MOLLY - RESCUE DOG, BLANKIE THIEF, MAMA DOG, SALESWOMAN
Molly’s sweet face is quite the attraction. She loves to meet new people friends! Children are her favorite! While she likes looking other k-9 customers, Molly’s a bit protective of her stall. Please keep your pooch on the aisle side of the table. We have water and sometimes samples for them to enjoy!
Molly is my baby girl. She is a boston terror/boxer mix. I adopted her on St. Patrick’s Day 2016 when she was about 2 yrs. old. While at the rescue, Molly had 6 hound-mix puppies, which were all adopted into furever families. Wags to Whiskers Rescue in Tuttle, OK doctored Molly through an abdominal tumor, severe ear infection, and cigarette burns.
Now Molly’s happy to be Head of Quality Control at Theresa’s Sweets and Treats!
THERESA - ART HISTORIAN, ARTIST, BAKER, COOKIE ARTIST
Theresa’s not much for photographs of herself. All of our goods are handmade by her. During the day she works as a Museum Registrar at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art. Theresa’s from Stillwater, Oklahoma, but took the long way round to Manhattan. She received her undergraduate in drawing and painting with an emphasis in art history, theory, and criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She studied for 5 months at the Bauhaus Universität in Weimar, Germany. Her master’s degree in art history and archaeology is from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University. While there, she spent 5 weeks working as a draftsman’s assistant on an archaeology dig in Selinunte, Sicily. Through her travels, she worked at the Illinois State Museum – Chicago Gallery, the Gilcrease Museum, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Metropolitan Museum. Theresa’s Sweets & Treats is the marriage of a need for extra money and the skills she’s acquired throughout her life. Molly was her inspiration to seek a “side hustle” as Molly requires daily allergy medication and regular allergy shots. She’s found she loves her role with Theresa’s Sweets & Treats. There’s job is primarily to make dogs and children happy, and she couldn’t think of anything better!