Experienced loving home offered for Standard or Mini after loss 3/7/22

by Nicholas
(Saltburn By-The-Sea, North Yorkshire )

Sadly my lovely little girl has just died from a tumour on her pancreas and mitral valve heart disease at the age of 13 nearly 14. We bought her as a pup and now without her life is just not the same. I have a lovely home with a huge garden and I am fit and healthy. I used to walk my mini 4 times a day.
Would love to find another, either standard or mini. Would be happy for me and my home to be vetted, and I can provide references if required. Don't mind a middle aged dog, but don't really want to start with another puppy.
I live near Saltburn By-the-Sea, North Yorkshire.
Email countryman21147@yahoo.com

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May 15, 2023
by: Pamela Ciceri

Nicholas if you are still seeking a Standard Schnauzer please email or phone me as I know of one which might suit you.
Pamela.ciceri@btinternet.com or 07751034164 it is not actually being advertised.

Sep 14, 2022
Ralph needs a new home, can you help?
by: Linda


I'm reaching out to see if you can help with rehoming my pet Ralph. He's almost 3yrs old and whilst I love him dearly, his triggers and impulsive nature, coupled with living in a City are now just a little too much for us to handle.
I feel Ralph will be much happier out of London, away from his triggers and in a more controlled environment with a garden.
Ralph's triggers:
high prey drive
Ralph is not good with small children and has lunged and nipped on 2 occasions.
We have worked with trainers and behaviourists over the last 2/3 years and still finding a lot of issues which we think are made worse by living in London, Ralph growing up through lockdown and impact on some socialisaion aspects that COVID limited.
I have been in touch with the dogs trust, but am reluctant to send him to a kennel and would love to be able to know where he is going, what I think would suit Ralph:
Family home with lots of outside space
no young children
no cat
quiet area with few distractions
he'd love to be with other dogs
Many thanks and hope to hear from you with any tips/advice on next steps.

Jul 03, 2022
Very sorry for your loss
by: Linda

Hi Nicholas,
so very sorry to hear of your girl's passing. Nearly 14 is a very good age for a Schnauzer, you must have taken excellent care of her.

We don't have Schnauzers to rehome ourselves, we put people who have one to rehome in touch with those offering a new home. Hopefully somebody in your area will contact you if they are looking for a new home for their Schnauzer,
Since Covid, we are not getting lots of Schnauzers in need of rehoming as many people are still at home and have time for their dogs. However, the situation is changing and dogs have started coming into rescue centres or are being advertised online when owners no longer have the time or money to keep them. If you do buy online, please check everything very carefully, THERE ARE A LOT OF SCAMS.
NOTE: on the internet/Facebook, Harrylucky7schnauzers based in Manchester is a SCAM. They are using the genuine Lucky7schnauzers an American breeder's photos and info. They ask you for a deposit of £400 then they will tell you their address (supposed to be in Manchester UK).

You can try The Miniature Schnauzer Club Re-Home and Rescue Trust - contact Caroline Wareing on 01242 696 768.
Or Schnauzer Houzer on Facebook, who do a great job of rehoming Schnauzers of all sizes and are usually looking for potential adopters.
And the co-ordinator for Northern Schnauzer Rescue is Pamela Ciceri (based in North Yorkshire) Pamela.ciceri@btinternet.com They also help to rehome Schnauzers.
Good luck,

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