Submitted by Suanne Z. Thamm
Reporter – News Analyst
March 6, 2021
Making her public debut at the March 2, 2021 Fernandina Beach City Commission meeting was Biscuit, the Nassau Humane Society’s Dog of the Month.
Biscuit is a 5 year-old Basset Hound mix who’s accustomed to living in a loving home, but unfortunately her owner had to surrender her for reasons that had nothing to do with her. According to the Humane Society, she’s friendly and affectionate — loves people and loves to be petted. Her people said she lived in a home with adults, dogs and a cat, and got along with all of them. She likes to go for walks and also prefers to do her business outside. She knows how to sit and stay, likes to run, and enjoys the dog park. She’s already spayed, microchipped and up to date on her shots, so she’s ready to go to a new home today. Biscuit would really benefit from being back in a loving home, and she’ll repay you many times over with lots of love.
For more information on animals available for fostering or adoption, visit the Nassau Humane Society’s website https://nassauhumane.org — or just drop by to visit at 641 Airport Road. The shelter is open afternoons daily except Mondays and closed on major holidays.