Hi, my name is Mollie and I am a 4 year old female Great Pyrenees mix. Most of you don't know me, but I know you. I have been that girl who keeps looking in from the outside, I have watched plenty of dogs speak and get adopted but I never did. It is not because I didn't want to, I just didn't have very good pictures and I was really worried no one would want me, can't get rejected if you don't try right? I have a good reason though, I promise. My last home wasn't all that great, my owner was nice and all but she had another dog who kept attacking me. My owner decided it was best I be surrendered to rescue so I cannot get hurt anymore and boy did I get some injuries. I came into rescue with a broken paw and several puncture wounds, I am now all healed up though and ready to go home and put the past behind me!
I am a very happy girl despite my hardships, I like to dance and I like to meet new people. I am not crazy about little dogs because they bite at my ankles, but big dogs are just fine by me!! Don't be put off by my snarly face when I greet you. Its how I smile! My foster describes my smile as "oinking' up my face. She also says I am pretty darn sweet! So how about it? Do you have a home for a loving girl that is ready for a fur-ever home? Do you have a home where I will be loved on by dogs and humans alike, a home where I won't be afraid to show my face because I am worried I will be attacked?
I am still a little unsure about this speaking thing to be honest but I figured what if I am not rejected? What if I get a really great app in on me and will be on my way to my forever home? So please assure me this was the right decision, help me come out of my shell and show me what a loving home really is! All you have to do is fill out an adoption app at http://www.txpyrs.org/TGPRescue/Public/AppServlet?COMMAND=HOME
Hopefully yours, Molly
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