- Breed: Paperwork says Mini Schnauzer/Mini Poodle, but she’s a bit bigger than we would expect for the “mini” in those breeds.
- DOB: 5/16/23
- Current Weight: 16lbs
- Sex: Female
- Estimated Adult Size: Med
- Has all age appropriate vaccinations
- Good with Dogs and Respectful Kids
- Not Cat Tested
I’m being fostered in: Parker, CO
- Safe, secure, fully-fenced, private yard. (not fully vaccinated yet, so no shared outdoor space)
- Priority will be given to a home with another friendly dog for Stormy to pal around with.
- No kids under 3
Stormy Can Go Home: NOW
Adoption Fee: $850
Stormy will require regular, consistent professional grooming for the rest of her life. Please keep this expense in mind prior to applying to adopt
Hold onto your hats because Stormy is about to blow into your life like a whirlwind of cuteness. At just 4 months old, this Schnauzer/Poodle mix is the total package of pure puppy perfection!
When it comes to potty training, Stormy is practically a prodigy. She’s got the doggy door down pat, and if the weather’s not cooperating, she’ll graciously use her potty pads. Talk about a class act!
Stormy has an insatiable appetite for adventure. She’s always armed with a toy, ready to charm her way into playtime with her irresistible puppy eyes. Fetch is her middle name, and she’ll attempt to cram as many balls as her little mouth can hold.
And let’s not forget her love for aqua antics! Stormy is a splash pad superstar and a wading pool pro. It’s all part of her master plan to stay cool and cute at the same time.
Stormy’s love language? It’s all about the gift of giving…almost. She’ll present you with a toy, just to playfully snatch it back at the last moment. The comedy potential is endless with this one!
With her soft, luxurious coat and enchanting coloring, Stormy is a head-turner. Those big, expressive eyes seem to say, “Who could resist this face?” Spoiler alert: no one!
When it comes to training, Stormy is a quick study. “Sit” is in the bag, and “down” is just a treat away. Her food motivation makes teaching new tricks a breeze.
Stormy’s zest for life is contagious. She’s a bundle of puppy energy, and she craves an active family to join in on all the fun. Wherever you go, you can bet Stormy will be right there, your loyal shadow and partner in crime.
But here’s the catch: Stormy is a social butterfly, and she’s on the hunt for a family with another friendly pooch. She thrives on canine companionship and is ready to pal around with her new four-legged friend. If you think Stormy might be the perfect match for you family, please submit an adoption application today!
KNOWN HISTORY – This precious kiddo was surrendered to rescue by a commercial kennel. These dogs were nothing more than a number in their previous lives, but their lives changed forever the day they were surrendered to PRAR! They’ve spent their time with us living in wonderful, loving foster homes learning what it’s like to be genuinely loved. ❤️
Won’t you please consider adding this precious, sweet, loving, super happy little girl to your family? If you are not quite ready to add a new member to your family, won’t you please SHARE our adoptable kiddos to your social media? You never know when your share will be the share that brings them home.
Stormy’s adoption fee is $850 and includes spay, microchip with free lifetime registration, age appropriate vaccinations and dewormers, and 30 days of medical insurance. She will come home with a hobo bag of things to help her get started in her new furever home. You can apply to welcome this beautiful young lady into your family by completing an adoption application below.
Please understand that adopting from P.R.A.R. means FOREVER. Please do NOT apply if you do not have the time to properly train and exercise a dog, (professional training will be required within 1 year of adoption) or if you do not meet the minimum adoption requirements for the dog in which you are applying, (see minimum requirements above).
About this breed:
What a pistol! Smart, active, and adorable, the Schnoodle has become a popular hybrid dog breed. As a cross between the Poodle and the Schnauzer, their coats can showcase an array of colors, ranging from black, to gray, to white, to sable, to even apricot. While most Schnoodles are small, their size varies due to the three distinct size variations of both Schnauzers and Poodles. Larger Schnoodles remain relatively uncommon. Currently, there’s no established breed standard for Schnoodles. Given that, their different sizes are simply and loosely categorized as Toy, Miniature, Standard, and Giant. With a weight range spanning six to 76 pounds, the Schnoodle has a place as a lap dog, family companion, therapy aid, or even a performance dog. Their role extends to guarding loved ones, showcasing their prowess as diligent protectors. The Schnoodle’s charm lies in the fusion of their parent breeds’ best traits. To clarify, this hybrid‘s appeal stems from often having the Poodle’s willingness to please mixed with the sturdiness and activity of the Schnauzer. Plus, they are whip smart and easy to train. To this end, their sharp intellect and liveliness necessitates a daily need for physical and mental engagement in order to stave off boredom. Otherwise, be prepared to address this pup’s potentially destructive behavior. Inherent in Schnauzers is a tendency to favor one person over others, a trait often passed down to Schnoodles. While they maintain affection for the entire family, occasional preferences arise. If their favored person remains absent for too long, these dogs may grapple with separation anxiety. Nonetheless, this pup’s playful and affectionate nature thrives on enjoyment, consistently commanding attention and infusing delight into every moment with their loved ones.
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