A DOG is looking to find a forever home after spending nearly a year at a shelter.

Mollie, a four-year-old Collie Jack Russell crossbreed, has spent over 340 days in the care of Dogs Trust Salisbury.

Mollie arrived at Dogs Trust on February 11, 2023, she was 3 years and 9 months old. As she has been in Dogs Trust care for longer than six months, Mollie is classed as an ‘underdog’ by the charity.

The charity says that Mollie likes to sniff and explore, and she adores treats – especially dental sticks. She also enjoys playing with her toys and will happily engage in a game of tug.

Salisbury Journal: Mollie is searching for a new homeMollie is searching for a new home (Image: Dogs Trust)

She is looking for a calm and quiet forever home, with an owner who is understanding and patient, plus has a structured routine as she is a nervous girl.

Mollie will need time and reassurance to relax and learn new commands in her new home.

Claire Rowe, Centre Manager at Dogs Trust Salisbury, said: "Mollie is a lovely dog who is looking for a loving owner, who she can slowly get to know while settling into her forever home.

"She is a sensitive soul, who is working hard on her training and is well-loved by the staff here.

"Mollie is a beautiful girl, and we hope that someone will take a chance on this underdog."

Mollie loves her walks, but she prefers her own company, so will need access to nice, quiet walking areas where she can be more relaxed and away from other dogs.

Mollie finds car travel quite stressful so local walks would be ideal for her.

She does have a high chase drive so her new owner must be happy to keep her on lead and wearing her muzzle for her walks.

Mollie would prefer a single adult household; however, she could potentially live with a couple as long as both people are equally involved in her care.

If you think you can give a dog like Mollie a loving forever home, or to learn more about Dogs Trust West Salisbury, please visit – https://www.dogstrust.org.uk/rehoming/dogs/crossbreed/1235343