It’s All Fun & Games Til Someone Ends Up In A Cone!
This section is dedicated to our Schnauzers who need a little time to heal before they are ready for adoption. But we want you to know who they are, keep you updated on their progress and, if you can, have you help us to help them by making a donation to help cover their medical expenses! Check out our ‘Store’ or ‘Help Us’ section to learn how!
I’m Valle, a female, black Miniature Schnauzer who is about ten years old and weighs about ten pounds with natural ears and a docked tail. My owners took me to a kill shelter because they didn’t want me any more. I had so many litters of pups and now I’m too old to have more puppies. Guess that’s why they didn’t want me any more. I have a dry eye condition which will require eye drops a few times each day. I’m really in need of a home where I can get some much needed TLC. I wasn’t getting that from my former owners. I need to put on some weight before I can be spayed and get my dental. I would love a foster home where I could just hang out. I’m a very sweet girl and so quiet. I ride quietly in the car and love being held. Click the ‘Adopt’ tab, complete your adoption application and put me, Val, as a dog of interest. My adoption fee is $100.
I’m Itty Bitty, a female, brown and tan Yorkie/Shih Tzu/Schnauzer mix who is about eighteen months old and weighs about nine pounds with natural ears and tail. My owners took me to a shelter because they said they couldn’t afford to take care of me any more. I’m really not that expensive as I don’t eat that much. I’m a playful, happy girl who still play bites, so best to a home with older children. I’m house trained and do so so on leash. I’m just busy exploring everything. I do have eyes, which you’ll be able to see once I get groomed. I got sick recently and am being treated at the speciality hospital. SRT will update you once I’m feeling better and they know what is wrong. Click the ‘Adopt’ tab, complete your adoption application and put me, Itty Bitty, as a dog of interest. My adoption fee is $400
I’m Marlee, a male, black Miniature Schnauzer mix who is about six months old and weighs about ten pounds with natural ears and tail. I was just rescued from a shelter and will be headed off to the vet for surgery for something called a femoral head ostectomy on both back legs! Wow no wonder I’ve been limping. I’m good with other dogs and even small children. I’ll need a foster once I have my surgery as I will need about 5-6 weeks to recover. Look for me soon on the Waiting on You page.
I’m Hannah, a female, apricot terrier mix who is about two years old and weighs about ten pounds with natural ears and tail. I was rescued from a shelter quite some time ago and have been with a nice family who have been helping me not be so afraid of people. I’m doing better but right now I still prefer other dogs to people. SRT continues to work with me to help me eventually find the perfect fit. Look for me soon on the Waiting on You page.
I’m Donovan, a male, brindle, Miniature Schnauzer mix who is about three years old and weighs about eleven pounds with natural ears and tail. I was just rescued from the shelter so am learning what it is like to be well cared for. I’ve been to the vet and have been treated and given shots and a bath and a new haircut. I did very well with both the bath and the clippers–even my pedicure. I get along just fine with other dogs and my crate is my safe place. I sleep quietly in my crate at night. I’m a good car rider and am fine being picked up and handled. Since coming to SRT, I haven’t been quite 100% so I’ve been going back and forth to the vet until they can figure out what is wrong with me. I hope to be healthy again real soon.
I’m Kali, a female, white and brown cute terrier who is four years old and weighs about sixteen pounds with natural ears and tail. My owners dropped me off at a shelter (along with my boxer friend) and we were both just terrified. The manager let me stay in his office and we became friends pretty quickly. He called SRT as I was just too scared to even try to put me on the adoption floor. I need a quiet home with gentle people as I’m very timid and scared meeting new people It doesn’t take long to warm up, but need someone who will not rush me. Because I’m so scared, my SRT friends want to place me in an all adult home. I’m a good quiet car rider, was very good at the vet and am house and crate trained and like riding in the car. Although I do fine with other dogs, I would love to be your only one. Click the ‘Adopt’ tab, complete your adoption application and put me, Kali, as a dog of interest. My adoption fee is 400.
I’m Valerie Simone, a female salt and pepper Miniature Schnauzer mix who is about two years old and weighs about ten pounds. I have some health issues I’m dealing with right now so won’t be available for a little while. In the meantime, I getting great care and love from my foster family. I’m house and crate trained and good with other dogs. I was also very good at the vet. Look for me soon on the Waiting on You page.
I’m Atlas, a male, white Miniature Schnauzer Mix (maybe with some Westie) who is about three years old and weighs about sixteen pounds with natural ears and tail. I was just rescued from a shelter and my new SRT friends spent some time today giving me a great spa day. Although I can’t tell what happened to me, my friends suspect I was bitten by a dog and have an injury on my neck. Not to worry though, I had surgery and am trying to get over the trauma of that dog bite. I’m a quiet car rider and really do like people. I’m not leash trained yet, and am very fearful of being hurt by having a leash on me. My wonderful foster mom, who bought me lots of wonderful toys and lets me watch TV on the couch, is going to spend some time with a trainer to help me so I won’t be so afraid. SRT will update you on my progress.
I’m Eddie, a male, white and black terrier who is about five months old and weighs about ten pounds with natural ears and tail. My SRT friends believe I’m what they call a double merle, meaning both of my parents were merle. The result of this match has left me blind and deaf. It also appears that someone in my former life spent some time kicking me as I have quite a few deep bruises. Luckily, I’m with a wonderful foster family and I’m learning to learn that not all humans are abusive. I’m being treat for a skin infection from the fleas which are now gone. I will need a special home to be able to deal with my special needs.
I’m Ember, a female, black German Shepherd/Standard Schnauzer mix who is about two years old and weighs thirty-five pounds with natural ears and tail. My foster mom said I am the most friendly pup ever. I love people and am relaxed around everyone I meet-women, men and even children. I’m fine with other dogs and even tolerate bouncy dogs in my face. My preference though is to chill with my human. I’ve been around cats and am fine with them too. I’m good with all handling and even though I don’t receive a typical schnauzer cut, I’m good with my bath. I went to the vet and they gave me an excellent report card. They also said I get to receive extra treats as I’m about ten pounds underweight. I’ve been a little anorexic so the vet has me on some medication to improve my appetite. I also have an injury on my left leg, which is going to need x-rays, but the vet wants to improve my overall health before addressing the issues with my leg. I’m a calm, quiet dog and just love being near my human, sleeping next to your chair or even in the tempurpedic with you. Click the ‘Adopt’ tab, complete your adoption application and put me, Ember, as a dog of interest. My adoption fee is $400.
I’m Ruben, I’m a male, chocolate colored Standard Schnauzer mix who is about four years old and weighs about fifty-five pounds. I have natural ears and tail. I’m house, crate and leash trained, although I do sometimes pull on the leash–especially when I see other dogs. I’m good with children. I also do well with young dogs and will play gently, but not so much with the older ones. I know I need to do better and my foster is working with me. I’ve been to the vet and received a good report card. I’ll be ready for adoption soon, but really need someone willing to work with a trainer on my aggression towards adult dogs.