In shelter Dog

San Martin, California, 95046
Pit Bull Terrier
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Mollie is currently in foster care, please see what her foster family has to say! `Mollie is looking for a forever home. She had a tough start in live, having been re-homed twice, which was not fair on her. She is beautiful, still very much a puppy on occasions and loves some routines, she is active but also loves to spend half of the day sleeping.She needs a home with no small children and no other pets. She is house broken and good on the leash. The new owner will need to commit to continue with her training, working on her dog reactivity. Mollie is a ball of energy that will welcome you home with bum wags and a lot of attention. She loves to cuddle and sometimes thinks she is a lap dog, she might join your zoom meeting if you are in a large enough chair for the two of you. We love Mollie to bits but planning a family, she will not be a fit with a baby in the house, so we cannot fully adopt her. Happy to drive to do a meet and greet and make sure she finds the right forever home.Foster Location -San FranciscoAge - 1 year and 2/3 months Gender - FemaleSpayedVaccinated to dateMissrosado.gonzalez@gmail.com415 601 2335`


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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