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?