Biscuit A American Staffordshire/Boxer/Mix Dog | Hannah The Pet Society - Portland

Non-Hannah Pet Looking For a Home

Biscuit

Breed: American Staffordshire/Boxer/Mix
Age: 2 years
Gender: Male

Information

It's no surprise, with a name like Biscuit, that this guy loves people food. He uses those big brown eyes to beg with the best of them! Aside from trying to get table scraps, this guy mostly enjoys lounging around the house. His foster says he is a low key, easy going kind of guy who likes a quiet environment. He is crate trained, and has good house manners. While he's okay with most dogs, he occasionally gets upset with other males, so would do best in a home with no dogs, or only female dogs. If you're looking for a calm, couch-potato for the long, cold, rainy Oregon months, Biscuit might be your man!

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Dr. Tripp at the Hannah Pet Society has been a great behavioral doctor...The result has been remarkable and our pet's quality of life has changed drastically for the better.

Casey H. May 2017