Biscuit, STAR # 1378
Adopted Biscuit, STAR # 1378
Biscuit has now completed his journey From Mississippi to STAR, through foster care and heartworm treatment and now to New Braunfels with the Shumard family. We want to thank Mary for her help. Elaine for transport and John and the dogs at “Aussie Acres” for making Biscuit welcome. Bye the way His new name is Tucker.
Available Dog Biscuit, STAR # 1378
Hi, my name is Biscuit. I’m a 3-year-old, 50 lb. Black Bi male. I’ve been a STAR dog and in my foster home for about 6 weeks. Originally I am from the great state of Mississippi.. I’ve been neutered, vaccinated and have just completed four weeks of heartworm treatment. Did I mention I have a microchip?.
My foster home includes 4 house dogs and 2 cats. Everyone gets along just fine. I have perfect house manners. Cratetraining was hard for me but now I am fine however I get very excited when it’s time to get out, so be prepared to let me out ASAP.
I love to go out and meet people and explore. I’m great meeting small humans and haven’t meet a stranger yet. I walk very well on a leash and will sit when requested.. Currently, I am working on down and stay. I’m very focused on my biped. We’ve had a few storms lately, small ones,with some cracks of thunder and flashing lights in the distance. At these times I’m seeking my person to let me know everything is ok. I’m looking for the perfect place I can forever call home. Like they say “ Ain’t nothing better than a good Biscuit “
If you’re interested in me or any other STAR dog please visit the STAR website. And fill out an application for adoption or contact us if you have an application already. Bye the way Biscuit’s foster home is in Sweeny and his foster dad thinks he is perfect.
New Dog Biscuit, STAR # 1378
Three-year-old 50 lb. black bi male Great personality and temperament Vet appt tomorrow and then he’s going to Sweeny for foster Depending on heartworm status, the soonest he will be available will be early February.
UPDATE Biscuit has tested positive for heartworm. He will not be available until the end of February.
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