“How many times can one heart break? It was never supposed to be this way. Look in the mirror, but you find someone you never thought you’d be. It’s no the end; No, this is where love’s work begins.” A good girl without a forever home. I would have never guessed that. This isn’t the way it’s supposed to be! I’m Miss Quinn and I’m a female, salt & pepper Miniature Schnauzer with natural ears and a natural tail. I’m about eighteen months old and I weigh about twenty-one pounds. I was found traveling around with my good pal, Toby. What a nice guy. We took care of each other. I’m very quiet and, despite my young age, very easy-going. I’m quiet, especially when compared to the typical Schnauzer scale! Barking…it’s just unneeded noise! I love my human friends and, since I’m not timid or nervous in any way, I think I’m going to be perfect with kids! Kids like to play, right?!! I’ve been good around other dogs that I’ve met and have not had any issues. I love to play! I can be just food aggressive…just a bit…but I think I’m just getting used to always getting a meal! I’m leash trained and I do quite well when we go walking if I do say so myself! I’m also crate trained and I appear to be house trained – no accidents in my foster mom’s house yet! I’m quite comfortable as a house dog and I love sitting in your lap. My foster mom thinks I was once someone’s cherished pet. With all that going for me, I agree….right here, right now, this is where love begins! Please help! Medical Note: Miss Quinn has Megaesophagus. Usually this means the dog must be fed while sitting in an upright chair in order to keep food down. But Miss Quinn is doing well when being fed food that is extra mushy! Click the ‘Adopt’ tab, complete your adoption application and put me, Miss Quinn, as a dog of interest
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