Molly2 is a very cute 1-2 year-old French Bulldog/Maltese mix female who was an owner surrender at a high-kill county dog pound with her brother Syd because her family no longer had time for her. Molly and Syd are two of the sweetest dogs we've met! Molly gets along with all dogs though so she'd also do fine joining a home with another dog or two. Also, she is great with Santa!! When she came to us, her eyes were really bothering her–teary all the time and she squinted as if in pain. A trip to the vet revealed that she had entropion (inverted eyelids). The constant rubbing of the eyelids on her eyes was causing the squinting and tearing so we had this condition repaired surgically. Molly had surgery on Nov 8 and her eyes already look and feel so much better. It must be such a relief to finally be pain-free after living with this condition since she was born. Once her stitches are out on Nov 20, she'll be ready for a new home. Molly is crate-trained and likely to be housetrained too. She's a friendly, affectionate, and delightful little dog! She weighs about 18 pounds and her adoption fee is $175. Molly is spayed, heartworm negative and on monthly preventative, up-to-date on vaccinations, wormed, on flea and tick preventative, and microchipped. All Canine Lifeline adoptions come with a two-week trial period to make sure it's a great match before the adoption is finalized. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in Molly2. Molly's eye surgery cost $300. If you'd like to make a donation to help with her medical expenses so we can continue to help other dogs that need special attention, please see the link below and click "chip in": http://caninelifeline.org/2012/molly2/ Thank you!!!
We will be at the Macedonia Pet Co this Saturday (12-3pm) and Sunday (1-3pm) for our adoption events.
Also, Canine Lifeline will be at Pawsitively Pure in Broadview Heights this Saturday 10:30-4pm. It's not too late to get a picture of your pet or pets with Santa!!! Please see the link below for more information:http://caninelifeline.org/events-2/pet-photos-with-santa-broadview-hts/