My name is Liliana!

Miniature Schnauzer/Dachshund Mix Puppy for adoption in Long Beach, California - Liliana
Photo 1 - Miniature Schnauzer/Dachshund Mix Puppy for adoption in Long Beach, California - Liliana
Photo 2 - Miniature Schnauzer/Dachshund Mix Puppy for adoption in Long Beach, California - Liliana
Photo 3 - Miniature Schnauzer/Dachshund Mix Puppy for adoption in Long Beach, California - Liliana
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I'm being cared for by:
Live Love Animal Rescue

Facts about Liliana

  • Breed: Miniature Schnauzer/Dachshund Mix
  • Color: Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & Pepper
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 11840470

Liliana has been blooming in foster care, just like her namesake flower!

This sweet puppy is coming out of her shell more every day. You can tell she needs to feel safe before she will become relaxed and playful, but we are seeing her true personality shine through. She is sweet tempered, bonds quickly with her human(s), and does well in the company of other dogs. While she is not fostered with children, she has interacted successfully with them before. She feels more secure with someone around most of the time, so a family with someone who works from home would be a great fit for her. Liliana is learning her leash manners, potty training, and basic obedience commands - she is still very young but is picking up on things quickly.

Visit for an adoption application.

About Live Love Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Live Love Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit organization that rescues homeless animals by providing them the necessary medical care, allowing for physical and emotional rehabilitation, finding them their perfect forever homes, and showering them with love throughout their journey with us.

Some of our rescue highlights from 2016: Bravey the chihuahua "braved" a house fire with second degree burns on her back and side. Bravey had multiple laser treatments to speed up her healing, months of bandage changes and antibiotics while the burns healed. She is now all better and adopted to her forever home. Raquel the Min Pin was severely neglected and surrendered during our #fosterthe4th event at Long Beach Animal Care Services. After months of getting her well again, she too has found a loving lifetime family! Buster the Terrier Mix was hours away from euthanization. His behavioral issues are fear based and very workable with rehabilitation. Buster is continuing his training programs thanks to the funds made available by our rescue and his committed foster mom. And these are just a few of the furry ones we've had the opportunity of helping heal.

None of what we do would be possible without our network of fabulous Foster Homes. Fosters provide the safe space and daily care for our rescue pets to heal. They are the link between homeless and unhealthy to healthy and adopted for the precious souls we take in. Fostering is truly the most important part of rescue. If you're interested in opening your home to a foster pet that fits with your pack, please email us

In addition to generous donations fro members of the community, Live Love Animal Rescue is also supported by our venture, Live Love Pet Care, where "With every pet care service you order, Live Love helps an animal in need." We are a social enterprise that believes in business for good, in allowing our clients to be our benefactors, and in evolving the seemingly separate pet care and animal rescue industries into one. "Live to Rescue. Love to Care.™"

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

1st Saturday of the month, 11 AM - 3 PM
Pet Food Express
4220 Long Beach Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90807

1st Sunday of the month, 12 PM - 4 PM
6500 E. Pacific Coast Hwy.
Long Beach, CA 90803

Last Sunday of the month, 12 PM - 4 PM
Pussy & Pooch
4818 E. 2nd St.
Long Beach, CA 90803

Our Adoption Process...

1. Adoption Application - visit to apply
2. Home Check
3. Adoption Agreement and Adoption Fee:
$300 for adult dogs (1-7 years)
$400 for puppies (under 1 year)
$200 for senior dogs (8 years or more)