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Special Needs Dogs

Special Needs Dogs

Please consider sponsoring a special needs dog! Contact Pat Miller at: pmiller0000@aim.com.

Please consider contributing to our medical fund. We have many senior (12 and older), diabetic, vision impaired, tripods, and one in a wheelchair. We don't turn a schnauzer in need down. Many of our special need schnauzers never get adopted, we care and love them in a foster homes for their natural lives. Thanks for donating to SRC/F. The pups below are just a few of the newest schnauzers in need.

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Special Needs Dogs of the Month!

Hi! My name is Sophie.

Sophie

Sophie was just brought in to our rescue! We are currently evaluating her, to see if we can repair the damage to her back legs. She is only one year old!


Please contribute!

Email Pat Miller at: pmiller0000@aim.com.

Monetary Donations can be sent to:
Pat Miller - Group Director
Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati/Florida
5811 Red Fox Drive
Winter Haven, FL 33884

Hi! My name is Buster.

Harvey

Welcome new boy Buster to Rescue. This boy is seven years old, and is Diabetic and blind. We are raising money for eye surgery. Plese help us give him a better life, and a forever home!


Please contribute!

Email Pat Miller at: pmiller0000@aim.com.

Monetary Donations can be sent to:
Pat Miller - Group Director
Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati/Florida
5811 Red Fox Drive
Winter Haven, FL 33884

Hi! My name is Misty.

MistyMisty

MistyMisty

This sweet girl was brought in today by Schnauzer Rescue. She was found tangled in a bob-wire horse fence thanks to a lady named Melissa. Facebook worked its Magic and she is now Safe!
We have named her Misty and she has already been to the vet and settled. She is thought to be 7yrs. She is blind in her left eye and can see shadows in her right. She is also deaf due to Reoccurring ear infections that have never been treated. Someone has failed miserably with her. She has now had all her shots, microchipped, flea bathed and treated. She can finally have a good nights sleep and on a full belly.
A huge thank you to the lady that I actually found her, and Karyn Elizabeth for contacting me and another huge Thank you to Kathi Kelley for meeting me and getting her in to the vet on such short notice!!!!!


Please contribute!

Email Pat Miller at: pmiller0000@aim.com.

Monetary Donations can be sent to:
Pat Miller - Group Director
Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati/Florida
5811 Red Fox Drive
Winter Haven, FL 33884

Hi! My name is Harvey.

HarveyHarvey

Welcome new boy Harvey to Rescue! This boy came in yesterday from an Ohio shelter, picked up as a stray. He is thought to have a broken pelvis and is set up to see medvet Tuesday. Until then he will be getting some much needed R&R and pain meds. We will post more on his medical needs as we learn them. Huge thank you to Steve Poturalski for finding this boy, pulling him, and transporting him in!


Please contribute!

Email Pat Miller at: pmiller0000@aim.com.

Monetary Donations can be sent to:
Pat Miller - Group Director
Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati/Florida
5811 Red Fox Drive
Winter Haven, FL 33884

Hi! My name is Bentley. I've been ADOPTED!

Bentley

For anyone not knowing his story, this is the 4.7lbs (full grown) 11 month old schnauzer in from Virginia. He had a fractured Ulna and radius from what we believe was falling off a bed. The family surrendered him, as they were going to put him down due to cost. 
But Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati took him in and gave him the medical care he needed! His medical expenses started at $4000.00!
We need YOUR help in making sure we can continue saving puppies like Bentley.
Please contribute!

Email Pat Miller at: pmiller0000@aim.com.

Monetary Donations can be sent to:
Pat Miller - Group Director
Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati/Florida
5811 Red Fox Drive
Winter Haven, FL 33884

 












 

Please consider contributing to our medical fund.