Biscuit is a beautiful and intelligent 12 year old Crossbreed girl who is being rehomed by Dogs Trust West Calder in Scotland.
Poor Biscuit has been overlooked for so long, so please share her page! She is a really lovely dog, but she does need a home with someone around most of the time. Bicuit likes playing with her toys and she enjoys learning new things. Here is a short video of Biscuit demonstrating her skills:
As you can see, Biscuit is a lovely, pretty girl. She adores people she knows and is very loving and enjoys a tummy rub. She can be a little shy when she first meets new people but she easily makes friends. She has such a big character and can put a smile on anyone’s face.
Biscuit recently had a holiday with her favourite carer and she has a blog about it on the Dogs Trust website here. Dogs Trust told us:
“Biscuit is doing well and has been on her holidays with Kieran, her favourite carer. He has posted a blog on our website of her diary of events. Kieran has introduced her to his family and said she was very well behaved and liked the extra fuss and sausages. If she didn’t like lots of company, we think he would love to keep her!”
Biscuit would be happiest in a calm home and needs owners who have had dogs before. She gets worried when left alone in the house, so needs owners who are home most of the time to keep her company.
Biscuit isn’t used to cats or children. She likes to meet some male dogs but would much rather be the only pet in her new home as she likes to have the attention to herself. Here is a short video of her having a little play outside with another dog:
Biscuit is housetrained and she enjoys an outing in the car. She is a very loving girl and is just waiting for the day when she can be part of someone’s family.
If you think you might be the person that Biscuit has been waiting for, please contact Dogs Trust West Calder as follows:
Tel: 01506 873459
Please mention that you saw Biscuit featured on the Oldies Club website.
This replaces Biscuit’s original entry dated 22 April 2013.