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Hi, my name is Hope. When I was rescued my foster home discovered that I was pregnant. I gave birth to 9 healthy puppies and was a very good mom to them. When they were old enough they traveled here with me and have since been adopted. I am spending time in a home while waiting to find the perfect family. I love to sleep on the couch or in bed with someone. I also love to sit on people, I do not know that I am too big! I love meeting all people, actually I love all people, young, old, male, female and the mailman! I get right on their good side so they will pat me! I am trustworthy while alone in the house and I know to do all my potty while out for walks. I am ready for a loving home where I can become an important member.”
9/17/2019: Hope is currently in a foster home. If you are interested in adopting hope, please call the shelter @ 978-745-9888 and ask to speak with Sue, Jenna or any available Adoption Counselor. They will be able to answer any questions you may have and set up a meet and greet for you and Hope.