Molly was part of an abandoned litter in Janesville. Molly was the last adopted/fostered by a professional dog trainer who re-homed her at 4.5 months, which is when we got her. It was love at first sight.
As a pup Molly had a very sensitive stomach. We had a few 3 am wakeups to that smell dog owners know all too well. My co-worker suggested Mounds Dog Power as it worked for their dogs. We got very similar advice from a dog park regular so I figured Iâ€™d give it a try. We started with Dog Power ALS and it really did the trick. She loves treats and has me trained very well, so when the vet suggested she could lose a few pounds I started to switch from Dog Power ALS to the Weight Management and never looked back. Sheâ€™s shed those few pounds easily while still getting her treats, smart dog. People at the park always comment on what a shiny, soft coat she has and what we do to get it. Honestly, itâ€™s all Mounds Dog Power and a variety of quality treats.
Molly is a real Heinz 57 dog. We had her DNA tested and it came back 50% Border Collie/Rottweiler and 50% unknown. Molly will turn 6 on November 12. She loves to talk and growl while she plays. Itâ€™s super fun to watch when her Border Collie moves show and she makes incredible cuts and spins. One thing weâ€™ve never been able to train out of her is that she thinks all animals on TV are real and she goes a little nuts. No more animal planet
or westerns for us. She loves belly rubs of course and makes cute squeaks when she yawns. I canâ€™t really remember life without her and I have never walked so much. My health has greatly improved.
Thanks for the chance to gush about my dog. Sheâ€™s a real character and huge part of the family. Also thanks for Mounds – Hands down the best pet supply store around. We are truly lucky!
Joshua & Rebecca