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Natalie Vic

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  1. Therapy Dog Wanted

    Thank you for taking the time to reply. It's not often that adult dogs become available and those that have come up have been interstate, so unable to meet and greet. I have informed those offering their dogs what situation the dog will go into. Hoping they understand the complexities and trusting they do, without us seeing the dog is a huge leap of faith and I'm a little nervous. I also don't want to upset the dog by having to return to original breeder/seller or rehoming. Any advice would be much appreciated. I have both spoken to and emailed Vic Schnauzer club.
  2. Therapy Dog Wanted

    A stable companion is what we'd dearly love, but if there are dogs that alert re seizures then that's a bonus.
  3. Therapy Dog Wanted

    Thanks Megan, yes I have.
  4. Therapy Dog Wanted

    Hello Mini Schnauzer lovers and breeders, I have been annoying many breeders lately as I'm desperately trying to locate a mature female mini as a therapy type dog for my family. My sister is 45 and intellectually disabled and lives at home full time with my retired parents. Her much adored mini passed away NYE last year aged 14. Mum and Dad were going to get her a puppy this year however my darling dad has just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and about to start chemo. A puppy would be too hectic for them. I met a lady at the dog park the other day who told me she met someone who has a schnauzer as a Medicaid dog for her epilepsy. My sister also has epilepsy. If there is anyone with some information that may be able to help me in like caring a bomb-proof beautiful and loving mature mini I would be most grateful. I hope someone can help. Thank you.
  5. Schnauzer (miniature)

    Hello Mini Schnauzer lovers and breeders, I have been annoying many breeders lately as I'm desperately trying to locate a mature female mini as a therapy type dog for my family. My sister is 45 and intellectually disabled and lives at home full time with my retired parents. Her much adored mini passed away NYE last year aged 14. Mum and Dad were going to get her a puppy this year however my darling dad has just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and about to start chemo. A puppy would be too hectic for them. I met a lady at the dog park the other day who told me she met someone who has a schnauzer as a Medicaid dog for her epilepsy. My sister also has epilepsy. If there is anyone with some information that may be able to help me in like caring a bomb-proof beautiful and loving mature mini I would be most grateful. I hope someone can help. Thank you.
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