Molly May is a three and a half years old Maltese/Shih Tzu. I received an email from a lady helping her daughter find a home for her daughter's dog. She said they paid $300.00 for her, she is now 18 months old, and they couldn't get her housebroken. They are wanting $150.00. Me and my big mouth emailed her back and told her she was beautiful and I would take her if she was free, but I couldn't pay that much for a dog.
Fifteen minutes later the lady emailed me back and said she talked her daughter, and she decided to cut her loses and would give her to me for nothing. I then had to call my husband and tell him we had a new addition to our family. Well, 2 years later she is one of the best things that has happen to me. She was not hard at all to housebreak.
Molly enjoys going on walks, Jeep rides, or just snuggle on the sofa. She has little stuffed animals that she loves to play with; she tosses them up in the air and catches them. She is so good with our two grandsons -5 and 3. She loves them and they just adore her. Molly is the little girl I never had and she is a camera hog. I get out the camera and she jumps around in front of me wanting her picture taken.
By Rita O.
I love your story about Molly. She was meant to be with you it seems. What one person can accomplish with a pet another one may not get the expected results. Fortunate for you and your family she's everything and more. A really pretty girl.
A very nice story to read. Your Molly May is a carbon copy of our Sadie who is 7 yrs. old now. We got her as a puppy and she is a mix of Shih-tzu, Cocker-Poodle and only weighs six lbs. We did pay $350.00 for her which we thought was a outrageous price for a mixed breed dog but now we say it's the best $350.00 we have ever spent. We fell in love with her the minute we laid eyes on her.
People that know our Sadie feel she doesn't even seem like a dog, more like a cute, stuffed animal that walks and loves sitting on your lap and sleeping on your bed with you. (Have to admit she is a bit spoiled).
One thing to note is, keep an eye on your Molly's teeth. We had the misfortune of having to have some of our Sadie's teeth pulled due to the fact I didn't brush them as often as I should have. When doing so, it's also a good time to wipe her eyes with a damp washcloth to eliminate any tear staining. We wish you many fun years with your cute Molly.
Love Molly's story and aren't you glad you have a big mouth? With that extra money you were able to get her lots of toys to play with. You and Molly are definitely a good fit since she learned right away to be poddy trained. :-)
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