**Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be transporting Biscuit**I’m Biscuit, and boy do I have a story to tell you! You won’t believe how I ended up in this super soft place. it feels like I am living a dream! Take a seat, and listen closely.When I was a young boy, I lived at the farm with my Brittany brothers and sisters, and Brittany mom and dad. We played and played and played all day! There were so many Brittanys to play with! In fact, maybe a few too many. One day, a human came to get me, and 3 other Brittanys and said that she can help find homes for us.She put us in a really big fence where we had room to run. I’m so glad I still had some playmates! But it wasn’t too long before all four of us noticed that there were.. CHICKENS. Guys! She had land birds for us bird dogs! So we started digging and got out, and the lady panicked. Since she wanted us to be safe while she searched for homes for us, she put us in the one place she knew we couldn’t escape. the chicken coop. It was only three weeks before she knew that she needed ABR’s help. That is how we got to be known as the Chicken Coup Four, The Georgia Four, or the ChickenCoopKids.After spending some time at the vet, I took a car ride to a place where all things are warm and soft. Oh! I even have playmates here! Two Brittany foster sisters who are teaching me things, showing me the cool stuff, and playing with me. Everything is so new to me! It takes a little time for me to get used to things, but my foster family is super patient and understanding.I knew I wouldn’t be staying here, because the foster family tells me that my forever family is somewhere waiting for me, they just don’t know it yet. Could you be the forever family they are talking about?Foster mom here! Biscuit is an absolute gem. He may be a young boy, but he is an old soul. He is so smart and incredibly sweet! Not to mention, he is devastatingly handsome! He has not only adapted well, but quickly and gets along great with my two Brittanys!He can seem shy, and come across as unsure (not nervous), but that is due to a lack of experience. Before my home, he had never seen a television, ceiling fan, or played with a stuffed toy! It didn’t take him long to figure out how great life can truly be! He has taken up a new hobby and is considered a Professional Napper.He is great on a leash, and very polite by being aware of personal space. He is so gentle that he carries stuffed toys around in his mouth! He would love to have a family that can be patient with him as he is introduced to new things. He would enjoy a yard with a fence where he can explore things, but most importantly, he wants a family who is just like him, kind and gentle. He would really do great with another dog to show him the ropes and help him gain confidence in himself, but can be an only dog too. But chickens? Not recommended. ;)Update 2/9/22: Biscuit moved from GA to ABR foster in Arrington, TN.