Giant Schnauzer Rescue NW updated their info in the about section.
501(c) (3) organization affiliated with HTZ Giant Schnauzer Rescue. Rescues Giant Schnauzers, fosters them and finds them appropriate and desirable homes.
Giant Schnauzer Rescue NW, was affiliated with Miniature Schnauzer Rescue NW, but is not longer associated with that organization.
Giant Schnauzer Rescue NW updated their info in the about section.
After 11 wks. in my foster care, these two rescued Skansen females, Tess & Heidi, went to their "furever" homes Nov. 18. They were excellent guests & enjoyed being part of my family for this short time. Thank you, Hertha Meyer from HT-Z Giant Schnauzer Rescue, for all that you do!! ❤️
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Meet REECE! Reece is a gorgeous, healthy 5.5 y.o. N M & will be a once-in-lifetime companion for the right person or family. He weighs around 80#.
Reece had a rough start & was kept in a crate for long periods of time. He is great in the house, calm, neat & relatively quiet but will bark at visitors & will whine if confined or separated. He is super trainable, & great on a leash & only pulls for a block or so until he settles in. However, you will need some strength to restrain him when he sees something strange or interesting. Reece needs a strong, confident leader who can guide him w/o the use of harsh training techniques.
Reece hasn't had much contact with other dogs & cannot be trusted unsupervised with other dogs.
Reece is being fostered in Portland, OR. For more info., see Petfinder.com He is being offered for adoption in the NW by Valley of the Sun Giant Schnauzer Rescue. See www.vsgiantschnauzerrescue.org for an Adoption Application.
501(c) (3) organization affiliated with MSRNW, rescues Giant Schnauzers, fosters them and finds them appropriate and desirable homes.
Giant Schnauzer Rescue is now affiliated with Valley of the Sun & HTZ Giant Schnauzer Rescues. (Mar., 2019)
Creepy, 1 y.o., M Giant Schnauzer, will be going to his "furever" home on Friday.
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BEAR has been adopted.He went to his "furever" in LaGrande, OR, yesterday. We are so happy for BEAR & his new family!!!
Creepy, 1 y.o. NM GS, is still available for adoption as is Bear, 9 y.o. NM.
These Giants are in their "furever" homes; they were adopted in Dec., 2018.
Bear is sporting his "Adopt Me" vest in hopes of finding a furever home. If you are interested email [email protected] for a GS Application.
November, 2018: There are 3 Giant Schnauzers in foster care that are in need of a forever home. Coach, 9 mo.old NM, black, natural ears. Creepy, 1 y.o., NM, black, natural ears. And Bear, 9 y.o., NM, black, cropped ears. All 3 Giants are typical of the breed & from reliable breeders. See their descriptions in the Giant Schnauzer Rescue NW pages.
Sadie (formerly Xena)
Bear, a 9 y.o., N M, Giant Schnauzer, is still looking for his "furever" home. He is a gentle giant & in excellent health. Bear has been very well trained & can even pull a cart. He would make a mellow & loving companion to an elderly couple. See more photos & more details on this GSRNW page. Adoption fee is $200.
Meet COACH, an 8 mo. old, N M , black Giant Schnauzer, about 75#. He was surrendered because he fought with the other dogs at his previous home. He has also fought with the other NM 1 y.o. GS at the foster home in Wilsonville, OR. Because of this, Coach should be the only dog in the family.
Coach is friendly to people. He needs a lot of socialization & training from an experience GS owner. He is current on all vaccinations.
Contact Mary McCann [email protected] for an application.
Introducing "CREEPY" (born 10/12/17) 1 y.o. N M Black Purebred GS, weighing 78#. Current on all vaccines. Creepy is very exuberant & energetic. Knows "sit". He's playful with other dogs; chases cats. He's not aggressive to children but will jump on them. He will bark at strangers, but calms down. Creepy's bad habits are barking,whining, jumping up, & he has severe separation anxiety. He also doesn't like to be groomed.
Creepy needs a very strong "alpha" to provide obedience training.
If you are interested email [email protected] for an Adoption Application.
Bear Is healing after being neutered. He is looking for a "furever" home. He is 9 y.o., but he is excellent health. He needs to have an owner/s who have Giant Schnauzer experience. He is 104#, can pull a cart, loves to swim, etc. See photos in previous posts. Very sweet GS!! Adoption fee is $200.
Bear is still looking for his "forever" home, although he is letting his hair grow for his Halloween costume -a horse! For more information on Bear, see Sept. 7, 2018, Giant Schnauzer Rescue NW page.
Meet "BEAR" (DOB June 5, 2009) male AKC Giant Schnauzer that was owner surrendered. This current family has had him since July, 2017, but he is not working out with the other male in his home.
Bear is not neutered (this will need to be done). He is good with larger female dogs, no cats or small animals, crate trained, loves to go out in public, loves the water, good with teenage kids (not sure if he will tolerate young kids for a long period of time). He is a cuddlier, does well being groomed & loves carting. Bear is current on all his shots.
Looking for a retired home in Washington or Oregon with GS experience as he has separation anxiety. Presently being fostered in Oregon City.
Email [email protected] for an Adoption Application.
Bear was neutered 10-4-2018. He is looking fr a home.
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GSRNW is facilitating a family, with health issues, in the Portland, OR area, to rehome their 4 yr. old spayed F Giant. Basil is 90 lbs. & all black. She is afraid of people first, but can warm up to you. She could probably use some confidence training. She doesn't like cats & is too big & strong for children. She rides well in a car. Basil is current on all her shots & bloodwork.
Basil does have a thyroid condition. She needs to take her thyroid medication (1 tablet every 12 hrs. @$29.50 for 90 tablets). She will need to have blood work done periodically to test her thyroid. Owners DO NOT want any $ for a rehoming fee, just the best possible home with love, a fenced-in backyard & frequent walks.
Please email Mary @[email protected] for a Giant Schnauzer Adoption Application. You must have had Giant Schnauzer experience to apply. Thank you.
Jetta is a 6 y.o. black, SF,Giant Schnauzer who is looking for her "furever" home. She is current on all shots. She reacts positively to adults, children & other dogs, but not to cats. She plays with ropes, bones & stuff toys, and likes to bury bones. She knows many commands & walks well on a leash.
Jetta is being fostered in the Portland, OR, area.
If you are interested in adopting Jetta, please send me an email telling me some of your prior experiences of Giants & I will send you an Adoption Request Application.
Milo, the 5 y.o. Standard Schnauzer, has been adopted!
Sorry, everyone! But the 2 dogs that I picked up today & were surrendered as Standard Schnauuzers were not Standards, but very long haired & matted Miniature Schnauzers, on the tall side!
So i brought them home & spent time grooming & bathing them. And now they are the sweet Minis they were all along underneath all that hair!! Pictures will folllow.
Love that Bella!!!
Bella went to her "forever" home today! She is immensely happy with her new family. She has practiced many socialization skills & behavioral skills in the 17 days she spent in her foster home with 2 "seasoned" Giants.
Meet BELLA! Bella is almost 4 y.o., a S F G8iant Schnauzer weighing 102 lbs. Bella was surrendered to GSRNW because of the owner's illness. She is up to date on all her shots.
Bella is in need of a foster or adoptive home that can give her all that she missed i8n her past 3 years, including socialization with people, the outside & cars, obedience & leash training, and plenty of walks & exercise each day.
Bella is presently being fostered in Wilsonville, OR. GSRNW is looking for a physically strong, dominant ALPHA person knowledgeable in the Giant Schnauzer breed that would be willing to train & work with Bella as a foster parent or adoptive parent.
If you are interested please email [email protected].
9 mo. old, F, Pepper & Salt Giant Schnauzer is now in foster care. She has natural ears & a cropped tail. She has had all her vaccinations. She is appropriate with other dogs, has no aggression. She loves her toys & is full of energy. She will need training. Will be available for adoption. Go to www.msrnorthwest.org & fill out an Adoption Application.
Looking for 2 Giant Schnauzer-foster homes, one in the Sequim, WA, area & another in the Tacoma, WA, area. Both Giants are young females. Applicants must have Giant Schnauzer experience. Please send me an email
[email protected] I will send you a Foster Application.
Can someone help these Giants in the Midwest?
SOS! 3 Giant Schnauzers need a new home int he next 24 to 48 hours or they will end up at a shelter! Person being evicted! If you can help or would like to adopt, email [email protected] or call 773 907 0305! Please share!
Giant Schnauzer Rescue NW is also looking for appropriate foster homes for rescued Giant Schnauzers. You must have had previous Standard &/or Giant Schnauzer experience because they can be difficult. And there can be no children under 7 years of age living in the home. For an foster application, email [email protected]
These are just some of the rescued Giant & Standard Schnauzers that have been adopted over the past several years. All are enjoying their "forever" homes!!!
Soon Giant Schnauzer Rescue NW will be working with Miniature Schnauzer Rescue, msrnorthwest.org, as one 501(c)(3), tax-exempt, non-profit organization serving all Schnauzer Breeds in the Pacific Northwest. If you are interested in volunteering for Schnauzer Rescue NW, especially in fostering, but also in transporting, making home checks, grooming, etc., please email [email protected] with your name, phone nos., address, & your interest. We are looking for people all over OR & WA. Thank you!
Grady would really like to be in a family of his own where other Giants aren't around to bother him. There are 3 dogs in his foster home who share the attention of just one person. He likes his one mile walk, his brushing time & petting time. The more time devoted to him, he thinks, the better! Grady is looking for a home with no stairs because as he gets older, he may not be able to climb up & down stairs. He is approaching 11.5 y.o. and he's been in foster care now for 10 mos. Is there anyone out there, that would like to adopt a senior dog? Please email [email protected]
Grady is in need of a foster home. Grady is 11.5 yo, N M Lab/Giant Mix.. He was surrendered to GSRNW in July, 2015, when his owner passed away. I have been fostering him for 8 mos., but cannot continue. Grady has Larengeal Paralysis which makes it hard for him to breathe, but surgery for him is not an option. He does have some arthritis, so stairs are not good for him. He doesn't take any medication.
Grady does well w/o the stimulation of my 2 Giants. He sleeps a lot, likes to eat, knows where to go "potty" outside. He likes people, & other dogs, & curious about cats. He weighs about 80#. He could benefit by someone who can walk him short distances & monitor him for possible aspirations, which is a side affect of his breathing problem. Grady is a very sweet dog.
If interested, please email: [email protected]
8495 SW Metolius Ln
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