11 year old Biscuit is an adorable terrier mix who weighs a smidge over 20 pounds. Biscuit was very fortunate to have been taken in by a kind veterinarian when his owner was no longer able to care for him.

Biscuit needs a home with someone who is not away from home for long hours. He’s been taken to work with the vet but she reports he has anxiety going for the long car rides to her work.  Biscuit’s caregiver can share what she’s used to help Biscuit’s anxiety.

Currently Biscuit is living with another dog and 2 cats. He does fine with the cats and he mostly ignores the dog unless he bothers him while he’s eating. Biscuit would be best in a home with older children only. Biscuit loves women! He also loves his stuffed bear.

While Biscuit doesn’t “demand” walks, he certainly enjoys going for walks and getting out to explore. We’re told he is awesome on leash-so who wouldn’t want to take Biscuit for a daily walk (or two!)? He can do stairs but he does have a touch of arthritis in his hind legs. Biscuit is hypothyroid but that is easily managed with daily, inexpensive medication.

Biscuit is ready for a committed home where he can settle in and not ever have to move again. He is located in Sequim, WA.

This is not an ODH dog; we urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.