Adopt Molly B a Black - with White Boston Terrier / Mixed dog in Toronto
Molly is an lovable, easy going and confident three year old spayed female Boston terrier mixture. She recently underwent surgery for a luxating patella and is recovering very well. She is completely vaccinated and in nice health.She’s very intelligent and responsive to her name, and knows several commands. Molly loves all people and is curious and enthusiastic when greeting strangers in the street. Although she gets along reasonably well well with our dog Molly can sometimes be confrontational with other dogs while on leash.She is very great with kids and enjoys the affection of our grandchildren. Molly is playful and often initiates this with play bows. She is always up for a game of tug or retrieving, and enjoys a rawhide chew which she often eventually hides somewhere in the house for later.Molly is really adorable and affectionate and loves to snuggle on the couch. While she will sleep in her own bed she prefers to sleep with us.Molly is very food focused and has a healthy appetite. She would likely be easy to train with treats. Although she would prefer to be with you all the time Molly is not destructive when on her own for a few hours and does not bark. Molly is thoroughly house trained and has never had an accident. When she needs to go out or wants food, she will stare at you intensely while emitting soft comical grunts.Molly is an sweet three year old spayed female Boston terrier who came into our rescue from a family that could no longer care for her. She is well-behaved and responds to simple commands. She is very affectionate with adults and kids. Her fave things include playing and eating! Molly rarely barks and shows no separation anxiety issues. She is housetrained, and has no issues with strangers and meets them in a friendly, social manner. She is not destructive when left alone. We feel that she would be fine for an apartment or condo dweller as she is not vocal when alone. Molly walks well on a leash and has no handling issues. She can be dog selective so a home without another dog would be the best.
October 19 on Adopt-a-Pet.com