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A New Home For Biscuit

Biscuit finds herself back at the Healdsburg Animal Shelter for the third time. This beautiful, mature lady needs her forever home.

 

Biscuit is an eight year old shepherd mix who finds herself back at the Healdsburg Animal Shelter, again.

Her sad story began as a pup at the shelter, but she got adopted quickly and had a wonderful seven years with a loving family. Unfortunately, her family had to move and they couldn't take Biscuit with them, so she came back to the shelter.

Once again, she was adopted quickly and thought she'd be in her forever home. Sadly, one of the family members developed allergies and Biscuit made that sad trip back to the shelter.

Now, this delightful and mature girl, who has everything to offer the right family is just waiting for someone to love.

She's a well-mannered lady, housebroken with good house habits. She does want to be in a home with no other pets, she just wants to be the focus of her new family.

You can see Biscuit at the Healdsburg Animal Shelter. And for this month, adoption fees have been reduced! The normal adoption fee is $120 but right now, you can adopt a dog or cat from the shelter for just $50.

570 Westside Road
Healdsburg
431.3386
Fax: 707.431.3571
info@healdsburgshelter.org

Adoption Hours:
Monday - Saturday, 11 am - 4pm
Sundays, 12 noon - 3pm

Healdsburg Animal Shelter Channel on YouTube

Healdsburg Animal Shelter on Facebook

All dogs and puppies:

  • have been neutered or spayed
  • have been tested for heartworms
  • are currently on heartworm prevention
  • have been wormed
  • will go home with a microchip

They have also been vaccinated against:

  • rabies
  • distemper
  • parvo-virus
  • kennel cough

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