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Jackson was from Kentucky. He came to us as a three year old – or so we thought – but our vet said ‘aren’t all dogs up for adoption around 3 or 4?’ tongue
It all started with a male Schnauzer puppy we named Charlie. I was naive then and we got him from a pet store but we loved that dog so much, he was faithful,
Hi My name is Nina. I adapted two humans because they were getting old and needed someone to take care of them. They are foreigners and don't speak my
I am 70 years old and until last year was scared of dogs and never owned one. Then Nina (4 years old) entered my life and absolutely has taken control
I could talk forever about my boy, Barney. He was 1 month shy of turning 12 years old when he passed away. I truly believe this dog was an angel. He wasn’t
Here is a picture of Charlie at two months old. He loves to run and chase his many tennis balls and/or squeaky toys. I am forever finding them under the
This is my lovely miniature schnauzer Ruby. She unfortunately died on Saturday as she was suffering from bladder cancer. She was an adorable dog, who only
Our furbaby crossed Rainbow Bridge today, April 22, 2018. She’d gotten sick, but we didn’t know how bad till the vet told us. We let her go so she wouldn
17 years of loyal service to Mom and Dad, BZ,Danka II, and Potsie III. Originally the other half of Danka/Shayna. The original Danka passed over in 2012
A little over 3 years ago, I met my soon to be wife Jessica. She had a mini schnauzer named Riley that she had rescued 3 years earlier (or was it Riley
I met Otto early May 2015. His owner was getting a divorce and no longer wanted him. He was about 5 years old. He was my little buddy right away. He
Rosie, your love was unconditional, faithful above them all and always glad to see me... Although you had to leave, I know that you will wait, You'll wag
Quincy, my beloved little male mini Schnauzer passed away in July 2017. His sister , Kelsie passed away from diabetes only 5 months before in February
I rescued Otto from owners that no longer wanted him on May 16, 2015, he was 5. He loved belly rubs, treats and camping! We would take him to our camp
I have been around dogs ever since I was a child. My father in w/c trained several Rottweiler. They money he paid for the training. My best friend had
My husband and I were going through some fertility procedures and we were unsuccessful! About the same time I was looking for a Schnauzer we had a salt
Olive was the greatest little dog. She loved to watch TV and listen to music. Every time she heard the song my best friend by Queen she would come running
I adopted an 8 month male schnauzer. We have a fenced yard. I put him out and he won’t come back in. When I go to get him, he runs away. I tried leaving
Lionel loves cuddles and treats. He is gentle and kind to all people and beasts. He loves being clean and avoids dirt at all costs. He prefers crisp clean
Meet Golda Barker- Meshuggenowitz, so named for her “talks” with her beloved daddy as well as her “episodes” of general madness. She tolerates her mother