My name is Biscuit!

Pomeranian Dog for adoption in Carlisle, Pennsylvania - Biscuit
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One Good Deed - PA Chapter

Facts about Biscuit

  • Breed: Pomeranian
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Biscuit was surrendered to us due to personal family issues, and by no fault of his own. He is a seven year old Pomeranian who is accustomed to a spoiled life, and loves to snuggle up for a movie marathon on the couch! Even though Biscuit is an adult, you would never know it! His personality is that of a one year old, and he still loves to run and play like a puppy! Biscuit is accustomed to being an only dog, and is looking for a home where he will continue to be the only pup in the home. He is ready to be treated like the little prince that he is! If you'd like to adopt Biscuit, please fill out our adoption application and we'll get back with you as soon as we can. Please do not apply to adopt Biscuit if you have other dogs in the household, or small children.

PLEASE NOTE: Biscuit is being fostered in Memphis, TN. Tennessee has a large number of dogs in need of homes, and adopts to Northeast furever homes! If you are interested in adopting Biscuit, transportation is included in our adoption donation as well as vaccinations up to date, neuter surgery, microchip, rabies vaccination and certificate, health certificate for travel, and of course, a lifetime of love and cuddles! If you are interested in adopting Biscuit, please start by filling out our no obligation adoption application on our website here:

About One Good Deed - PA Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

One Good Deed Tn, Inc was started in April, 2013 by the Naquin family, who had been very active with volunteer activities and animal advocay for many years. Many shelters and even humane societies claim to be "no kill," but we learned that the “no kill” provisions often had loop holes to allow for regular euthanasias. After losing a healthy, treasured foster dog to euthanasia, despite attempts by several people to adopt her and rescue groups attempts to pull her, we made the decision to start our own organization and make a difference "one good deed" at a time. We needed to do something good to honor our foster dog and decided on that day to start our own organization that would truly be for the good of the animals. One Good Deed Tn, Inc. will not put any animal to sleep for any reason other than as a last resort, on the advice of a veterinarian, for those pets whose suffering can not be cured and who by not humanely euthanizing would prolong its suffering.

We pull animals from all shelters, accept strays, work with other rescues who are too full, and provide medical services and foster care for all breeds of dogs until they are adopted into loving homes that are just right for their needs! We are also proud to assist other non-profit organizations with fostering, transport, and financial assistance for emergencies for both groups and individuals as our resources allow. One Good Deed Tn, Inc. believes that we can make a difference one good deed at a time!

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

You can donate through our website using, if you don't have an account, you can donate as a guest! Use the link here:

Come Meet Our Pets...

All One Good Deed dogs can be adopted and transported to TN, PA, CT, NY, MD, Canada (via NY pickup) please email us at to ask about your state or to ask about adopting a One Good Deed dog!

If you are interested in adopting a dog, please start by filling out our adoption application here:

Our Adoption Process...

We ask that potential adopters complete the adoption application from our website. After we receive that, we check personal and vet references. Once the adoption application and references are checked, we will contact you and continue with the adoption process. Adoption fees vary based on the costs of medical that the dog has needed, age, and whether the pet will require transport. You can find the application here: