Our Molly
October 19, 2008 - July 18, 2022

This page is dedicated to our beloved friend, Molly.

She is in Heaven now, probaby chasing Reggie or Suzie or visa versa.

Or they are chasing rabbits, balls
or other things.

Once again my hubby, Rick, and I had to make the extremely difficult decision to put another one of our beloved companions, Molly, to sleep. This is the third pet we've had to put to sleep due to their health reasons. Molly had been in terrible pain for several months, losing muscle density, dexterity, and dealing with a tumor in her bladder. We took her to the vet to be put to sleep on Monday, July 18th, 2022.

Molly was only given approximately two months to live back in the spring when the ultrasound showed a tumor in her bladder. She was passing blood clots in her urine and the tumor was expected to grow to a point where she wouldn't be able to urinate. She lived quite a while longer than two months though as you can see.

Unfortunately Molly's legs are giving out on her and we are afraid she will fall and break her neck or some other painful event that we don't want her to experience.

Molly was our fist big dog and the vet even asked us why we got a big dog.

We adopted Molly from a shelter in the Cincinnati area and we loved her from day one. Her mom got pregnant and her owner didnít want her or the pups so he dropped her off at the shelter. All of the pups and the mom were all adopted.

She was an extremely gentle and submissive girl and she loved everyone. She always loved sitting outside so she could see people and other dogs.

She was definitely a people watcher and would stay outside all day.

Molly also loved her treats. We give the babies an early evening treat and she would sit on the floor and stare at you until she got her treat.

She loved playing with the laser light. We would sit outside at night and she would chase the light all over the yard.

We had her cremated and brought her remains home and placed them with Reggie's and Suzie's. At least that way they will always be with us.

There will never be another Molly, just like there will never be another Reggie or Suzie.

May they rest in peace and play until we meet again.

Much Younger Beloved Molly

Molly looking out the window around Christmas
my boy

Molly Camping
my boymy boy
my boymy boy

Molly and Bella Sleeping
Molly and BellaMolly and Bella

Until we meet again..We love you Molly..