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SCHATZE
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Schatze's photo shoot debut. He was a cooperative little Schnauzer even though not fond of that camera staring at him. You have to imagine him having that beautiful long bearded mouth a trademark of all Schnauzers. He has a thick coat once its cared for properly, he will be a handsome guy. Furnishings had to be shaved to. Poor guy really was happy to lose those tangled mats next to his skin. What he temporarily lacks in fur he makes up for in personality. Schatze is happy, playful, peppy and a joy to have around. He has a funny playful silly attitude. He loves treats and dances. He's quite a talker if I encourage him. He gets along really well with canine friends. House Trained and sleeps on his pillow. He's crate trained but really haven't needed to crate him. Loves walks, car rides and just hanging out with his family. Perfect Health neutered, dental, blood panel, vaccinations, heartworm neg. Microchip. Schatze is approximately 6 years young and ready for a loving Forever Home.
SCHATZE IS LOCATED IN IOWA
Neutered
Rabies Vaccination
Bordatella
Distemper Vaccination
Heartworm Tested
On HW Preventative
Groomed
Micro Chipped
MARIO & LUIGI
A picture was emailed of two little boys that were picked up on a very cold and icy evening. They were abandoned in a rural area known for dumping dogs. No houses for miles. No protection from the cold. No food to be found. There were two frontal pictures taken by the Ohio Dog Pound and the one looked like he could be a Wire Fox Terrier. I would be happy to send you more pictures said the Warden . . . which never came. Want to pull them. Can you send me some more pictures please. Then their hold was up which meant their time was up. So do I play the game or not. I really wanted a little break from fosters before Christmas. They are young and someone was very cruel to these little boys. So on Friday November 30th Marianna went to the Dog Pound and picked up the little boys and drove to meet Mike from Indy and then Mike on up 65 to meet Maribeth at one of our rescue stops. The boys got comfy on warm blankets and beds and it was on up to Chicago. They were so scared both had frost bitten feet, loaded with fleas and had not had food in such a long time. They did not have a nice beginning and someone was also mean and heartless to them.
Here are Mario and Luigi. They were estimated at 1 year old but probably more like 9 months old. Both boys weigh 19 pounds. Mario is the little cream fellow and he looks just like a little lamb. In fact I am calling him Lamby and he responds by giving me a tail wag now. I could cuddle and snuggle this darling boy all day. Initially I was thinking terrier/poodle but the more I look at Mario the more I see Bedlington Terrier. His fur was cut short but he has that body shape with the rounded back, the doe eyes and nose. He is so adorable. Luigi is black and white and has a very coarse wiry coat that is gorgeous. He has a squarer face and loves to be petted. I have no idea on his breed other than perhaps terrier mix. He is more outgoing and independent than Mario. Both boys went to Midwest Animal Hospital and were neutered, wormed, received all their vaccinations, canine influenza vaccination, Heartworm Test, Blood Work, Fecal Check and Micro Chipping. Mario also had an umbilical hernia repaired, a baby fang pulled that did not come out and on ear meds for an infection. Poor little fella has a cut on his nose that is healing. Both are super sweet and love other dogs and being with them. Phoebe Welsh even likes them and let them sniff all over her head. They like to cuddle in big round donut beds with furry blankets and really love to be in a house where it is warm, safe and they are getting food to eat. Lucky will be the home that adopts these two very cute and loving boys.
Lamby (Mario) and Luigi were on the move again. Another long day for these two little boys but it's what happens in Rescue and part of the behind the scenes that has to happen. They made their trip out to Iowa to stay with Cheryl. I am going to miss them very much. This is being done to accommodate the arrival of Tilly on Friday as I will need my double gated side of the house to keep her and Freckles, Zazoo, Fabio and Phoebe apart. Does Cheryl need more dogs in Iowa - not really she is pretty full. There is so much work and sacrifice that goes into Rescue that no one hears or sees or experiences. The boys are settling in out in Iowa and have made many new friends. Lamby especially took to Sky the Irish Terrier. They are starting to play and do play bows and go outside with the other dogs and run in and out. They got to bring their big donut bed with them and sure like snuggling in it together. Little Luigi needs to put on some weight as he is painfull thin with all his bones protruding. Lamby needs to gain some confidence
MARIO & LUIGI ARE LOCATED IN IOWA
Neutered
Rabies Vaccination
Bordatella
Distemper Vaccination
Heartworm Tested
On HW Preventative
On Flea & Tick
Fecal Checked
Blood Work
Canine Influenza Vacc.
Ears Cleaned
             Cytology
              Micro Chipped
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