Other Small Breeds
Available for Adoptions
4 lbs (should be 5)
10 months old
is a typical puppy. She loves to play, run around, throw her toys in the air,
and all around have a good time. She loves other dogs, gets along well
with cats and enjoys meeting people. She is quiet, very outgoing and a
good snuggler! She is Alert,
Friendly, Intelligent, Playful, Spirited and Curious. She had a flea
infestation and was very underweight when we took her into rescue. She is
healthy now, flea free and gaining weight. She currently only weighs 4
lbs., but should be 5 to 6 lbs. at a normal weight. She has long
legs and is a good couch jumper!
Fostered in Bellingham, WA email Angi for application
Benji and Broxter
Males/neutered/all medical current
2 years old
16 and 21 lbs
Schnauzer Lovers!!!!!! The best two Schnauzers ever are available for adoption.
Before we go any further though we want to settle something right now. If our
mother hadn’t lectured us on never gambling, we’d bet you a million dollars
that you don’t know how one of us got named Broxter. Well, it’s like this.
Our first owners said “Let’s name him Baxter.” We woofed back “No, that
sounds like one of us is a butler.” Then the owners said “Let’s name him
Boxer.” We woofed back, “No, not unless you want to get into a boxing match
with us.” Then it was “Let’s name him Bro.” Oh my gosh, we didn’t
think it would ever end so there was a compromise of combining all into Broxter.
Lucky Benji got a name that was acceptable from the get go.
ON TO THE REALLY IMPORTANT POINTS. There are no negatives about either of us.
been to the vet and were declared perfectly healthy and everything is updated.
went to the groomers and were praised for just wagging our tails constantly. The
groomer was so impressed as we met a little girl pug and got along beautifully.
I think they would say we are well socialized. Oh, by the way. Most Schnauzers
have their tails docked, poor things. Ours never were so they just wag all the
better and then flow over our backs
to make a grand appearance.
are housebroken and that’s always a questions that’s asked.
are quiet all night long, either sleeping in a pen or together in one large
crate. We’d probably adjust to sleeping on a human’s bed but honestly, why
lose your bed space if we’re happy in a pen or large crate?
love squeaky toys and treats.
are so very intelligent and are willing to learn. How about considering some
formal training and being very active with us every day? We’ll all be in prime
health for a very long time doing that. Plus, we’re Schnauzers and like to be
are bonded and both of us love sitting with humans. Have room on your couch for
will need a fenced yard whenever we go out. Some silly woman said that we remind
her of a chariot race, how the horses are side by side running at full speed
around the fenced yard. Actually, that’s not a silly comment at all because
it’s true. If we weren’t running so fast that we make a blur you’d
probably see us smiling because the faster we run
the happier we are.
been around children and do very well but Furbaby Rescue would prefer that any
children in the household be 8 years or older. We’d never hurt a child but as
active and fast as we are we’d feel terrible if we accidentally knocked over a
that’s it unless you want to ask more questions. We’re as good as any
Schnauzer gets and if you aren’t already a Schnauzer fan, you’ll quickly
become one if you adopt us. Read up on the breed and see what you think or talk
to our foster moms.
Fostered in Custer, WA email Furbaby Rescue for application.
10 years old
Max is an active, intelligent, and loving Schnauzer.
He is used to being with his person at night and during the day. He is used to having access to a back yard. He is the greatest car companion. He loves being in the car and is silent and alert to all of the stimulation going on around him.
He is not an alpha dog but we have learned that when an alpha dog goes after him, he sticks up for himself, so we would like to put him in an only dog home or a home without other Schnauzers.
He is with a diverse group of dogs in his foster home and since no one has ever picked on him we have not seen any kind of aggressive behavior from him. It’s only because he’s been on two meet and greets where we have seen this that makes us feel he should not be with another Schnauzer unless it is a very sweet and kind one.
Max loves his meals, loves his treats, enjoys walks and is a great companion. Like many Schnauzers, he does “alert” when “danger” is near but he quiets with a voice command.
Max had one tiny bladder stone and rather than take a chance that this was an anomaly we would like to keep him on a diet to manage his Ph levels.
He has been thoroughly vetted including X rays of his body, a dental with dental X rays, and comes with records of his full senior wellness panel.
Max is fostered in Olympia, WA.
Email Furbaby Rescue for application.
2 years old
Darby had a rough start in life but his fortune became much brighter once he
made his way into rescue! He and several other dogs had been living out in
a filthy shed and the man in charge of their care was negligent and abusive to
them in so many ways. Along with being dangerously under weight, it was
found his blood work was not spot on before we performed his neuter. Upon
these findings we did all of the diagnostics/tests necessary and treated him for
an infection until his values returned to normal. Darby has gained the
weight were he should be and is now healthy are ready to go out into his new
home. He is a very shy guy and would benefit from having another dog
of similar size in his new life to help him continue to build self confidence.
Taking him to class for socializing and exposure may also be helpful to help him
in his new life. He does prefer his foster mom and bonded very quickly to
her and he will need a little more time and patience to help him learn to trust
men again. That will come with positive experiences we would hope.
It was not his fault what happened to him.
that has met Darby comments on how super sweet he is considering his past
background. He's just still a bit unsure of himself. Currently he is
learning to walk on a leash so a fenced yard would be best for him at this time.
His beautiful spirit becomes quite evident as he zooms around the yard at
warp speed and his old life for the moment is forgotten. This is his
new world!!! He is truly enjoying his new freedom and fortunate jail
break from that horrible prison he was living in. We are so proud of
the progress he has made during his stay in foster care.
is a love and just needs to learn to trust again and learn about the world
around him. He gets along great with dogs similar in size as well.
Once he bonds with his new owner he will be a snuggle bug for life!
Need a lap ornament? This just might be your little man if you are
willing to have a little patience with him while he learns the world is a much
better place than where he was!
Fostered in Sedro Woolley, WA email Sandra for application
10 years old
out there!!!! Is anyone reading the write ups? Yes??? Oh good, so I can
share that I’m looking for a wonderful new life with a very special person or
two and you’ll take time to see if you’re interested in me?
see how many questions you can answer “yes” to and we’ll go from
you understand how it is to love food so much that you have to really exercise
will power to maintain good health? Can you help me do that?
you happen to go for walks and would you be willing to take me and let me
explore and sniff around? I’d do the same for you, not that you’d want to
sniff around. *wink*
you like to see me “dance” for cookies? Yes? Oh, I forgot, food
control. Well, we can handle that, right?
you have a cat in residence? Hmmmmm - I’ve tried to play with cats but most of
them just run and then I can eat their food. How is it I keep returning to the
subject of food? *burp*
you like me to bark just enough to alert you to prowlers or strangers and then I
will be quiet? Done deal!
you happen to have an RV so we could go south for the winter or at least do some
traveling together? I can already see myself looking out the windows as we
travel along. But if you don’t have an RV, car rides would be just fine.
much for the questions. Now the facts, plain and simple. I like belly rubs, raw
bones and raw vegetables. Bet you never thought you’d hear that from a dog! I
like sleeping on the bed with my human. While I’ve gotten along with the
foster dogs that come and go in this foster house, I’m really saying my doggy
prayers that I might be able to be an only dog for the rest of my life. Probably
my only negative is I get nervous when people reach for my head. It’s a thing
in my past but at the same time most dog trainers teach humans that there’s a
better way to reach for a dog to pet them than going straight for the head so I
think I’m normal. Yup, I’m more normal than most dogs. One last thing, My
foster mom has worked hard to find the perfect diet for me to protect me from
bladder stones. That is so awesome of her because I feel GREAT! I’m good to go
for another decade. Care to join me?
Fostered in Bellingham, WA email Sandra for application
I will never know the loneliness I hear in the barks of the other dogs 'out
I can sleep soundly, assured that when I wake my world will not have changed.
I will never know hunger, or the fear of not knowing if I'll eat.
I will not shiver in the cold, or grow weary from the heat.
I will feel the sun's heat, and the rain's coolness,
and be allowed to smell all that can reach my nose.
My fur will shine, and never be dirty or matted.
Here in this house...
There will be an effort to communicate with me on my level.
I will be talked to and, even if I don't understand,
I can enjoy the warmth of the words.
I will be given a name so that I may know who I am among many.
My name will be used in joy, and I will love the sound of it!
Here in this house...
I will never be a substitute for anything I am not.
I will never be used to improve peoples' images of themselves.
I will be loved because I am who I am, not someone's idea of who I should
I will never suffer for someone's anger, impatience, or stupidity.
I will be taught all the things I need to know to be loved by all.
If I do not learn my lessons well, they will look to my teacher for blame.
Here in this house...
I can trust arms that hold, hands that touch...
knowing that, no matter what they do, they do it for the good of me;
If I am ill, I will be doctored.
If scared, I will be calmed.
If sad, I will be cheered.
No matter what I look like, I will be considered beautiful and thought to be
I will never be cast out because I am too old, too ill, too unruly, or not
My life is a responsibility, and not an afterthought.
I will learn that humans can almost, sometimes, be as kind and as fair as
Here in this house...
I will belong.*
* I will be home. *
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