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Please come meet our furry friends at our dog adoption fairs. If you have any questions about a particular dog's availability you can email us at info@msfr.org (please do not call.. email us!). Please note that not all of our dogs are always able to attend our adoption fairs so please be sure and contact us via email before coming to meet a particular dog!

Please note all adoptions are restricted to residences of the Los Angeles, CA and surrounding areas.  See Adoption Policies for further details on our adoption process.

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      Schnauzers!      

Estella

Estella - 1.5 year old female Schnauzer/Lhasa/Cocker. Well the truth is we don’t know what breed without doing a DNA test but whatever she is she is adorable. She came to us via another rescue group that rescued her from the streets of TJ. She’s super friendly and full of energy... she loves to play with other dogs. Estella has a long body, Schnauzer coloring and Schnauzer type fur (non shedder). Estella weighs approximately 20 pounds.

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Robyn
Sponsored by
Jack Miller
In Loving Memory of
Trapper John

Robyn - 5 year old female Miniature Schnauzer/Terrier mix. Robyn was rescued from a LA area shelter where she came in as a stray. She had several interested parties from the public but no one showed up for her. Poor girl looks like she has a ton of litters in the past but those days are over as she is spayed now. Robyn gets along well with other dogs and is super friendly. Robyn has a dock tail and cropped ears but she is a mix... we think someone had sold her as a purebred and that she had a lot of puppies since then. Robyn weighs approximately 17 pounds.

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Davis

Davis - 1 year old male Miniature Schnauzer mix. Davis was rescued along with his sibling Dobbs from a LA area shelter. The pair had been turned in by their owner. The shelter contacted us because they had sarcoptic mange (which is highly contagious) and needed to exit the shelter immediately or well you know the alterative. The boys spent several weeks at our vets in isolation. Since then they've had ivermectin treatments and have been neutered, so they are ready to go home! They look 200% better than the bald patchy dogs when we met them! And they are both extremely sweet, both need training (never had walked on a leash before), but are eager to please. The boys have natural ears and tails but look very schnauzery! Davis is about 16 pounds.

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Dobbs

Dobbs - 1 year old male Miniature Schnauzer mix. Davis was rescued along with his sibling Dobbs from a LA area shelter. The pair had been turned in by their owner. The shelter contacted us because they had sarcoptic mange (which is highly contagious) and needed to exit the shelter immediately or well you know the alterative. The boys spent several weeks at our vets in isolation. Since then they've had ivermectin treatments and have been neutered, so they are ready to go home! They look 200% better than the bald patchy dogs when we met them! And they are both extremely sweet, both need training (never had walked on a leash before), but are eager to please. The boys have natural ears and tails but look very schnauzery! Dobbs is about 16 pounds.

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McDuff
Sponsored by Evelyn Grimes
Happy Birthday to Karen Stagg!

McDuff - 1 year old male Miniature Schnauzer mix. McDuff (aka Duff) was rescued from a LA county shelter were he came in as a stray. He had 3 of his toes broken on his right rear foot. With cage rest and a cast his toes healed fine with no long term issues… he now jumps, runs and plays like any other young pup! Duff is great with other dogs, he is high energy so does need a home with a yard. Duff has a docked tail and natural ears. He is about 20 pounds.

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Chip
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Ambher Anderson

Chip - 1 year old male Miniature Schnauzer mix. Chip was rescued along with his brother Dale from a LA County shelter where they came in as strays. Dale was supposed to be adopted but his adopter backed out so we picked up the pair. Both dogs have natural tails (it is possible they are mixes but they look primarily schnauzer). Chip is the smaller and shyer one of the two. Chip needs to gain a little more confidence but is friendly just a little reserved. Chip gets along fine with other dogs. While we would love to place them as a pair we may separate them for the right home. If separated Chip MUST go to a home with another doggie pal. Chip is currently 14 pounds we expect when full grown he could get up to 16 pounds.

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Dale
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Ambher Anderson

Dale - 1 year old male Miniature Schnauzer mix. Dale was rescued along with his brother Chip from a LA County shelter where they came in as strays. Dale was supposed to be adopted but his adopter backed out so we picked up the pair. Both dogs have natural tails (it is possible they are mixes but they look primarily schnauzer). Dale is slightly bigger and has more confidence (he clearly is the "leader" of the two). Dale gets along well with other dogs. Dale does need some work on obedience training as well as some housebreaking 101. While we would love to place them as a pair we will separate them for the right home. If separated Dale MUST go to a home with another doggie pal. Dale is currently 17 pounds we expect when full grown he could get up to 20 pounds.

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      Friends!      

Gianna – 4 year old female affenpinscher/terrier mix. Gianna was rescued from a LA county shelter where she came in as a stray. She came to the shelter literally in dread locks and Had to be shaved down . She had a line of interested parties who backed out after the shelter changed her listed from being 1 year old to being 7 years old. In reality she is more like 4 years old… she is a nervous dog (not aggressive but very jumpy) so would do better in an adult only home. She warms up quickly and can be very local. Gianna is approximately 8 pounds.

Gianna Dancing for a Treat!

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Gianna
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Hallie and Emma


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