This super-silly gal is our Pet of the Week, MOLLY LEA, and she is available for adoption at It Takes a Village.

Pet of the Week-Molly Lea

MOLLY LEA is a 5-year-old, 40-pound Beagle mix, and she apparently has a hard time keeping that tongue in her mouth. Haha! She is clearly a happy dog who is great with kids and has done well with meeting new people at ITV. She would love to be someone's new best friend.

Pet of the Week-Molly Lea

MOLLY LEA is house-trained and signals by sitting at the door. She is used to being left loose indoors when away from home and overnight. She's easy to walk on a leash and is responsive to her name when called. Molly is said to be great with kids and has done well meeting new people at the rescue center.

Pet of the Week-Molly Lea

If you think MOLLY LEA might be a good fit for your home, then go ahead and fill out an online adoption application, and then schedule a meet & greet at It Takes a Village.

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All of the animals at ITV are examined by a veterinarian, given age-appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, microchipped, spayed or neutered, and FIV/FeLV-tested.

If our pet of the week isn’t the right fit for your home, please visit It Takes a Village to see the other rescues that need to get fostered and adopted. And don't forget about their RENT A DOG Program. A quick fill form and copy of your photo ID will allow you time out with one of ITV's vetted shelter dogs. These day dates are great for the rescues - it gets them some exercise and new information to help us get them adopted. It’s been a big hit- so don’t miss out!

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