Alsatian mix. Molly is more Alsatian than Husky, but has colouring of a Husky. This beautiful girl was rescued from terrible abuse by her owner, by a volunteer from a Spanish rescue, she has been fostering her and nurturing her back to trust, health and full weight again. In just a few days Molly is just so loving – does not cower any more when you go in to see her, and once she is touched and caressed, she does not leave your side.

Breed : Husky mix Alsation
Age : 2 years

Its hard to know how a dog can be so abused and then with a short time of experiencing love and affection the dog returns this threefold!
Molly is not a huge girl, standing at 53 cms floor to shoulder and 83 cms from neck to start of tail. Her neck is 42 cms. She has a very affectionate nature and has blossomed into a really lovely girl. Molly is not good with cats

Poor Molly had been chained since birth and with illegal collar- the one which opens up and digs into the skin!!! Left in a tiny area with no shade, green water, and a small loaf of bread thrown to her from time to time and even worse she has suffered abuse.

Molly would thrive on training or any related activities, she is quick to learn and her breed would make her obedience ready.

Fosterer’s report :

There was no need for any of this cruelty, she has a very loving nature, very wanting and appreciative of human contact. How she has remained such a nice natured girl is quite humbling.

Our grand daughter today went in to give Molly her food and to see her reaction, which was very good, she was happy to play and snuggle up to her so she is good with children. We then tried Molly out with our dogs Cameroon, Grey, Buttercup and Nico, no problem – so she will be good with other dogs, only thing she reacts to are the cats, so better not with cats, that apart, she is a very very nice girl.

Current location
In a foster home in Spain can travel to the UK once she has a home to go to

Vaccinated, wormed, flea treated
Pet Passport
4 weeks free Pet Insurance
Any known health issues NONE KNOWN

For Dogs coming from Spain
This adoption fee is a contribution towards the costs of rescuing the dog- microchip, passport, vaccines, tests for European diseases, neutering, parasite treatment and transport to the UK.

Adoption Fee : £ 165 – to be paid direct to the Spanish rescue to cover travel costs via UK bank account

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