Petit Biscuit   

In shelter Dog

San Bernardino, San Bernardino County...
German Shepherd Dog
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Petit Biscuit
My name is Petit Biscuit and I'm a female terrier/shepherd mix, approximately 5 years old. I was euth listed at Devore Animal Shelter because I'm shy and they thought I may be a fear biter. Long story short -- I'm not. The moment I got out, I laid on my back for belly rubs. I weigh just over 40 lbs so they call a "small big dog." I get along with other dogs but I do have some resource guarding tendencies. No biggie, my foster parents just feed me separately from other pups. I am territorial of toys but only give a verbal warning (all bark and no bite). I would do best in a home where I can be kept indoors primarily. I am crate trained and that’s where I prefer to be rather than outside. I’m almost completely potty trained. My foster parents suspect that I was used to having access to a potty pad because my few accidents have been in the same spot. I walk well on leash and know basic commands. I’m shy when first meeting people and may bark if I’m scared but I am a total love bug who just wants someone to cuddle with and give me belly rubs. Can I be your baby?Apply here:


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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