This courtesy page is a service to help individuals in the L.A. area trying to place dogs into loving homes. Below are dogs looking for homes through private parties in the Los Angeles CA area. The dogs listed on this page are not affiliated with Miniature Schnauzers & Friends Rescue and are not under our care. We bear no responsibility for any adoptions or contacts made from this page's usage. To obtain more information about any of these dog below, please use the contact information provided with each dog's description. All dogs must be spayed/neutered prior to being listed on this page.
Private Party Adoptions!
Pinky and Brynn - 2 year old male schnoodle (Pinky) and 2 year old female (Brynn). Pinky and Brynn's owner can no longer take care of them due to a change in living situation. Pinky is good with other dogs but can be a bit skittish with new people. Pinky is only 15 pounds and in good health. Brynn is very friendly and loves everyone, humans and dogs alike! Byrnn is about 19 pounds and in good health. Both dogs are very bonded. Ideally would like to find a home together but can be separated if no other options. They are currently living in Burbank CA. If interested in adopting either of them or both of them, please conact Clark at email@example.com or call 626-363-3251.
Harper - 2 year old female Miniature Schnauzer. She has a high toy drive and loves to play. Good on leash and in the car in a car seat.
Loves to cuddle and be close to her person/people and will be your sidekick.Spayed. UTD with vaccines, microchipped, vetted.Low shed, but not no shed. She can be a barker (Schnauzer/Terrier) you know! Crate trained and potty trained
If you love agility training she is your girl! This isn't a requirement however! She can be reactive to certain triggers due to her past, so it takes her some time to trust.
Experienced, Confident, Compassionate, patient, owner who is willing to work through her insecurities and fears (she has been through enough bad times).
A family who believes that dogs are family and will provide her a forever loving home.
A house with a yard She doesn’t do well in a kennel environment, so she is not a good fit for a family who travels and kennels their dogs.oves walks and exploring. One other dog her size who is at most a couple years older is ideal.
A family who works from home, or not gone long hours (she doesn’t like being alone - She seems to do okay if another dog is there). A family who is serious about helping Harper become the best version of herself by understanding that behavior training to learn leadership, trust, and confidence is a must.
NOT A GOOD FIT FOR HARPER:
Kids of any age. Cats or small animals. Apartment living. Big dogs. First time dog owner. Impatient family. People unwilling to put in the work. Money has been raised to help offset the cost of Harper's behavior training with her forever family. We want to help set her up for success.
If interested in adopting Harper, please fill out their application at https://www.hbschnauzerrescue.com /adoption-form.You may also contact them via email at HBSchnauzerRescue@gmail.com.
Disclaimer: Miniature Schnauzers & Friends Rescue and its webmaster bear no responsibility for claims or damages arising from the use of these courtesy listings. It is offered as a free service to the community to help homeless dogs find loving homes. Information regarding adoptable dogs is provided by the caretakers of the dogs and is neither checked for accuracy or completeness nor guaranteed to be accurate or complete. The health status and behavior of any dogs found, adopted through, or listed on this page are the sole responsibility of the caretake listing the same and/or the adopting party, and by using this service, the adopting party releases Miniature Schnauzers & Friends Rescue from any and all liability arising out of or in any way connected with the adoption of a dog listed on this page.
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Last updated September 19, 2023
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