My name is Molly. I'll be 6 years old soon and weigh about 50lbs.
In April 2017, I was brought to the Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach at just 2 months old because I was part of an unwanted litter.
I was quickly adopted and had the pleasure of spending the next 4 years in a home. In February 2021, I was surrendered to a different shelter; I was terrified and confused. My microchip showed it was implanted by HSNMB, and when contacted, the shelter immediately made arrangements to pick me up the next day. I have always enjoyed being active and loving on people, however, I have never been a fan of other animals. I was adopted 4 months later into a home with no other pets, but after about a month, I was returned because they decided they no longer wanted an only-animal pet. I was disappointed, but HSNMB welcomed me back.
Once again, I was quickly adopted. This home seemed perfect! They had an active lifestyle, and they gave me so much love and attention. Unfortunately, they had to move and could not find a place that would allow me to come with them. Instead of bringing me back to the shelter, they rehomed me to another nice person! Not long after though, the landlord said I was no longer allowed even though I was on my best behavior. This time, I was brought to a different shelter. That was now my third shelter. HSNMB came to my rescue once again and pulled me from that shelter as soon as they heard what happened.
That was in April 2022. In September 2022, I finally had someone interested in adopting me! I connected with them instantly, and I was so excited for the adventures that were promised! A few weeks later, the neighbor came home with dogs, and my adopter called to return me to the shelter. I don't know why people keep giving up on me when I haven't given them a reason to. I have manners and know a few tricks, and if you'll allow me to, I will lick every inch of your face.
I love playing outside and would be a great addition to a family with an active lifestyle. Since I can play rough and rowdy, I'd be better with older kids to play with. At the end of the day, I just want to be someone's companion. I just want someone to finally love me for me.
If you think you're that person for me, please call 843-249-4948 to meet me, or you can submit an application at https://humanesocietynmb.org/dog-adoption-form/