Biscuit Murray #3917

Biscuit Murray #3917

Age: 1 year

Gender: Male

Breed: Golden Retriever

Weight: 67 lbs.

Status: Ready For Adoption

Biscuit is eligible for adoption, but you will need to be an approved adopter of GRRMF. If you are already on our approved adopter waiting list, an adoption coordinator will contact you if you are matched to meet Biscuit’s needs. Visit our How to Adopt page to review our process, policies and application. Please pay special attention to the sections on puppy facts, children and dogs and fences on our website prior to submitting an application for a puppy.

Updated 8/16/21

Hi there, my name is Biscuit! I was returned to GRRMF after my previous adopters realized that I was not a good fit for their family. I need more of a “homebody” type of family who can be there to spend time with me and comfort me when I get anxious.

I love it here in my new foster home and I still absolutely love being near my humans! Being right in the middle of things and having them in my sight at all times are some of my favorite things. I am such a lover and I enjoy laying on my foster mom’s feet and giving kisses. I still love treats and bones, particularly antler bones. Water is also still a favorite and I will try to get into my foster parents’ fish pond, so they take me swimming in the big dog pool instead. I love it and will dunk my head underwater if I need to get a toy. When water comes out of the garden hose, I love to chase it and get myself wet! I have made friends with many dogs who come to visit, and I love my foster siblings but I have to admit I am just not a fan of cats.

I would love to have a doggie sibling to call my own. I love to chase things like lizards and birds, and I’ve also started to take an interest in butterflies. They’re so pretty!I am a loving and sweet one year old puppy toddler that just needs patience and love in return to help me become the best dog I can be!My foster parents have noticed I could use some more training and practice, because I am still a puppy after all. So together with my foster parents, we are working on techniques  to remind me how to have good manners. They use a squeaky toy to distract me when I put my feet on the counter, and then reward me when I put them down.

Things like this are continuing to go a long way towards setting me up for success in life when I finally find my future forever family. The puppy in me also comes out whenever I get the “sillies and zoomies.” My foster parents are super patient with me and they understand that it is going to take some more time and dedication. I am also on medication which helps with my anxiety.

It is very important to me to feel safe and loved in my new home so mature teenagers are a must for me. I will always need their reassurance and understanding too. I do tend to stay a bit calmer if my home is quiet and stable. I have to be honest, I do have a lot of separation anxiety when my peeps leave me – I get so scared and nervous.  Even though I know in my heart that they will be back, sometimes that message just doesn’t register in my head.

I am a loving and sweet one year old puppy toddler that just needs patience and love in return to help me become the best dog I can be! I can’t wait to finally get to my forever home! Could it be with you?               

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