Home in Lichfield, Staffordshire, waiting for a Mini Schnauzer

by Amanda Stuart
(Lichfield, Staffordshire)

We have a home eagerly awaiting an arrival of a Mini Schnauzer, whether a pup or adult, we can offer the time and care and attention needed. We have a large field at the back of our house, a small wood with fields half mile away, Cannock Chase 20 minutes drive. A high fenced secure back garden. He / she can look forward to socialising like a member of our family as well as trips and adventure. Experienced dog owner and cuddles assured!
All the best,
Amanda
amandastuart@live.co.uk

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Jun 24, 2013
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Great .. well done..
by: Michele

Hi thanks for getting back.. and well done for making sure all was well.. is it Ok to email you and send you some pics of my boys..Rebel & Benji.. and my Silky Terrier.. Rambo..? I do keep in touch with many on here by email and some live in the USA... we exchange goodies too...I now live alone with my 3 dogs as my hubby passed away in January 2011 peacefully in his sleep.. My boys are my life.. Love Michele

Jun 24, 2013
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Addicted!
by: Anonymous

Hi, yes we had all the relevant paperwork and all was clear and good. I think I would like another Mini for me more than Reggie as I think I'm addicted. Ha!

Jun 24, 2013
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Has your Puppy been eye tested
by: Michele

That's wonderful news, but when you bought your puppy did the breeder give you a certificate for the eyes to say all was clear in both parents and their generations.... if not I would ask for one as minis are prone to eye disorders if carried in the generations..( I forget the name it's called.. ) My boys have always been clear as my breeder has the puppies tested before they go their new homes and she never has bred with a bitch or stud dog carrying the disorder.. It can cause blindness at an early age... Good luck at finding a friend.. Schnauzers do come in pairs.. both mine are boys and I've never had a problem, and all previous, as well as the two I have now, have been entire..

Jun 24, 2013
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Another Schnauzer
by: Anonymous

We are now the proud 'parents' of our Mini Schnauzer puppy Reggie, now 6 months old. We bought him from a breeder at 10 weeks old. He is an adorable little chappie. We would still like to offer our home to a Scnauzer as company for him. I've heard a female would be better to get along with an existing male, but I'd accept a male if he and Reggie got along. Age I am not concerned with apart from probably not fair to have an old dog with a puppy. Anyway, we are open to suggestions and maybe there is one out there that is awaiting a caring home with a pup ready to play.
We are in Lichfield, Staffordshire. Email: amandastuart@live.co.uk

Jun 03, 2013
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a friend for Reggie
by: Anonymous

UPDATE: We now have a beautiful boy Mini Schnauzer from a breeder. Love him to bits! We are still open to a 'rescue' pal for him. So if there's one out there where the family would love the idea of a 6 month old boy Mini to be best of friends, please do not hesitate to contact me. Your precious boy or girl will be truly loved and shown adventure.

Thank you. X

Apr 05, 2013
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oscar
by: Anonymous

I think I read that one, I could always put it to them... But as I recall, they had quite a few offers. We shall see. Thank you very much.

Apr 05, 2013
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Try for 6 month old Oscar in Gloustershire
by: Michele

Have a word with the family who want a new home for their 6 month old Oscar.. they live in Gloustershire.. as I mentioned to them that it would be better to re-home him away from the same area, otherwise he won't settle in his new home if his previous owners keep wanting to visit him. sending photos is OK, but visiting him isn't right as he needs to " Bond " with his New Family... completely.. This might be rather cruel for the family, but it will be in the best interests for Oscar to re-home him this way.. as he's only a puppy..

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