Biscuit is a huge personality in a tiny, fawn colored body. Nicknamed "Skitz" by his fostermom, the 7-pound, 2-year-old Chihuahua mix could never be called "ordinary." Before the Second Chance Friends Rescue group came along, Biscuit had been wholly dismissed and misunderstood. No one had patience for his unusual gait (the result of a previous injury) or his peculiar choices. Biscuit preferred the company of men but now does fine with women, too, as long as they're not too pushy. He also favors polite cats and dogs his size, but anything that steps on him risks a tongue lashing. Biscuit needs minimal exercise and loves watching Olympic action via sofa. He's cuddly, housetrained, playful, and expressive. You'll adore his unique vocalizations, so why not arrange a date with destiny? To adopt Biscuit fully neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and more, contact SaveABoxer.org .
Find a Friend | Biscuit
Find A Friend: Biscuit the Chihuahua mix
Find a Friend: Biscuit
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