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My name is Queen - Courtesy Post!
I'm being cared for by
Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Interview

4.

Home Check

5.

Approve Application

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Interview

4.

Home Check

5.

Approve Application

6.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Large)
Color
Black - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 85 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID
2022-06-16

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Courtesy Post

Meet Queen, a 3 year old gentle giant weighing approximately 85 pounds. This beautiful girl was rescued after being dumped on the side of a busy highway. Lucky for her, Some really kind people came along and got her to safety.
This lovely girl is doing very well in her foster home, but would love a forever home of her own. She deserves to be the Queen Bee she’s always meant to be!
Queen is a fantastic watch dog and alerts us when someone is outside, even when our other dog has no clue. She loves human companionship, and wants to be next to you at all times.
Queen is just a big ‘ol cuddle bug!
She will follow you around the house with a ball in her mouth, looking like she is going to swallow it because her mouth is so big. Lol!
Queen is a big strong girl and needs physical exercise. She is getting better about walking on a leash, but would also like to run around in a big yard. Sun bathing is a favorite and scratching her back by rolling around in the grass is a funny sight. She is crate trained and can be trusted in the house. She is utd on vaccines and had a recent spa day.
If this sweet girl sounds like a perfect fit for your family, please fill out the application below.

The application will be sent to (SRC) and forwarded to Queen’s foster mom. We are posting as a courtesy. All information for this post was obtained from Queen’s foster mom.

Gets along with other dogs? Yes
Gets along with cats? Unknown, but does not seem to be concerned about them when they are in the vicinity.
Gets along with other pets? Unknown
Suitable for kids? Yes
If so – what age? Older
Leash trained? No
Crate trained? Yes
Housebroke? Yes
Spayed or neutered? Yes
Fenced yard Required? Perferred

If you are interested in Queen please go to our web site (click below).

Once there - Follow the instructions


SRC #2022-06-16
Courtesy Post

Meet Queen, a 3 year old gentle giant weighing approximately 85 pounds. This beautiful girl was rescued after being dumped on the side of a busy highway. Lucky for her, Some really kind people came along and got her to safety.
This lovely girl is doing very well in her foster home, but would love a forever home of her own. She deserves to be the Queen Bee she’s always meant to be!
Queen is a fantastic watch dog and alerts us when someone is outside, even when our other dog has no clue. She loves human companionship, and wants to be next to you at all times.
Queen is just a big ‘ol cuddle bug!
She will follow you around the house with a ball in her mouth, looking like she is going to swallow it because her mouth is so big. Lol!
Queen is a big strong girl and needs physical exercise. She is getting better about walking on a leash, but would also like to run around in a big yard. Sun bathing is a favorite and scratching her back by rolling around in the grass is a funny sight. She is crate trained and can be trusted in the house. She is utd on vaccines and had a recent spa day.
If this sweet girl sounds like a perfect fit for your family, please fill out the application below.

The application will be sent to (SRC) and forwarded to Queen’s foster mom. We are posting as a courtesy. All information for this post was obtained from Queen’s foster mom.

Gets along with other dogs? Yes
Gets along with cats? Unknown, but does not seem to be concerned about them when they are in the vicinity.
Gets along with other pets? Unknown
Suitable for kids? Yes
If so – what age? Older
Leash trained? No
Crate trained? Yes
Housebroke? Yes
Spayed or neutered? Yes
Fenced yard Required? Perferred

If you are interested in Queen please go to our web site (click below).

Once there - Follow the instructions


SRC #2022-06-16
Rescue

Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati

Contact info
Pet ID
2022-06-16
Contact
Phone
Address
Sharonville, OH 45342

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Required, We are an all volunteer organization, please allow 5-10 days for a response.

2.

Meet the Pet

At any point in the process, the potential adopter, and Foster my agree on a meeting. This may not occur until later in the process.

3.

Interview

Required Interview with Adopter, Adopter References, and Vet.

4.

Home Check

Required, Personal Interview, and confirm home is safe for the dog.

5.

Approve Application

Potential Adopter will receive a communication to confirm approval and any additional information.

6.

Take the Pet Home

At this point, payment of fee, and signed Adopter Agreement is required.

Additional adoption info

Our fees are listed with the pet bios. These fees are utilized for the SRC Medical Fund. Prior to completion of the adoption process, we require a check of references, including a Vet check, and a home visit. We encourage communication with the foster home so that questions can be answered.
Our fees are listed with the pet bios. These fees are utilized for the SRC Medical Fund. Prior to completion of the adoption process, we require a check of references, including a Vet check, and a home visit. We encourage communication with the foster home so that questions can be answered.

Go meet their pets

Adoptable pets are also listed on the website and Petfinders
Adoptable pets are also listed on the website and Petfinders

More about this rescue

SRC was established in 2004 with the mission of rescuing mini-Schnauzers and Schnauzer mixes. This includes all without limiting for age or medical condition. Our motto is "No schnauzer left behind". Our volunteers are committed and through much effort including, fostering have managed to place over 1,600 dogs since the inception of SRC.
SRC was established in 2004 with the mission of rescuing mini-Schnauzers and Schnauzer mixes. This includes all without limiting for age or medical condition. Our motto is "No schnauzer left behind". Our volunteers are committed and through much effort including, fostering have managed to place over 1,600 dogs since the inception of SRC.