Molly is able to get through small places and is very friendly. We check daily to make sure there are no holes in the back fence, especially since the back yard is off a very busy street. I let her and our other small dog out to go potty and enjoy the sunshine. I was online checking my e-mail when I received a message that Molly had been found- I didn’t even know she was missing. I checked in the back yard and our other dog came running in the house but Molly was not there. My phone was turned off but I checked and had messages from the local vet and PetLink. A very nice lady spotted Molly in the middle of the road as she was returning from taking her dog to the local doggy salon. Since Molly gets croup easy we ususally don’t keep her collar on her, plus most of the neighbors know her. The lady that stopped to pick her up saved her from being hit by a big rig and took her to the local vet where they checked to see that she was tagged. I called the lady that had picked her up and within half an hour Molly was back home. She’s safe but not too happy, since she now has to be put back on a lead when we aren’t in the back yard. We can’t trust her to stay put. I still can’t find how she got out this time. Thank you to the nice stranger who instead of keeping her or ignoring her took the time to take her to the vet, thank you to the vet for going out of their way to find where she belonged and thanks to PetLink for making sure everyone was given our information so our baby is back home.