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Molly

Gorgeous Molly is a delightfully happy girl with so much love to give. She is at her best when receiving endless fuss and attention from her favorite people. Molly also loves to be out exploring, or bringing people her favourite tennis ball for a game of fetch! Molly can be grumpy when she meets certain dogs, but her behaviour is easily manageable and she is happy to trot away with her handler when prompted. She is very intelligent, eager to please and cannot wait to find her forever family. This sweet happy girl will make an loyal and loving companion.

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Molly is new

If you are interested in adopting Molly, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.

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  • Breed
  • Husky X Akita
  • Age
  • 7 years 3 months old
  • Weight
  • 30kg
  • Colour
  • Pinto
  • Sex
  • female
  • Reason for arrival
  • Change of Circumstances
  • Can be left alone?
  • Few hours
  • Can live with dogs?
  • No
  • Can live with cats?
  • No
  • Can live with children?
  • Yes (please read 'Other Notes' section below)
  • Garden required?
  • Yes (private garden)
  • Toilet trained?
  • Yes (but will need time to settle)
  • Travels well?
  • Yes
  • Knows basic commands?
  • Yes
  • Friendly with strangers?
  • Yes
  • Can live in a flat?
  • Yes a ground floor flat
  • Social with dogs on walks?
  • Can be grumpy
  • Needs to attend training classes?
  • 1-2-1 training with a dog trainer required
  • Owner experience?
  • Experienced owner
  • Daily exercise required?
  • 1hr controlled walk on a longline
  • Medical conditions?
  • See 'Other Notes' section for more info

Other Notes

Molly could live with children aged 12 and older, providing they have experience with dogs and following a successful introduction at the Mayhew. Molly can be grumpy around certain dogs and will need to wear a muzzle and longline on walks as a safety measure, she is comfortable wearing her muzzle and her behaviour is easily managed. It would be best for her to be rehomed semi rural so she can enjoy her walks without bumping into lots of other dogs. Molly has spondylosis of her spine, a noninflammatory, degenerative condition characterised by the production of bone spurs along the vertebrae. These growths are usually due to aging, injury or a genetic predisposition. At Mayhew we trialled Molly on pain relief which did not make any significant difference with her behaviour towards other dogs. At the moment she is a very happy dog not showing any obvious pain or discomfort. In the future, it may be that she will eventually need on-going pain relief. Molly has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and is up to date with flea and worm treatment. She has also been health checked and behaviourally assessed.

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Molly is new

If you are interested in adopting Molly, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.

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