My husband & I adopted Molly last August, 2019. She is a 2 year old yellow lab mix ( lab/pit bull ). The biggest issue with Molly when we were introduced to her is her aggression toward other dogs. She would growl & lunge toward every dog she would see. Brookline was very honest & upfront about Molly’s aggression. They had a wonderful trainer (Eileen – “ A Well Mannered Mutt”) work with Molly & a super foster mom Jackie who gave her lots of love & followed Eileen’s recommendations.Well I am so happy to share how well Molly is doing!😀 I think she knows she has found her “furever” home. She has settled in so nicely. On her walks, she no longer growls & rarely barks at another dog, even if other dogs bark at her! Our biggest concern is if another dog should get loose in the neighborhood. Well it happened 2 weeks ago. Thankfully, it couldn’t have happened with a cooler dog. Our neighbor’s dog, a golden retriever was playing frisbee with his owner & saw my husband walking Molly & ran to Molly. My husband was trying to restrain Molly while the golden came right up to her. They were nose to nose, tails wagging & no growling! That was a BIG breakthrough for Molly with trust issues with another dog. She saw the golden the next day & the same wonderful interaction took place. It truly made our day! We continue to follow Eileen’s training tips, which work so well with Molly, & our neighbors are so impressed with her progress.My daughter gave us the best Xmas present: she brought Molly to the pet store & had Molly’s photo with Santa. While we never thought Molly would be able to walk into a pet store with other dogs, she & my daughter did the impossible( never say never!).Thanks, Brookline, (& Sue – Brookline volunteer) for finding a great match for our family. We love Molly! ❤️🐶
If you are interested in adopting a Lab from our Rescue, please visit our Web site, www.brooklinelabrescue.org, for more information on our adoption process. If you need additional information about the adoption process or whether you are in our coverage area, please send an e-mail to our Rescue at email@example.com
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Brookline Labrador Retriever Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit volunteer organization funded entirely by donations. Donations are always needed to help with veterinary costs, transportation, and supplies for our dogs. For information on donating to BLRR please click here. https://brooklinelabrescue.org/get-involved/donate/. Donations are accepted via PayPal or you can mail a check to: Brookline Labrador Retriever Rescue, P.O. Box 638, Warrington, PA 18976-0638