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Age: 5 or 6 years.
Breed: Miniature Schnauzer.
Shots Up to Date: Yes.
Good with Dogs? Yes.
Good with Cats? Unknown.
Good with Kids? No.
Adoption Fee: $450.
Denny was rescued from a high-kill shelter in CA by the California Miniature Schnauzer Rescue (CMSR). He and many other dogs had been taken to this shelter after being seized from a hoarder situation. CMSR is so full they asked for our help in finding Denny a new home. Denny was a hairy mess with skin problems when they got him, but medicated baths, good food, lots of love, and skilled grooming have brought him around to be the gorgeous boy he is now. The shelter estimated his age at 7 but we think he is more likely 5 or 6 years old. The shelter also said Denny was snappy but he has been good with CMSR and allowed them to groom him. Denny gets along well with other dogs. He has trouble hearing sometimes and he snaps at people who come up behind him and startle him but he has never bitten anyone since CMSR got him (or anyone before, to their knowledge). Despite this, he seems to be generally in good health, and has had a dental done. Denny needs to go to a home with no children and only experienced adopters who have the patience and will take the time to work with him. Denny is ready to find a forever home!
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