Molly Skoff-Reed

Wheaten Terrier
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Age: 7 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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Mol, Molls, Molly Wolly, Pistol

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

May 15th 2009

She LOVES to play tug of war in the yard with Daddy.

She hates when we leave and shes alone, she hates taking her meds, and she HATES being dirty!!

Favorite Toy:
Her catdog baby lol

Favorite Food:
Her Eukanuba puppy treats. She is starting to get picky with her dog food.

Favorite Walk:
Eh...she is still learning how to do the whole "walk thing". She likes to run in the backyard.

Best Tricks:
HAHA...well if you want to call when she sleeps playing dead then I guess I'll let that count as a trick lol!! When she needs to go outside and potty she claws the bell that hangs off the door and in her crate so we know its time to take her out. :)

Arrival Story:
How I got my little Molly... I have always liked the breed of the Wheaton Terriers. I was looking at them and pricing them out and I was like...WHOAAAA THIS IS WAAAAYYYY OUT OF MY BUDGET!!! I figured there was no shot for me being able to get one right now. Not to mention the closest reputable breeder was in Oklahoma. My boyfriend Jonathan mentioned to me that his neighbor was a Wheaton breeder. She was on her second litter of Irish/American coat Wheaton pups. Jonathan called her and told her that we were interested in her pups and we were openly honest about our financial situation at the moment (getting settled in our new home and establishing our own budget). She was absolutely wonderful about everything. She told Jonathan and I that we could interact with the pups and the parents (not expecting that she was going to be letting us pick out a pup to take home with us). We ended up interacting with the pups for a couple days just to get a better feel of the breed and each dogs individual personalities. BOYYYYY do these pups have some personality...lemme tell you! Each pup out of the six babies were unique in their own special way. I couldn't help myself when I came across my Molly. She had a personality that seriously reminded me of myself. She was outgoing, played with just about ANYONE, was bold, eccentric, and LOVED affection. They say all pups are the same...I think completely opposite of that. I couldn't help but go to that same little Wheaton everyday that we went to see her pups. I was drawn to this little fluff ball of cuteness!!! The morning of the third visit, Lillian told Jonathan and I that if we wanted one of her Wheatons, that we could take one home with us...FREE!!! I looked at her like a deer in headlights lol!! I responded..."AHHHHHH...OMG...NO WAY...YOUR JOKING...ARE YOU SERIOUS...??!!" *LEAPS INTO ARMS*...not literally but you can imagine my excitement if you knew who I was or even in the same boat as me. She had her pups all up to date on vaccinations and check ups. She was in good health along with her two parents. I looked at this little shaggy fluff and said, "Are you ready to go to your new home?" She looked at me with this smile like face and pranced through the yard since she is still getting the hang of walking/running. I held her in my arms and said, "Your such a Molly." After the paperwork was over I got my puppy take home package that had EVERYTHING I needed and I got Molly in the car and took her to her new home with her new Mama and Daddy :) I have been a proud parent of a Wheaton since 7/23/2009!!!!!!!

I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 30th 2009 More than 7 years!

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The big bad brush...

July 31st 2009 3:42 pm
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Well I am still trying to get Molly used to being brushed. If you have a Wheaton or know of Wheaton's, they need groomed frequently (daily). I was laying in the living room with her today watching Animal Planet. She gets a kick out of the other dogs and I love watching her bark at the TV. Cruel maybe...but I think it's funny lol! Anywho...I had her blue brush out and I said, "Come here baby and let Mama make you beautiful." She kinda cocked her head to the side and flipped up her ears as if she was completely dumbfounded. She pranced over to me and started nibbling on the brush and grabbed it out of my hand and ran with the brush and went under the bed. She then started using her poor little baby teeth and bit it so I wouldn't have to brush her. "I'll show you who's boss Mommy!!" I tried going under the bed to get her and bring her out, but she insisted on not letting me get that brush. I then figured maybe if I don't draw attention to the situation she will just come out. Sure enough a couple minutes later she did just that. Only when she came did that damn brush in her mouth. I couldn't believe it!! I said, "Molly drop it!" She ran back towards her crate and ended up hiding the brush under the mat in her crate as if I would never find it. Funny thing about it was, I really didn't know where she hid it. It took me 2 hours before I ended up pulling everything apart to find that brush. I couldn't even be upset with Molly, all I could do was laugh because I indeed was outsmarted by a puppy. I still today have yet to get her brushed. I am still attempting...

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