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Never having a dog before Bailey was our first and only dog. We had only recently got married when we chose Bailey and still remember the day we brought
I did not see Tuesday, June 27th ending with having to make the decision to put my dog down, over the years after having 3 surgeries and diabetes, I just
I got my little girl when she was 2 months old. From day 1 she was mama's baby. She was my baby for 8 years, sadly I had to make one of the hardest decisions
Our little angel Bella left us after 9 love filled years, claimed by pancreatitis after a valiant fight to survive and wonderful care by our vet. She
From the moment you enter into our lives you were a blessing. Sweet memories are now what we treasure the most. We will never be the same with out you
I have had two wonderful mini white schnauzers. The first was Peaches. My special sweet girl Peaches She had one liter of pups in which I kept the only
Toby is a mini schnauzer silver black and white he is 8 years young. We travel all over with him he has his own suit case. He has been all through Florida,
This is Dollie our 4 month old black Mini Schnauzer. She is the cheekiest, cutest most characteristic pup ever!! She loves to eat her Mums flowers, sleep
We adopted Buck when he was 3 from a breeder. He never was a pet and when we got him he learned to spoil himself. He was ruined. He lived with two cats,
Winston was a part of my life for 13 years and was the greatest dog ever. 13 years ago my husband gave me Winston as a Christmas present. I can remember
In 2003, when I was in 3rd grade, my mom gave me Marvin and his brother Peyton as a Christmas present. I was the happiest girl alive and they were mine.
Otto was one of a kind, as all schnauzers are. He was full of life and love and just wanted to be close to his people. He loved when his mom would take
Adopted in 2007. She picked us. She filled our hearts with joy. She loved Fort Funston and doing tricks for treats. She came from Monterey and may have
One of my designer friends owns two schnauzers—one miniature and one standard—and they rock. They’re cute as a button and super sweet! The best part?
Fritz is 7 months out of a puppy mill. He is 12 years old and deaf. He knew nothing. Not even grass! Afraid of touching. We have worked so hard and
I recently lost my last Schnauzer - Old man Dean. My oldest daughter decided I was not going to wait long to find a new Schnauzer friend. We contacted
I lost Old Man Dean on April 17th 2017 to kidney failure. Having to help a loved dog over the Rainbow Bridge is a very difficult thing but the right Thing.
In August 2008, my wife and I bought a Schnauzer puppy from a private breeder in a rural area a couple of hours from home. The breeder lived on a farm
I would like to introduce my Molly to everyone. She is a little black and silver girl and is almost 6 years old. We have sadly just said goodbye to her
Zena came to us at 8 week of age. What a beautiful little ball of energy. Sadly on the 10 April 2017 we had to say goodbye to our beautiful little girl