Two Schnauzers are as easy as One...Well how about Three?!

by Pat
(Somerset, Ky)

After 14 years of loving our mini schnauzer, Dizzy, he passed away. We were crushed and the house was so quiet.
I spoke with my vet who told me I should get another, in fact 2 would be better. His reasoning, we are at work a lot and two would be great company for one another. He gave me the name of a great breeder.
I called and she had pups, so I arranged to go see them with my husband. My husband assured me two was the maximum and no matter how cute they were, only two. We arrived and immediately spotted a very light grey one, sleeping upside down in his food bowl. He was immediately ours.
Since he was to help take the place of Dizzy, he became Two ( Dizzy Two). My husband wanted a little girl, so we looked at the salt an pepper girls, and chose this sad eyed tiny girl, who was the sister of Two. The only one left in the litter was their brother. He was dark with white eye brows and a beard. We were leaving with the two, and he climbed up in my husbands lap and nuzzled up to him. He was precious.
You can guess how this ends...we bought all three, the entire litter. Its been four years and "The Puppies" are a sight. They are typical and keep us hopping. We love and adore them.
At night the three of them and the two of us crawl into the king size bed and sleep like logs. While they have never taken the place of our first, they are unique and wonderful and fill our lives with joy. The vet said two were great, but three...only us could handle them.

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Jul 04, 2011
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great story
by: Anonymous

I've emailed your wonderful story to 2 people already. We rarely drive from Atlanta to Chicago anymore, but if we ever do again, I really would like to look you up!! Elizabeth firenze5943@gmail.com

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