Molly's Story


December 1st 2016-- ADOPTED January 6th 2017-- returned february 2017

Adoption Pending

We picked up Molly from the North Central Shelter in Los Angeles, CA. She was spayed and brought to our vet in Noho. **UPDATE: Molly was with us for a few weeks before quickly being adopted. We labeled her as "timid and shy", little did we know that at her new home she would come out of her shell. Because of her new found energy she was not a good fit for the adopter in the long run and was returned. We are looking for a special adopter who is active: runs, hikes, etc to take on Molly's puppy energy. She is part springer spaniel but has the energy requirements of a cattle dog. She would be best suited with an adopter who has had breed and training experience.

So far we learned about Molly:

  • She was returned because she is an extremely HIGH ENERGY girl
  • possibly 2 years old, approx 30lbs
  • Most likely lived in a backyard her whole life and prior to her adoption, had never experienced living inside the house.
  • She is part Springer Spaniel
  • She has complete basic obedience training
  • She is a dominate female
  • Molly needs on-going training and someone who will love her enough to provide her what she needs
  • House trained

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Update -- December 7th 2016 -- Photos!

North Central Shelter, Los Angeles, CA

North Central Shelter, Los Angeles, CA

If you believe you have what it takes to match the energy of Molly, then click below and fill out an application!

What a Beauty!

What a Beauty!


We have periscope videos of her taken on her rescue day! Watch her in action!

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Update January 2017-- ADOPTED!!

Thank you to everyone involved in getting Luna out of North Central, donated towards her vetting and boarding, and helped share her story on social media! We could not have found such amazing adopters without the dedicated support of our fans!

Update February 26th 2017 --- returned/ available for adoption

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- Camp Cocker Rescue