Sadly Rosy has to come back to rescue and was adopted 5 years ago.. she is 8 years old now and still full of energy. Life expectancy of a schnauzer is now 16 years with the great dog food they make now and wonderful vet care. Our breed can live up to 18 and she still has many years of love to give. She was a great companion to his Mom, but having 2 schnauzers of his own, he feels she needs a home like she had before. We all hope that when we adopt they will get forever homes and this won’t happen to her again, but life does change for a dog if something happens to the owner. Rosy was so resilient and was a great foster, found a new owner, then with her son’s family, and know she will love another human as much as the next. If you are interested in Rosy, please look at the minimum requirements and how to start the adoption process our the tabs above. More pictures to come as she makes it back to rescue and would love a new home to call her own. She is good with other dogs and older children, not sure about cats, and all updated on vaccines. She recently had a dental and her yearly check up was great!