We found Molly on the side of the road approximately 10 months ago. She was filthy, emaciated, and extremely docile. When we opened the rear of the car, she walked over but was not able to climb due to zero energy. She allowed me to lift her and she laid there quietly all the way home. Her teeth were filed down and she had several scars. She had milk, but no signs of recent feeding. Vet suspects she was a breeder dog who either escaped or was dumped. We had her spayed, chipped and have been treating her for heartworms via the longer, slower route due to age and cost. She was seen by our veterinarian who gave her a clean bill of health - except for the heartworms. She was not chipped and nobody had reported her missing. For the most part, she has integrated into our home nicely. She is very calm inside and loves to sleep on the couch or dog bed for long periods of time. The only issue we have indoors is that she will eat socks if they are dropped on the floor. Nothing else. Only socks. She does well with men, women, and children. We have 5 year-old twins (boy & girl) who climb all over her and she does not care. The only time we have seen her react to a human is when someone enters the house wearing ball caps or hats. We have three other dogs: dachshund (male), dachshund/jack russel terrier mix (female), and shitzu mix (male). She does well with them most of the time. The only exception is that she and the female terrier mix have conflicts from time-to-time. She has some anxiety during thunderstorms, but is otherwise very passive and calm indoors. Outdoors, she loves to run and play. However, she has never learned where her home is and will run away if given the chance. We have a privacy-fenced backyard or walk her on a leash. The only reason we are trying to find her a new home is because of the issues with the jack russel/terrier who has been a member of our home for many years, and we may be keeping a full grown black lab for a family member. Although they get along well, they never settle down together. Outside they play great. Inside, Molly never settles down and shows signs of anxiety. Please feel free to reach out for additional information.