Molly Wants to Start the New Year in a New Home
4-year-old, medium, female, Belgian Malinois mix
Good with other dogs: Large dogs only
Good with cats: No
Good with children: Yes
What a sweet and funny girl we have in Molly. She’s got such a fun-loving personality. Molly loves people and is very sweet. Even though she’s 4 years old, we think she was likely forced to live in a kennel all the time when she was younger. She’s starting to learn her manners, but sadly, nobody took the time to give this girl the benefit of positive training.
Molly would do well as an only dog, but she does get along with most large dogs. However, no cats or small dogs for this girl, she has a pretty high prey drive being a Belgian Malinois mix. This also means that Molly will need a job. Mals are very intelligent and active dogs and need “work” to keep their minds and bodies busy. So her adopters must be prepared to run, walk, play and/or hike with Molly.
At her heart, Molly is a girl that just loves to have fun. She loves to play ball and is already housebroken and uses the doggy door. She’s also fine being alone in the house and is not destructive at all.
If you can open your heart and home to pretty girl Molly, please fill out our online application to get the approval process started. We will only schedule meet and greets with an approved application. All staff members are volunteers and are not compensated for their time and expenses. Many juggle family and full-time careers while volunteering at Saving Paws. Please be patient, as sometimes it takes up to 5 days to process an application.
If you have questions about Molly please contact Saving Paws
"Saving Paws" rescue specializes in German Shepherd Dogs and Belgian Malinois. These are the two primary breeds used in military and law enforcement service worldwide. We also partner with other rescues and can assist in locating your perfect pet.
"Saving Paws" is a registered 501c3 non-profit corporation. All staff members are volunteers and are not compensated for their time and expenses. Donations and adoption fees offset the high cost of veterinary care, food, boarding and numerous other expenses. By adopting from “Saving Paws", you become our partner in the rescue. You can make a difference in both financial contribution and working to save deserving animals. Adopting a rescue dog saves two lives. The K-9 friend that you adopted and another that can be brought in by the space created. Open your heart and adopt today.
"Saving Paws" primarily obtains dogs from local "High Kill" shelters. We are often there last hope. Our adoptions have gone on become service dogs, search and rescue dogs, sport dogs, AKC title holders and of course cherished family pets and protectors. Please consider a rescue dog and give these wonderful animals a second chance.
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Currently our resources do not allow one central facility for our operations. We have many dogs in foster care and board others at the Canine Country Club. They are located in Phoenix, Arizona. All adoptions are by appointment. We do our best to be available and accommodate your schedule. However, being volunteer, we ask for your patience and assistance in all matters. A minor inconvenience is a small price to pay for helping a dog in need.
"Saving Paws" also participates in numerous adoption events year around. We will post these to our website and to this venue as they are scheduled.
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"Saving Paws" serves Phoenix Arizona and the surrounding communities. Adoptions nationwide are offered through partner rescues and by special arrangement.
"Saving Paws" works individually with each potential adopter to assure a good match and successful placement. The specific adoption process can vary and includes:
* Telephone and or email consultation.
* "Meet & Greet" with selected animals. We request that all family members and pets be present.
* Adoption application and reference check.
* Home visit
* Completion of the adoption process.
* Any additional follow up or assistance required.
Adoption fees and donations offset the extremely high cost of veterinary care, food, boarding and numerous other expenses.