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Young Male Available for Adoption in Charleston, SC
Mon Jul 11, 2011 13:29
98.91.45.237

I found out about the schnauzer.org board through Schnauzer Rescue of the Carolinas, and I am looking for a permanent and stable home for a young miniature schnauzer named Simon. Simon lives near Charleston, SC.

Simon is a young male that is salt and pepper with natural ears and a natural tail that is always wagging.

Simon came to me three months ago from a family that adopted him in December 2010. He was a Christmas gift for the owner's children. Simon's former owner made him live outside attached to a runner cable. When Simon came home, he was on the skinny side, but now he weighs 17 pounds. Simon has sensitive skin and needs a grain free diet. He recently switched from Blue Buffalo to Fromm Family. Simon's skin is much better, and he likes the new diet so much he turns flips for it.

Having been uprooted at least twice, Simon tends to be a bit nervous, but he is eager to please, playful, affectionate, and very inquisitive. I would not recommend a home with small children for Simon because he does not like it when you touch his tail or his feet and he will let you know with a little growl. Otherwise, Simon loves to cuddle and wants to be held constantly.

Simon is young and lively and we believe he is between 2-3 years old. Simon walks well on a leash, enjoys car rides and gets along with my cats. He is still learning to socialize with my senior basset hound because they are both dominant males. Simon knows "sit", "stay", and "down".

Simon is crate trained and will choose to nap in the crate during the day but prefers to sleep in the human bed at night. Simon has free roam of the house and he does not have accidents as long as he is kept on a consistent bathroom schedule.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at ac.wsp.2010@gmail.com. I will send pictures upon request!

    • Might want to post this on other page tooJulie, Thu Jul 14 07:37
      This is a great post, with lots of relevant detail. However, this is posted in the "Chat Area" of the Schnauzer Rescue Board. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page you'll see the link to the... more
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