Loving home waiting to welcome a Minature Schnauzer, Cumbria

by Shirley
(Arnside, Cumbria, UK)

My husband and I are both in our early sixties, retired and still active.We have been lucky enough to give a home to two Schnauzers previously. The first Raisin lived a long, full and very active life, walking up every peak over 2000 feet in the Lake District, she was 16 when we lost her. Teddy preferred a less active lifestyle, although he loved to walk he was never a mountain dog so we adjusted our walks to suit him. Teddy loved to travel in our motorhome and toured Europe extensively. Unfortunately we lost Teddy earlier this year after a longish illness, Mary our vet could do nothing more for him. We are looking to adopt a Miniature Schnauzer and give them a safe, secure and loving home.

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Jun 23, 2020
by: Anonymous

Email address: shirley.pyzniuk@btinternet.com
Mobile: 07948017466

Jun 23, 2020
Sorry for your loss
by: Linda

sorry you lost Teddy. It sounds like he lived the Schnauzer high life! They are all so different, aren't they? We used to go hiking with Max as well and then afterwards he would sleep so deeply we had to nudge him to make sure he was still alive!
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,
However, due to the current Coronavirus situation, we are not getting Schnauzers that need rehoming as a lot of people are at home and have time for their dogs.
You can also 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 always 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!
PS Add a comment with your email address so people can contact you if they have a Schnauzer to rehome.

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