Molly


American Bulldog
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Age: 5 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Nicknames:
Miss Molly, Muffin, Molly Pants McGee, Muffin Head, Dork, Molly Molly Oxinfree

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

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Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

Birthday:
November 1st 2008

Likes:
Molly loves the dog park, tug o war, getting all riled up and running/scooting through the house, and cuddle time (she's a snuggler)

Pet-Peeves:
Being left alone, and the fact that Peaches and Ralph have very little interest in playing with her.

Favorite Toy:
She's gt more freakin' toys than most little kids I know, yet she still chews up my flip flops........

Favorite Food:
Just like her big sister Peaches, Molly will eat anything

Favorite Walk:
Hiking up any mountain, or the beach!

Best Tricks:
Molly now knows sit, lie down, stay, speak (man she has a BIG dog bark) but her best is crawl......I'll put her in a down/stay, then walk away a couple of steps and say "crawl"......and she army crawls right over to my feet! She's a smarty pants!

Arrival Story:
Molly has a sad story with a happy ending. I was walking Peaches and Ralph around my apartment, and we came across something that made me FURIOUS! A little tiny (she was probably 2 months) very skinny puppy was in the middle of our parking lot getting teased and yelled at by some children who live near me. I rushed my dogs back inside as fast as I could (I more or less dropped them inside with my boyfriend, who was very confused) and ran back outside to the puppy, who was still being messed with. Now, I am not an angry, mean person, but I was so upset by what I saw, I think I really scared those kids (they still give me a wide berth when they see me). This scared little puppy scooted under a car, but as soon as I sat down and made kissy noises, she wiggled and crawled over, smiling the whole time ( just another testament to how WONDERFUL bully breeds are, as well as all dogs, so strong is their need to be loved and be with the humans that they adore). I scooped up this little muffin, and brought her inside. That is the begining of Molly, Wonder Dog!!! Now, 3 months and 30 pounds later (the vet said she's gonna be a big girl, you should see her paws) she is a well loved, happy, well adjusted little girl who loves all the members of her pack (especially Peaches, who tries to pretend she doesn't like Molly, but I see them play and sleep together). I love this little girl, and I am so disgusted by how people could treat their animals, please if you want protection, get a gun, not a pitt, beacause the amount of abuse you would have to put one of these dogs through to be human aggresive is sickening, just stop please!!! For Molly!!

Forums Motto:
I am the sweetest little muffin ever!

The Groups I'm In:
**Vallejo California Puppy Play Group**, Bully Ed 101, American staffordshire's are not Pitbulls, Bay Area Big Dogs, Bay Area Dogs, Bay Area Playdates, California Pitts, Chili Chihuahuas, Coolest Group Ever!!!, Davis Dogs, Nor Cal Yorkies, Oakland, Sacramento Chihuahua Meetup.com, We love our APBTs

The Last Forum I Posted In:
My Am. Bull yodels and talks like a Husky?

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 23rd 2009 More than 4 years!

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Dogster Id:
983368


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Tales of a dorky pup...


Molly VS Vacuum...Round one goes to....VACUUM

July 27th 2009 12:32 pm
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So.....I have never seen a dog scale a wall before......until the other day. We FINALLY bought a new vacuum, so we could thoroughly clean our house. In my excitement and frenzy to clean, the fact that Molly had never been exposed to a vacuum never crossed my mind. She watched us with curiosity while we assembled the vacuum, but then it was all over when I plugged it in and flipped the switch. Now Peaches, being the valiant Chihuahua Warrior that she is, lept off the couch and proceeded to try and kill the vacuum. But Molly was a different story. As soon as the vacuum started she lost it and flew up on the back of the couch and perched up there growling until I finished. After I rolled it up and moved it away, Molly actually tried to leap into my arms.........what a giant baby chicken dog.......

 

Hunting......

May 29th 2009 1:47 pm
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So...there I was....minding my own business, chewing on my rope toy when I saw it. At first....I couldn't see it to well....I just noticed something flutter in the corner of my eye. Then I noticed it on the wall and focused all my attention on it....forget the rope toy...it can wait. I got into crouching/pounce position. Since I am a professional "army crawler" I was able to sneak up quite close to my prey....now I waited.....waiting.....waiting........All of a sudden the giant mosquito hawk I was stalking TOOK OFF and so did I! I bounced of the wall, leaped on the couch, and flew of the back into the air for an amazing "mid air attack". HA! I got it!.......ewww....not tasty.....I'll just leave my kill on the carpet for Mommy to clean up. Back to the rope toy.

~Molly McGee~

(ps. I woul've been a lot more upset by the fact that while Molly lept over the back of the couch and spilled my glass of water ALL over me.....I was QUITE impressed with her stalking/areobatic skills....apparently my dog is half cat....)

 
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