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#1855 Trisha Yearwood (Country Singers Pups)

Large-size, Female, Young Terrier,
Trisha Yearwood (Country Singers Pups) is up-to-date on her shots and has been spayed. Trisha Yearwood (Country Singers Pups) is currently being fostered in Frederick, MD.

Hey there! I'm Trisha Yearwood, (sweet name isn't it) and I am an adorable 18 week old, 36 lb female terrier mix who came to OPH with my sisters. I've been hanging out with my foster family in PA for a few weeks, but now I've moved to Frederick MD! I've learned lots of great stuff in my time with my PA foster Mom. Check out some neat things she has to say about me.

~ I enjoy running around her yard and romping with the other dogs here.
~ I have a very sweet personality.
~ I love to give kisses to everyone. Might you need some cheer and kisses from me?
~ I would do well in just about any home.
~ I'm learning all the rules of playing with kids so I can be the best family dog ever. Even if you don't have kids, I'll know the right things to do when I meet them out on a walk.
~ I'm working on crate & house training. When I come to live with you I might need a few days to figure out things in your house. I'll get it, I just need time to adjust! New house, new rules and all that stuff.
~ I walk well on a leash.
~ Want to check me out more. Click here to see me enjoying life in my foster home!
~ I have all my shots, I'm microchipped & spayed (that was a bad day)
~ I'm looking for a forever family. I have a huge heart and am ready to share my love with my new family.

Also, my foster mom says I will be a big girl when I'm done growing...maybe 80lbs... maybe more, maybe less. (We don't know how big my parents were).

I won't be around in OPH much longer so put your application in today!

This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.