Male mini puppy urgently needs new home

by Mrs Levene
(Buckinghamshire)

male Mini Schnauzer puppy urgently needs new home

male Mini Schnauzer puppy urgently needs new home

January 20th 2014
FREE to a good home. Due to sudden illness I am unable to care for this puppy. He is 11 weeks old, innoculated, wormed and gorgeous. He is good on a lead an understands no. He's very loving. Please can you take him? He will come with his bed, food and toys. I live in High Wycombe, Bucks. Tel: 01494256955 Mrs Levene

NOTE FROM LINDA AND MAX:
We do not take dogs ourselves. He is gorgeous. We will put him on our website and you will be inundated with people wanting him. Please make sure you place him with a responsible and good home.
Can you let us know once he is placed so that you don't get any more phone calls - just contact the website again.
So very sorry to hear of your illness

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Feb 21, 2014
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Puppy has a new home
by: Michele

Fantastic news and it's great that he has another schnauzer to play with and chase.. They say " Onced owned by a schnauzer you stay owned by a schnauzer " that's definitely true as I've two..

Feb 21, 2014
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Yes . I have found a new home
by: Anonymous

I spoke to the owner of the puppy after he had already been rehomed to a family with another schnauzer.
NOTE FROM LINDA AND MAX:
Great news, thanks for letting us know.

Feb 21, 2014
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Please let me know?
by: Sue

Our 9 year old mini has recently gone blind as a result of developing diabetes. We are all learning to live with his disability but would love a little man to keep him in a straight line and away from that random bush on the beach. We live 100 yards from the beach, which all the dogs love. We have a dog groomer come to the house every 6 weeks (no scary parlours for our blind boy any more). We holiday in our touring caravan, so our boy goes everywhere with us. Would your little man like to join our happy home? 07739 403013

Feb 11, 2014
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Any News
by: Sue

Has this little poppet found a new home ?

NOTE FROM LINDA AND MAX:
Yes, we were wondering the same. It would be great if you could let us know.

Jan 31, 2014
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We can offer him a lovely home
by: Dorothy

Mrs Levene,
Sorry to hear about you illness.
We would love to offer the puppy a permanent loving home. We live in High Wycombe with our Mini Schnauzer Jack, who will be turning 6 in Apr this year. My husband and I work different hours so one of us is always home with Jack. We take Jack to the park everyday, does his groominy myself, we won't go on holiday without him, we very rare leave him on his own more than 4 hours.

We hope you feel better soon,
Regards, Dorothy
d38lee@hotmail.co.uk

Jan 27, 2014
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Please let us love him!
by: chris hemming

Oh what a darling dog, we would adore this little chap after losing out Westie before Christmas. She was 14 but has left such a void in our lives not having here with us. We are both at home all day and would not leave this little fellow alone ever. We would just love the chance to spoil him with love. He would enjoy the walks along the river and the preservation meadow close by.

Chris
chris.norm@talktalk.net
tel 01865 715432 Oxford area

Jan 26, 2014
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Miniature Schnauzer looking for a new home
by: Lesley

We recently lost our two dogs within a month of each other, we rehomed a jack russell (his 3rd home)) could Bob he spent six happy years with us. We understand he could have been about 14. Our other dog was a Doberman aged 12, Oscar laid on his bed and passed away 4 weeks after Bob. I really miss my boys and would like a small/medium size dog, I was fortunate to stay with a family last year who had 3 miniature schnauzers and loved their characters and temperament. I sympathise with your predicament and think you are being very strong to make this decision to rehome your puppy.
We are a recently retired couple who love walking and are fortunate to live 2 mins. from the park, within walking distance of a local wood and 5 mins from the seafront where there is approx. a 3 mile walk. lesley.wilde@sky.com

Jan 26, 2014
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Your puppy
by: Jackie

I would love to offer your mini a new home. I live near High Wycombe and currently have a 10 yo Standard Bitch. I have had a mini, another standard and a giant before and am looking for a companion for my girl. We have a very active life style and live in a house with a secure garden.
I would love to do a dog mix with you and you could ask my friends at Stokenchurch Dog Rescue for a character reference for me as I volunteer there. I would be happy for you to visit my home before you placed your pup in my care. It would not seem unreasonable to suggest that, if you would still like to see your pup, we might be able to arrange something from time to time in the future. I would also be happy to offer to foster your boy if that is something you might like to think about.

my email is jackiexogs@yahoo.co.uk

Jan 25, 2014
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New house
by: Karen

I am so sorry to hear that you will need to give up your puppy, it must be a very hard decision.
We have a 2 year old miniature called oscar and we would love to home him for you.
We live in kent and he would be loved very much. We would take great care of him.
Karen 07732 473749

Jan 24, 2014
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Looking to rehome a Mini Schnauzer
by: Anonymous

We have just lost our 15 year old Mini and miss him dreadfully he was always with us. We live in rural Lancashire Tel 07977 911242 Rob and Joanne

Jan 22, 2014
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New Home
by: Sarah Brooks

Hello There,
I would be interested in offering your Mini a new home.
I have a Schnauzer called Tim who is 4 years old.
I am looking for a play mate for him.
I work from home so he would have my consistant attention.
My Contact number is 07530 319686.
Many Thanks.

Jan 21, 2014
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He's gorgeous
by: Michele

So sorry that you are not well, and judging from these comments he'll be re-homed very, very soon.. I hope you keep in touch with his new owners as it must be a very hard decision, but at least you are putting your puppy's well being to heart.. I'm sure whichever home he goes to you will decide whether it is the right one, especially if they have another dog, then please make sure the two of them get on and there's no jealousy... Neutral territory is the best way to introduce them. On the other hand if he'll be the only pup then that'll be great.. Good luck and get well soon..

Jan 21, 2014
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Home offered to your Pup
by: Maddies Mum

Sorry to hear you are unwell. We would love to offer a good home to your pup. We lost our beloved mini this time last year at 11 months and our Norfolk Terrier would ensure he was settled and enjoy long walks together.

We are in Hertfordshire.

Jan 21, 2014
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joe medforth
by: Anonymous

Hi, i would very much like to give you're puppy a home, i live close to a big park he would be well loved. my landline is 02088033272

Jan 20, 2014
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New home
by: Mrs Wells

Hello Mrs Levene
Sorry to hear your feeling poorly. We would love to offer a home to your puppy.
We rescued Dill, our Schnauzer cross nearly 13 years ago. She goes to work with my husband who is a landscape gardener on a daily basis. We are an active family, holidaying in the UK and France and Always with Dill.
If you are interested please call me on 07984567536 or 02088986241.
Thank you.

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