Mini Schnauzer needed to complete the family, will travel April '22

by Jan
(Northamptonshire UK )

My two bichon/schnauzer cross girls (8 and 9 years old) are missing their sister Daisy the miniature schnauzer who passed two years ago. Their other sister Bella a bichon rescue, also passed at Christmas. I lost my husband to MND in 2015 and my girls are my world. I have a lovely home with a secure garden, two little girls who would love to welcome a sister to our happy family, and bundles of love to offer. I’m semi retired and have a hole in my heart only a schnauzer can fill. Happy to travel nationwide to collect a schnauzer looking for a loving home.

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Apr 11, 2022
good luck!
by: Linda

Hi Jan,
Thank you for the lovely photos of your Bichon crossed and 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 many Schnauzers in need of rehoming as more people are 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.
NOTE: on the internet/Facebook, Harrylucky7schnauzers based in Manchester is a SCAM. They are using the genuine Lucky7schnauzers an American breeder's photos and info. They ask you for a deposit of £400 then they will tell you their address (supposed to be in Manchester UK).
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.
And the co-ordinator for Northern Schnauzer Rescue is Pamela Ciceri (based in North Yorkshire) They also help to rehome Schnauzers.
Good luck,

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