So many phone calls, e-mails, and even a few applicants, but the minimum requirements were not met. We will continue to look for a home that was the owners last wish. She is only 10 lbs, liver in color, and a has a long tail. She loves to cuddle and be petted. She is micro chipped and up to date on vaccines. Being with an older couple she was shy to noises and didn’t know how to use the stairs. She is trying to play with the other dogs and getting there. Her bark is not sharp and rarely uses her voice. She went through puppy classes and started the next class, but the owner was too sick to take her to finish her 2nd course. Heidi was well taken care of and we want to find her the best home possible. Wish her luck!
We rarely get young females in rescue and what most people would like. Please read our requirements about Heidi and all the schnauzers that are coming into our foster homes. They are rescued already and just need a home that suits Heidi and what is best for her. We know she will find a good home! What a sweetie she is.
Meet Charlie, he was her husbands dog and with this family since he was 8 weeks old. Charlie is now 6 years old. He had a schnauzer sister who is 4 years old now. Dad can’t have him due to the divorce and him moving to an apartment where Charlie is not allowed. Now he has to move in with a dog that he does not get along with. The owner of the house says Charlie must go now. Charlie was going to the shelter in a few hours and at the last minute, the owners boyfriend decided to keep him for a few days. The chain of events had nothing to do with poor Charlie and he has to be re-homed because of life changes.