Hello! My name is Molly and I am the mom of three babies. I don't know how it happened but we ended up in a shelter for a little while, but we're not there anymore. Now we have our own quiet, comfortable room and we are all very relieved. I was told that I should tell you a little bit about me so here goes. I am very easy-going and tender-hearted so I try to be as polite as possible. Sometimes I a m a little shy at first. I may be a mixture of pointer and lab because I'm not very big at about 30 pounds and when I see something that interests me my tail goes up and my nose goes up. People say my eyes are beautiful, they're kind of gold and they're very loving like me. I love my puppies and I take very good care of them. It means a lot to me for people to be happy with me so I am very well behaved. I am house-trained and pee pad trained. As long as I have a toy or someone to keep me company and play with I don't tear up anything. Maybe I just dreamed it but I think I used to go hunting with people before I had my puppies. I love the outdoors but it's just as important to me to get hugs and kisses because I'm very affectionate and calm. This place is nice and my foster mom is very sweet to us but I really want my own family that will love me and keep me forever. Everyday I wish and hope and think about a family that would want to keep me forever. That's all I want and as long as they love me then I will stay forever. I have to go outside and explore quite a bit and I hope that's not a problem for my new family. They say I am very good on a leash but that I'm also very good even if the lease is not hooked to my collar. Are you the person that's going to love me forever?
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