Home offered for mini in Bridgnorth 26.10.17

by Gwendoline
(Bridgnorth)

hello
I am looking to adopt a miniature Schnauzer, as i had a black giant one several yrs ago, I live in the country near to bridgnorth so i would hope it to be able to be fetched from someone near to me. Ir would be given a loving home as i have had rescued dogs before. i would just love the chance to give a loving home to a dog perhaps not to old as i would hope for it to be with me for sometime. ifanyone has a dog that needs a loving home please contact me

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Nov 16, 2017
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note to Tammy
by: Linda and Max

Hi Tammy,
copy and paste your coment into a new rescue page and people can contact you if they can offer your Schnoodle a home. Good luck.

Nov 16, 2017
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note to Tammy
by: Linda and Max

Hi Tammy,
copy and paste your comment into a new Rescue page and people can contact you if they can rehome your Schnoodle.
Good luck.

Oct 28, 2017
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Wnderful home to give a ny age Schnauzer.
by: Anonymous

I would love to give your baby a wonderful home. We are a retired couple who have lots of time to give and would give loads of love. We live in Stafford in a country side bungalow. No children and no visiting children. Please consider our request.

Oct 26, 2017
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by: Tammy

We have an 81/2 month old schnoodle. She is a miniature schnauzer toy poodle cross (both kennel club) but to be honest everyone thinks she is a schnauzer- they have very strong genes!
She was rehomed from someone who didn't socialise her properly and there was probably some neglect. She has made a lot of progress in the last 2 months- she now walks on a lead without reacting to other dogs, passers by, cyclists etc. Walks are now enjoyable.
However she is still very wary around all visitors. We have 3 children- and although she is completely gentle around us/them she barks and lunges at visiting children. She has to be crated- as we don't have the room to put her in separate room to get used to things over time.
She is about to go on a 3 week intensive training programme as we love her dearly and want to be able to keep her. However if this doesn't allow us to manage the issue with visiting children safely we may have to rehome to someone with no children where the lifestyle is quieter and therefore she can have the time and space she needs.
I feel I have listed her bad points first- but only because I want someone to take her on knowing what is needed (we weren't given this information). She is also (since coming to us) fully toilet trained, totally adoring of her family, very healthy (now) and able to obey some simple commands. She can tolerate the vet well- it is a very specific problem relating to her home and people she doesn't know.
Would you be interested in a potential rehome if training improves things but not to the extent she can be around visiting children?

Oct 26, 2017
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Good luck
by: Linda and Max

We hope someone contacts you.

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