This is Biscuit. We adopted Biscuit from Operation Paws for Homes, a terrific rescue group that pulls dogs from high kill rate shelters in the South and brings them to the greater DC area (Virginia, DC, Maryland, and Pennsylvania) for adoption. They have a phenomenal success rate and a group of volunteers who, if they turned their attention to world domination instead of dog rescue, would rule the world in six weeks, tops.
This post is a reminder to all that adopt a dog from the Southern states where heart worms are rampant, that you really should have your dog retested for heart worms four months after you bring it home. Heart worms can take four months from the date of infection to show up in the bloodwork.
Biscuit is happy, healthy, and heart worm free. She is the most naturally polite dog I’ve ever owned, a real joy to work with and train. If you’re interested in learning more about Operation Paws for Homes, go to their web site: http://ophrescue.org or just browse the national database for rescue groups and adoptable animals, http://petfinder.com.