Here is Max. He was born Oct. 16th, 2011. He was adopted from another rescue in Georgia and the family lives in South Dakota. They can’t keep him anymore and the rescue needs help to re home him. Since we specialize in Miniature Schnauzer they contacted us. Rather than ship him back to a state that is far away they would like him to come to Minnesota. If you can foster or would like to adopt a young salt and pepper schnauzer, please let us know. The foster application can be obtained by mailing firstname.lastname@example.org and the adoption paperwork is in the adoption tab above. We hope we can help max with your help.
Luke would love to be around people all the time. He enjoys going for walks and loves car rides. His dream would be to have a fenced in yard where he could run around and chase squirrels. Luke is crate trained; he will happily go in especially if he knows you have a treat for him. He is very gentle and thoughtful, a good mood reader. Luke is more playful with dogs than with people or toys. He only barks if there is a reason, someone at the door, dog walking by, or squirrel in his yard. He will grab a stuffed animal to quiet himself down when a family member comes home. Smart fella! Luke will sit by you and stare if there is something he is wanting. If you don’t respond he will gently put his paw on you. If there are humans rough housing Luke will join in barking and jumping. I think he prefers his people a bit mellower. He gets along with other dog, not sure what he would do with a cat, defiantly no rodents or birds. He loves to chase around and wrestle with other dogs. He is the dominate dog in our house, but I think that is only because our other dog is so submissive. Luke is very trainable if you want to train.
Corabelle is adorable! She is still very puppy like. She is the sweetest girl ever and very gentle. She loves her crate but will run out to get attention when she wants it. She also likes to be under the sofa or curled up on a cushy pillow or in your lap. Corabelle is very quiet, she rarely barks. When she does bark, it is when she happens to notice another dog or cat passing by. Cora is often in her own little world and it is a happy place. She loves daytime walks. Cora is fabulous in the car; she would be a great RV traveler. She gives lots of kisses. She gets along with other dog, not sure about cats or other animals. Cora is a little thief; she will grab something lying on the floor and hide it in her crate. Luckily she is not much of a chewer. If you are missing a sock, mitten, homework- look in the crate and you will most likely find it.