She's an energetic young puppy, bounding with life.
And soon this rescue puppy will be saving lives as a mountain search and rescue dog.
Collie lurcher cross Molly is the newest four-legged recruit to the Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team, based in Huddersfield.
She was adopted two years ago from the Jerry Green Dog Rescue in Gilberdyke, East Yorkshire, when she was 16 weeks old by Lisa Brearley, a social worker who volunteers for the Woodhead team.
Molly had been given a home at the animal centre after the family she lived with separated and her owner was no longer able to care for her.
She started her search and rescue training in June.
Lisa, from Clayton West, said: “Molly has been absolutely fabulous throughout her training so far. She’s taken to it like a duck to water.
“Training usually takes between two or three years and she will be taking her assessment next year.
“This is a difficult process and not all dogs and handlers get through but Molly is doing really well so far.
“We didn’t adopt Molly with the intention of her becoming a search and rescue dog but when I began volunteering for the Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team it just seemed like a great opportunity.
“You must be a full member of a mountain rescue team for your dog to train with the Search and Rescue Dog Association and as she’s such a brilliant dog it would have been a waste not to train her.”
The Woodhead Mountain Rescue covers the Peak District and South and West Yorkshire.
Molly’s transformation from rescue dog to rescuer is being documented in a blog at www.woodheadmrt.org and is written from Molly’s point of view.
Lisa added: “The staff from Jerry Green Dog Rescue were lovely and I’m sure they’ll be proud to hear how their former resident is getting on.”
Lorraine Walton, manager at Jerry Green Dog Rescue, said: “We’re all delighted to hear about Molly’s success.
“Molly was a typical Collie puppy, full of energy, so we’re delighted that she went to a home where her owners would clearly be very active.”