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4,202 Schnauzer Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
|Arizona Schnauzer Dogs for Adoption|
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|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-28-00405Gus (male)|
Gus is a happy go lucky boy who was rescued on his last day from the shelter and is ready to meet his forever family. He is super friendly with other dogs and is already house trained and crate trained. He knows basic commands and will make a wonderful companion. Call 9480) 947 9636 to meet Gus
Scottsdale Pet Hotel
Maricopa County Tempe, AZ 85281 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-26-00560Dollar (male)|
We are looking for a great home for this adorable family dog. Our work/school schedules no longer allow us to provide the proper love and attention he so desires.
Maricopa County Sun City, AZ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-02-27-00001Fritz (male)|
Come meet this Saturday at the Lake Pleasant Petsmart from 10-3 located at 25372 N Lake Pleasant Peoria, Arizona 85383. If adopted prior to the event, the listing will be removed. $200 adoption donation Fritz is a young ,playful, silly and goofy boy! He was abandoned in a home when the family moved out, luckily for him the neighbors fed him and took care of him until the doggy police showed up and carted him off to the dog slammer. He LOVES to play with other dogs, is very people social but still acts very much like a puppy. He loves to nip ankles, smothers your face with kisses, and is just a goofball in general! He will make an excellent family dog. He currently weighs 10lbs but he is underweight and could stand to pack on a pound or two. Adoption fees include: Spay/neuter Current vaccinations including Da2Ppv, Rabies, and Bordatella 4dx snap test--Heartworm, tick fever (erlichia), lyme disease, and anaplasmosis Microchip Dental cleaning (if needed) Current on Heartguard + and Frontline + (Less)
Ruby Ranch Pet Rescue and Sanctuary
Maricopa County phoenix, AZ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-02-23-00582Yuki (female)|
ORIGINALLY, we had YUKI with another dog named Snowy as a bonded pair. Both were adopted together, but they came back to our rescue as the people were not prepared to have a 3 dog family. They were SUPER nice people that wanted the best for the 2 kids, and they weren't feeling that they could continue on with them, putting the dogs 1st. Prior to them adopting the 2, we separated them into different fosters as Yuki likes to chase cats, and the foster had cats...They did fine away from each other. NOW, we are adopting them out separately, as we know they will be fine without the other. Yuki is VERY playful, where Snowy wants to cuddle in your arms all day (if you would let her) and she prefers a more quiet home setting. These girls are schnauzer / westie mixes, according to the paperwork that came with them. (owner surrender who couldn't take on the life style of 2 puppies). Both of them play well with other small dogs (In foster) . They are both doing well with the doggy door training with minor accidents. Yukis adoption fee is set at $175.00 If you are ready to commit to a lifetime of love in your life, most likely you are ready for a animal. If you think you would like to meet Yuki, fill out the application and send it back to email@example.com ****The 1st step to adopting any of our cats or dogs is to fill out an application by going to our website. www.azrain.org. Click on 'Cat Consultation form' OR 'Dog Consultation form'. ***The 1st step to adopting any of our cats or dogs is to fill out an application by going to our website. www.azrain.org. Click on 'Cat Consultation form' OR 'Dog Consultation form'. Please don't email us, if you haven't filled out an application 1st. We do not bring our small dogs to adoption events, because #1) they are normally scared to death and very nervous, not knowing what's going on with the many people coming up to the pens and hovering over them. Many shiver and shake with the unknown. #2) People adopt on impulse when they see a particularly "cute" dog/puppy. When they are adopted on impulse, reality sets in with in the 1st month of adopting it. "Oh, this puppy ate the leg off my chair, I can't have that!", or "You said this dog was house trained and it pees all over". . . and then in many cases they are returned to rescue. #3) When people have to fill out a form 1st, and read all the questions about the care of a dog/puppy, they see that there are many aspects to adopting a family member, that they may not of thought of. They also realize that it is a life time commitment. The application Is done prior to adopting, so the family understands the seriousness and responsibilities of ownership. We have applications available at 2840 W Chandler Blvd. (At Petsmart, in the Lowes shopping center). It is located at the 101 and chandler blvd. OR, you can go to our website and get one, then email back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org OR, hand deliver it to us on Saturdays at our Donation Table we have set up, right of the front door of Petsmart. Volunteers run the table every Saturday from 10am-2pm. They will make sure it gets to the correct Dept. Many Thanks! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We are a 501c3 non profit Rescue. R.A.I.N. Rescue (Rescuing Animals in Need). ** ALL OF OUR PETS ARE: micro-chipped, (cats are feline Leukemia tested), up to date on immunization shots, spayed/neutered and dogs are current on Rabies shot.. The dogs/puppies are taken off the website with in 48 hrs of being adopted, SO if you see one that interests you, plz fill out an application. IN THE EVENT you do not get the dog or cat that you are applying for, your application will stay on file for 3 months. If you find another pet with RAIN Rescue that you are interested in, (within the 3 month period), just call or email us and tell us the name of the pet and that you have previously filled out a consultation form, and which one you are currently interested in. We will pull your application for the specific dog. ** Just a reminder: we are all volunteers...we all have jobs outside from our volunteer job at the Rescue. We are sorry that we will not make a special time and place to meet you without a consultation application done up. We are able to weed through many applications with out taking too much time. Meeting up prior to an application being done has been found to be unproductive, taking much time for all the volunteers involved, and YOUR time too! CAT QUESTIONS: TEXT: 480-250-4215 DOG QUESTIONS: CALL 480-628-5058 TO LEAVE A MESSAGE ONLY/checked ONCE a week: Call 480-272-6650 OR EMAIL: email@example.com (for dogs and cats) Cat and Kitten Adoption fees: (unless mentioned differently in the above description) 6 weeks - 6 months old = $110.00 6 months - 1 yr. old = $75.00 1+ yrs. = $60.00 (Less)
Maricopa County Chandler, AZ 85224 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-01-19-00316Scruffy (male)|
Scruffy is approximately one year old. He is shy at first but comes around quickly. Potty trained. He seems to be okay with cats good with other dogs and has met but may prefer to be the only dog. He's going to need a quieter home without a lot of people coming and going and no small children. With a little bit of training he's going to be a great boy and has tremendous potential to be a good family member.
Maricopa County Higley, AZ 85236 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-01-14-00091Scruffy (male)|
This guy is such a cutie! A real lover! Rescued from the euthanization list at County...this sweetie will steal your heart. He is leash trained, house broken, crate trained and great with people...all dogs and cats. Scruffy is neutered, shots and microchipped. His adoption fee is $200 please fill out adoption application at peeweespals.org and one of our passionate volunteers will be in touch with you ASAP. You can also call Anne at 602-721-3497 if you have any questions.
Pee Wee's Pals Animal Rescue
3018 North 16th Street
Maricopa County Phoenix, AZ 85016 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-02-00155Gunther (male)|
Handsome Gunther is a six year old Miniature Schnauzer. He spent his first years in a kennel but has adapted well to life on the outside enjoying human companionship and the company of other friendly dogs. Gunther has lost his front teeth because of chewing on the bars of the kennel because of boredom. This sweet boy is an unusual liver (chocolate) color, which is an older Schnauzer color that is being brought back into the breed. Gunther had to be shaved down when we he came to us but will grow out to be quite beautiful. To meet Gunther or any of the RUFF Rescue Tucson pups, please call Donna@(520)490-0401 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application. (Less)
RUFF Rescue Tucson, Inc.
8987 E. Tanque Verde Rd., #309-319
Pima County Tucson, AZ 85749 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Schnauzer in Arizona|
Schnauzer Dogs can make good pets in Arizona 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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