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#3676 Miss Lyndz (New Market Momma)

Medium-size, Female, Adult Beagle x Papillon,
Miss Lyndz (New Market Momma) is up-to-date on her shots and has been spayed. Miss Lyndz (New Market Momma) is currently being fostered in Shiremanstown, PA.

Meet Miss Lyndz! She is a beautiful, gentle 5-year-old, 26-pound beagle mix. She originally came to OPH pregnant and has since given birth to a litter of puppies, who have all found their forever homes. Now it’s Miss Lyndz’s turn!

This sweet girl needs a home with another dog, as she thrives off being part of a pack and gaining confidence and guidance from another dog. She is somewhat of a dog whisperer herself! Miss Lyndz seems to intuitively understand what her companion dogs' needs are, and her gentleness with other dogs is very endearing. She has also been around cats without any issue.

Miss Lyndz is very timid around strangers, barking out of fear, but after a slow introduction and time to gain trust, she wants nothing more than to be by your side. She is a total shadow and, if you let her, she will play lap dog and cuddle.

Eager to please, Miss Lyndz is treat-motivated, which is very beneficial for ongoing training. She is a medium-energy dog, equally happy playing and napping by her people or dog companions. She is housebroken in her foster home, giving clear signals when she needs to go out. She is calm on car rides and sleeps in a crate at night, definitely preferring to be in the bedroom with her people. She is not a fan of alone time and will bark to let you know this!

Come meet the sweet Miss Lyndz today!

This dog tested positive for heartworm disease and has since been treated. Heartworm disease is transmitted to a dog through a bite from an infected mosquito producing a positive test in six months. Potential adopters will receive detailed information on the disease and their role in completing the recovery process from OPH’s heartworm coordinator. With monthly preventatives, the disease is completely preventable. Read more about heartworm disease here.