Good Golly, Miss Molly!

On Monday we doted on Cooper’s awesome new Spring look, courtesy of Sirius Republic.  With his old collar headed for retirement, and as Cooper is our longest foster to date, we decide that a new season warranted a new wardrobe to help get him noticed when we’re out and about. 

But wait, we’re a three-dog house now, remember??  What kind of Foster Family would we be if we left our other tenant, Molly Tamale, out of the fun?  Since her first stay with us was so short, we never had time to spoil her with a Sirius creation of her very own.  So this time, we wanted to make sure we got something extra special for her…

Once again, we scoured the many awesome patterns that Sirius Republic has to offer, and once again I think we hit the nail right on the head.  We chose Purple Floral for Molly Tamale because it’s bright and cheerful…girly without being prissy, feminine but not overly princess-y. 

And how about that pop of hot pink?  As usual, Sirius embroiders “Adopt Me” for zero additional dollars on any collar for a rescue dog, and once again, they threw in a gorgeous surprise accessory!

Work it, Tamale!  I don’t see how this beautiful set could not get her noticed by her Furever Family if we meet them while we’re out and about.

…and maybe people on the street will stop thinking she’s a boy.  (I don’t know why that bothers me, but it does!)  While the collar will certainly be everyday attire, we’ll have to save the flower for special outtings – her brothers seem to think it’s a chew toy. 

Are you the Furever Family that Molly Tamale has been searching for?  If you think so, please fill out an applicaiton with Agape Animal Rescue.

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21 responses to “Good Golly, Miss Molly!

  1. THAT is gorgeous – love it!

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  2. She’s BEAUTIFUL! You can never go wrong with Sirius Republic!

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  3. That’s a great look! Did you have to do anything special when washing the Sirius Republic collars? Mushroom’s is looking a little dusty.

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    • I usually just throw them in the washing machine, or on the top rack of the dishwasher sometimes. When they’re REALLY bad (ie, Mud Bowl) a good hand scrubbing with dosh soap and the rough side of the sponge does wonders. 🙂

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  4. Oh man, I am regretting not purchasing Teeny a Sirius collar soooo badly right now. We just didn’t think we’d have her this long (two months tomorrow!), so I hesitated…and I continue to hesitate thinking, “As soon as I order one, she’s going to get adopted!” What to do??

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  5. LOVE the flower 🙂

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  6. Such a pretty collar and flower! If her gorgeous face doesn’t get her noticed, this certainly will!

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  7. She looks JUST beautiful!

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  8. Too cute!!!! I checked out Sirius given how you’ve raved about their products and ordered a collar for my 80 lb. Lab/GSP/Coonhound mix. I saw the flowers on the website and almost took the plunge, but was nervous that if I got one, it would slide around on the collar and/or come off given how big and busy my girl is. If you don’t mind sharing, what has your experience been so far?

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    • To be completely honest, she hasn’t worn it again since this photo session – the boys chase her around and try to eat it, so we’re saving it for special outtings. It attaches with velcro, so you can tighten it down pretty good, I don’t think it sliding around would be an issue. I know that Emily at Our Waldo Bungie had one for Lucy Lou, maybe she can shed some light on her experience?

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  9. She looks beautiful in her collar and flower!

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  10. Brittany

    She looks so pretty! Definitely a girl! People always think our male brindle staffie mix is a girl, one Sirius Republic collar in tough-guy camouflage cleared that confusion right up!

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