Molly (forever name Ruby)
Molly came from a shelter in central California where she was picked up as a stray that appeared to be well-fed and cared for and was wearing a collar with no ID. Her family didn't come to find her, so when her time was up, Sunny Saints stepped in to save her. She was definitely someone's very special girl who has known love her entire life. She was house trained, walked well on a leash, got along great with all people, big and small, and got along fine with other dogs. She is a petite Saint that weighs just a little over 100 pounds and could probably stand to lose a few of those. Congratulations to the Adamick family on their adoption of this gem, and welcome to the Sunny Saints family!
Update: April 28, 2012
Update: April 28, 2012
I love her. I love her, I love her, I love her!!!! Lily has never been better with any other dog since Jewel passed away. They can play next to each other, both be given love by me at the same time, eat at the same time in the same room, and both sleep in our bedroom. Ruby gave Lily a single small kiss today, and Lily laid right down next to her this afternoon while getting simultaneous belly rubs; Ruby was fine with it!
Even if he doesn't say it out loud, Glenn (my husband) is falling for her BIG TIME! :) He took her for his first walk early this morning, he gave her tons of love last night when I wasn't home, and I caught him petting her today and saying to her, "I like you!" This is huge!
I also found out today that Ruby loves being brushed, and she has handled her ear meds like a champ! My in-laws dropped in to meet her this afternoon, too, and you would've thought she had known them forever.
She is also fantastic in public places, and is so smart that she ran upstairs today to find her favorite toy when it was playtime, with no coaxing. I thought, "Where is she going?" Then she ran back downstairs with "chicken" in her mouth!
Why anyone wouldn't search day and night for her is beyond me. Again, I love her, I love her, I LOVE her!!!
I will NEVER be able to thank you both enough for bringing me my perfect Saint, and that sentiment goes to Kirstie, too!
PS There is no better alarm clock than a happy Saint who kisses you on the nose!