Metro Animal Services caught me first and Quentin ran off. However, I knew that Quentin wouldn’t go far because he loves me so much. I was right. The lady from Metro Animal Services had barely driven off with me when she got a call that Quentin was back looking for me. She came and caught Quentin and we were taken off to the pound! It was not a fun place to be.
Fortunately, the workers at Metro Animal Services have worked with Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati/Florida before and knew exactly who to contact.
Both Quentin and I are Schnauzer mixes. We are up to date on our shots, heart worm negative and neutered. We are around two years old and weigh about 16 pounds each and we are apparently easily scooped up in one arm whenever my foster mom wants to scoop us up! We live in Louisville, Kentucky with lots of other Schnauzer/Schnauzer mixes.
However, my foster mom says that we are all Schnauzer in our hearts. She says it is because we have the Schnauzer personality, playful and fun loving. And we do so love to play and run around the back yard! We get along great with her other Schnauzers and love to play with them too! However, Quentin and I have been through so much together that we really love to play with each other. We are house trained and crate trained. We so desperately need a fur-ever home to grow into.
Note from foster mom – These two are truly bonded to one another. Adoption together would be preferable for both of these little guys. They are truly two of the sweetest animals I have ever fostered. Carter is the more vocal of the two with Quentin rarely making any noise.
There is not a mean bone in their bodies. I have had no issues with any aggression from these guys and they make friends with all the dogs and their owners in our neighborhood. They are still mostly puppy and have the puppy energy. However they are smart and easily trained.
Fostered by Liz in Louisville KY Adoption fees are $300
If you are interested in QUENTIN and CARTER, please go to our web site (click below).
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