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|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-23-00162Molly-ADOPTION PENDING (female)|
We all know how we get that awww feeling when we see an adorable puppy. They're so new and fresh with every possibility open to them. That's the case unless they're in a high-kill shelter that quickly runs out of space...then they can become a bit shy as if the world is a tentative place. With love and assurance..they quickly come back overflowing with puppy love and opportunity. We're so grateful for the efforts of the great Houston rescuers in saving Molly...they could see that her temperament was so loving and open that they couldn't allow her to be euthanized. Molly was immediately brought to be vetted and temperament tested...she passed both and was brought to a great Texas foster home to begin her education around house manners and socialization. It turns out that Molly, at only 16 weeks old, is so cooperative (even if a bit unsure at times) that it's been a fun and rewarding experience for her foster mom to watch her blossom. She's like a blank slate...open and curious about the possibilities of the world. If Molly continues her regimen of time with loving humans and classes that promote positive relationships with other dogs as well as bonding with her people...Molly will become a well-adjusted and extremely pleasant adult companion. Molly is a gorgeous puppy with a Benji-like coat that speaks of youth and good health. Her demeanor is just who she is...she appears to be just a bit more analytical than your average crazy puppy. If you are kind to Molly..she is your best friend and is very interested in some serious bonding. If Molly is treated kindly (treats and belly rubs always help) with clear behavioral guidelines, she will become a well-adjusted adult dog who respects her people as her leaders. This is the kind of family we're searching for for Molly. Molly currently weighs 14 lbs (the vets anticipate her to weigh approximately 20 lbs when full-grown.) She's the perfect size to be very portable and low-maintenance enough to take along on fun adventures. We feel it's very important that Molly is provided with exercise and mental stimulation to develop into a well-adjusted companion. She will be a perfect size to enjoy hiking and adventures in the Colorado mountains. We'd also like a family who spends lots of time at home and chooses to include a fuzzy puppy in their activities. Molly appears to a be a non-shedding girl (she is a mix of 2 non-shedding breeds according to the shelter vets)...although it's difficult to tell since she still has her puppy coat. She will require periodic baths/brushing and great nutrition to keep her coat soft and matt-free. We don't know if Molly will arrive in Boulder already having been spayed. Texas vets are sometimes hesitant to fix puppies at such a young age. If Molly arrives in Colorado unfixed, Farfel's is happy to cover all costs for her spay as well as microchip at our Denver vet. Molly will be arriving on transport in Boulder on Friday 4/3/15. Applications are currently being accepted and can be found at http://farfelsrescue.com/adoption/. If you're interested in this sweet and endearing puppy, please fill out and return to email@example.com or mail a hard copy to Farfel's Farm 906 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 (Less)
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Norwich Terrier in Colorado|
Norwich Terrier Dogs can make good pets in Colorado if they match your IifestyIe. Norwich Terriers are nearly identical to Norfolk Terriers, by which they differ only cosmetically (These two Terriers were once considered to be the same breed.) Norwich Terriers have an excellent disposition, are wonderful with children, and typically can get along with other pets. Norwich Terriers need to be with people and should have good obedience training. Housebreaking may require some patience. Norwich Terriers can live in an apartment if they get enough exercise.
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