Hi! My name is Yetta.
The vet believes Im between 5&6 years old … My foster family didn’t get much information on me when they took me in.
It was told to them that I spent most of my life in a barn and have had 2 litters of puppies . My foster Mom says I’m like a big area rug that moves from room to room. I currently live with 2 tweens and I like to snuggle them .. However I’m shy .. So they need to come to me!
I also live with 4 other dogs … They range in size from 6lbs to 145 lbs. I enjoy their company and will lay by them but I haven’t played with them yet.. Not my thing.
I’m 145lbs and the vet says I’m at the perfect weight. I eat twice a day and I’m well behaved at feeding time and eat with the others. My foster mom doesn’t crate me and I have been the perfect house guest.
I need lots of love .. I never had that before … But once I open my heart .. Yours will melt!
Waiting for the perfect family,
If you are interested in Yetta, please apply for adoption at this link:
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