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Garden City, Hempstead, Nassau County...
Pet name:
Australian Cattle Dog, Blue Heeler, Mixed
Red, Golden, Orange, Chestnut with White
Biscuit is a very sweet, low energy 4 year old male cattle dog mix. (But really, he is a 24lb Chihuaua that will once in a great while do zoomies) Biscuit's interests include snuggling, giving kisses, exploring the outdoors, snuggling outdoors, and stealing pizza crust. Once in a while, you might catch him chasing after a squirrel, or you might get him to hold a stick, but he's definitely not going to fetch it for you. He is a major nudge and wants to be on top of his people all the time – and he won't take no for an answer! If you have a sedentary lifestyle, you'll need to get used to constant cuddling or fending off his advances. Biscuit is highly food-motivated, reliably house trained, and will let you know he wants to go out by doing pirouettes near the door. He walks well on a leash and is not reactive to other dogs. He can be a bit wary of strangers, especially in the home, and needs some time to get used to new people. He also may be prone to resource guarding a favorite person, so the right adopter will need to be willing to work with him. No young children, as Biscuit was surrendered to a shelter for nipping a child. Biscuit's ideal home would be with a low key individual or family with older children who can give him a lot of companionship and a small fenced yard to enjoy. He has not been cat tested. Potential adopters should also be aware of Biscuit's tendency to get underfoot, especially on the stairs. Biscuit is neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccinations, and on heartworm preventative. Biscuit is being fostered in Malvern, PA. Please email foster with any questions.



  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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