Molly is an 11 year old staffie who came into our care as a stray. She has been spending some time in a foster home and her foster carers report she is a pleasure to have around. She is housetrained and travels well. She has been happy around children but as an older lady who does have some limited hearing and a touch of arthritis she would prefer to live with older children who will understand if she needs some space, or visiting children only.
Molly can live with other dogs, as long as they are also laid back but would also be happy as an only dog. She loves to be with people and is affectionate but has also been ok to be left for up to 3.5 hours. She still enjoys her walks, although she doesn't need a large amount of exercise, she prefers some gentle potters with lots of stops to sniff and explore.
Molly is a sweetheart and will make a wonderful addition to her new home.
Whenever dogs comes into our care they are assessed before they are adopted. This is because the majority of our dogs come from Local Authority pounds and with little or no previous history. This initial assessment period allows us to assess temperament, personality and the best match for a new home. We do not work on a first come first served basis but always strive to find the ideal home for each dog.
All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered, vaccinated, wormed, flea treated and microchipped prior to adoption. A homecheck is required, and you will need to come along to the centre to meet the dog with your own dog(s) and family. Our adoption fee is £200.