My name is Molly and I want to tell you why I’m so adoptable! My foster mom has had to guess about what my life has been like before coming to live with her and she thinks that I spent my puppyhood in a back yard with little interaction. I didn’t know simple commands like sit, down or come and I had never seen a leash or ridden in a car. Let me tell you though I have been making up for lost time and it’s been great! I want to tell you about my latest adventure! I met a BOY! It was instant love and we knew just what to do with each other! We ran and ran in circles and played pretend rough until we both had to take a rest but once we caught our breaths we were at it again. My foster mom and the boy’s dad said we were an equal match and they laughed at us as they took pictures of us playing and cuddling together. I really hope my forever home has a good boy that will play with me and love me. Well I guess that’s about it, my foster mom can tell you more details but I know she thinks I’m special because she tells me I am every day. Sometimes she speaks very sternly to me and wags her finger at me when I do something she doesn’t like but I know what love is now and I want more of it. Oh and she wants me to tell you that I have never had an accident inside, I am not an escape artist and I have done very little renegade chewing. I have slipped up a few times but she always gives me a chewy toy instead and I’m happy with that. Mom tells me I’m just a little girl who has been very easy to care for and I will make a terrific pet for the right family. So that’s it, I would so much love a good home where they understand me and want me to be part of their family forever. I promise to try my hardest and to love them forever too. Molly is a female Staffordshire terrier mix, about 10 months old and in excellent health. She was wandering around before finding her way into a backyard and I eventually took her to my home to foster. Molly has a sweet disposition and has never questioned my authority and has also knelt before the King – which would be a 13 lb. poodle. Molly rolls on her back and lets him know that she is okay with him being the boss. Not much of a chewer, even at her young age, she will take a sock or shoe and carry it into another room, but she has not destroyed anything. Due to my circumstances at this time she has to stay outside when I’m not at home and she has behaved beautifully and easily makes the transition from outside to in. She sleeps inside at night and has not had any accidents from the first day she came to me. She is not a big barker but I love that she will bark once at the back door to let me know she would like to come in. She recently interacted with a young boy and she was perfect with him and so happy to have someone with her energy, they played and cuddled and rough housed until they both passed out. Healthy, spayed and utd on shots. So to recap on Molly's great qualities: housebroken, wonderful with kids, fast learner, sweet personality, great with cats and other dogs, an exceptional pet. To adopt please fill out an adoption application.For more information about our adoption procedures and fees, please visit our homepage at Good Dog Rescue.For more information or if your have questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.