Molly is a medium coat traditional Black and Tan GSD, of medium build about 30kgs at 16 months old. Molly has been spayed, and is in date with her vaccinations. A new baby means that her current owners cannot give her the time that she needs, and this has lead to Molly playing up a little in the home to try and gain some attention. None of her actions are aggressive, she just needs her boundaries reset.
Molly greeted our assessor like an old friend (they’d never met). When he walked into her garden, she didn’t bark or react, just wagged her tail and gave an enthusiastic greeting, rolling over for tummy rubs after only 5 minutes. She loves to play ball and like any young dog has seemingly boundless energy. She would benefit from further training. Molly has been around small children and cats since she was a puppy, but she is still somewhat bouncy and can mouth every now and then.
She is crate trained, travels well in the car and is currently undergoing some refresher training after ‘forgetting’ some of her good manners when walking and playing. Being a young smart dog, she is re-learning her lessons quickly, and will adapt to a new dog aware home quickly.
Molly is in her own home in North Hampshire.