REHOMED Biscuit – 7-year old Bichon Frise

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Name: Biscuit

Age: 7 years old

Breed: Bichon Frise

Can I live with Children: Older children

Can I live with cats: Not tested

Can I live with other dogs: Yes, a must

Fostered In:  RCT South Wales

Biscuit is a 7-year old ex-breeding Bichon Frise who has spent much of her life producing puppies. She is being fostered in RCT South Wales. Biscuit is a very trusting girl who loves a gentle fuss and a safe place to nap. She has had 27 teeth removed but still loves her wet food.

People – Biscuit loves people big and small. As an older girl she wouldn’t like noisy toddlers but is happy with gentle older children and adults who allow her to relax and come for a fuss when she feels comfortable. She is frightened of being bathed and will shake with fear but this is all new to her.

Dogs – Biscuit would like an older calmer dog who will show her what being a pet dog is all about. She doesn’t really play as yet but does go to lay on the other foster dogs in the evenings when it’s time for bed

Cats – Not cat tested

In the home – Biscuit is a quiet girl around the house. Her toilet training is nearly there. She sleeps on a dog bed in the kitchen overnight with no issues. She is not yet playing with toys but does like soft treats. Biscuit could be left for shorter periods of time with another dog for company.  

Out and about – Biscuit walks well on a lead but will only need gentle exercise. A short walk and time to Potter is good for her. She is fine at the vets.

Type of home – Biscuit would like a quiet home with at least one resident dog who isn’t too bouncy. She can live with sensible children or a couple/individual who are /is happy with short gentle strolls with a companion and then settle down for a cuddle on the sofa

Biscuit is neutered, chipped, vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in RCT South Wales.

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