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3,348 Schnauzer Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
|Alabama Schnauzer Dogs for Adoption|
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-10-05-00319Lacey (female)|
Lacey is a very lucky girl. When she came, we thought she was pregnant but it turned out to be a false pregnancy. because of her false pregnancy, her uterus filled with puss and she became very ill, almost losing her life. With lots of TLC and proper meds, Lacey is alive and doing well! She is so sweet and affectionate. She does not like a crate but preferrs to sleep at the foot of the bed. She is mostly house broke but with all the health issues, she has had a few accidents in the house. She is a wonderful dog and would make a great companion for anyone. She would be great for an elderly person or couple, and would do good in an apartment or small house. (Less)
Furvever Friends of the South K9 rescue
DeKalb County Crossville, AL 35962 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 91748Omar (male)|
Omar is a playful young guy, a bit over a year old. He likes meeting people and gets along with most dogs. He doesn't seem to mind children, but he has a lot of energy and will need some training before spending time with any he can knock over. He is good in his crate and generally agreeable for any sort of activity. Omar is neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, heartworm negative and has been given 6 months heartworm preventative. Call or come visit the City of Mobile Animal Shelter to meet this great fellow today!
Friends of the Mobile Animal Shelter
855 Owens St.
Mobile County Mobile, AL 36604 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 433879Little Bit (female)|
Currently in a foster placement, Little Bit is 10 years old and in need of someone with an open heart to offer her a permanent home. If interested, please call number below. Please read completely: FOR INFORMATION ON THIS ANIMAL PLEASE CONTACT 256-883-3783. BE SURE TO HAVE ID# READY. Animals at this shelter are held a reasonable amount of time so at the time of posting it is adoptable and not in immediate danger. However, the time period is limited depending upon the shelter population. Please note: THE SHELTER IS FULL. If you are interested in fostering, the need is great and we would love to have you. If you are interested in adopting me: 1) Write down my Animal ID # . 2) Make sure to mention Animal ID # when visiting or calling. 3) Remember all adoptions stop 30 minutes prior to closing time. 3) You will not be allowed to place a hold on me. 4) I cannot be shipped to you. 5) Before adopting me, you can spend time with me outside or in a meet and greet room. Please ask for assistance. 6) We take cash, checks, debit cards, VISA and Mastercard as a method of payment. **IMPORTANT: Huntsville Animal Services cannot guarantee that I will still be available for adoption as we do not hold animals for anyone under any circumstances. Animals are adopted on a first come, first serve basis. You may want to call and ask if I am still available prior to visiting the shelter. When you adopt me, I will stay at the shelter and be taken to the veterinarian of your choice where I will be spayed or neutered before going to my new home. If I am already spayed or neutered, I can go home with you upon adoption. My adoption cost is very affordable and includes my adoption fee, spay/neuter, vaccinations, deworming, license (if you live within Huntsville city limits), a collar and personalized ID tag. Please know that a high percentage of animals in the shelter are brought in as strays. It is impossible to know anything about a stray animal and many times we can only make our best educated guess on breeds, age, etc. Every animal you see posted here has passed a general temperament test as performed by shelter staff and it is considered to be non-aggressive. ADOPTION FEES Dogs: $80 - 170 - includes spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, rabies voucher, deworming, *heart worm and flea/tick prevention; purebred dogs and puppies tend to cost more and dogs that have been in the shelter longer will probably cost less. Cats: The shelter is currently running a $35 special on cats. (regularly $80) - includes spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, feline aids/leukemia testing, rabies voucher, deworming, *heart worm and flea/tick prevention LICENSE FEES $10 - 1 year license $35 - Lifetime license EVERY ADOPTER RESIDING IN THE CITY OF HUNTSVILLE, AL WILL BE REQUIRED TO PURCHASE ONE OF THE ABOVE LICENSE OPTIONS AT TIME OF ADOPTION OPTIONAL SERVICES $10 - Heartworm test. Blood test known as the 'snap test' that shows when heart worm antigens are present in the blood. $20 - Microchip. Another line of defense to help you get your pet back in the event he/she is lost. This is especially recommended for those pets known to climb fences, chew collars/tags, etc. Start your new pup out right by gentle training and socialization. If you confront a behavior problem you are not sure what to do about, Laurel Rose is a dog trainer in Huntsville who has offered to meet with people who adopt dogs from the Huntsville Animal Shelter for a free evaluation. Phone is: (256) 890-1234. (Less)
Huntsville Animal Services
4950 Triana Blvd
Madison County Huntsville , AL 35805 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-08-19-00686Mollie (female)|
Mollie and her sister Maggie have been or pets for 5 years now and are the sweetest animals. They are salt and pepper schnauzers that were rescues at our vet office so I do not have papers on them. They were about 6 months old when we got them. It breaks my heart to have to list them on here. We have become too busy with jobs and school to give them the attention they need. They are kennel trained and love to run. We do not have the yard for them to run and play and just no time to get them to the dog park. I would love to keep them together but understand they may not be able to find a home together. They are about 8 months behind on their vaccinations. I will post pictures soon. Feel free to contact me with any questions about them. (Less)
Baldwin County Orange Beach, AL MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Schnauzer in Alabama|
Schnauzer Dogs can make good pets in Alabama if they match your IifestyIe. The Schnauzer is a thickly bearded, medium sized, Terrier type dog. Schnauzers are proud, vivacious animals. Schnauzers are protective toward their people and want to be the boss. It is important to thoroughly socialize and train a Schnauzer when it is a puppy. Schnauzers do fine with older kids. A Schnauzer needs lots and lots of exercise and a daily walk but can live in an apartment if its exercise needs are met.
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