looking to rehome a Miniature Schnauzer, Berks 10th Sept '22

by Antony
(Ascot Berkshire)

Am looking to rehome a Miniature Schnauzer. Have already owned two, both female and both came from a broken home. Both dogs were Kennel club registered and fully documented.
Both dogs lived to over 14, the first dying following an unsuccessful cancer operation and the second from Old age plus diabetes.
Live in a detached with a secure 1 acre garden. No children and only 2 Adults.
Required dog should be between 2 to 5 years and be fully house trained. Get on with other people's dogs and be left alone in house for certain periods.
Email mountaf@gmail.com

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Sep 15, 2022
Rehoming of Ralph
by: Antony Mount

Hi. I forgot to give you my Email address concerning the possible rehoming of your Miniature Schnauzer Ralph. my address is mountaf@gmail.com. My phone number was on my last message, so you can use either to contact me.

Sep 15, 2022
by: Antony Mount

Hi Chrishan I have Just noticed your comment concerning the possible rehoming of your Miniature Schnauzer Ralph. I live in Ascot Berkshire which is close to London, where you are. I have a 1 acre enclosed garden which is fully secure, No cats and only two adults, so NO children As I have already owned two Miniature Schnauzers, the last one dying last month of old age, I could well be interested in rehoming your Ralph. I have a close friend, who also has a Miniature Schnauzer, so Ralph could have one of his own kind to play occasionally with as we both look after each other's dogs when away on holiday. Is Ralph neutered and chipped and good in cars, as we occasionally drive to Scotland and Wales to see friends. If interested. you can either contact Linda via the website and ask her to contact me, or contact me directly, my number is 01344 622225 (answer phone).

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.

Sep 10, 2022
good luck!
by: Linda

Hi Anthony,
Apologies for the delay in replying, I’ve been on holiday.
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.
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.

Good luck,
PS Add a comment with your email address so people can contact you if they have a Schnauzer to rehome.

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