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Available Rescued Schipperkes

 

SchipperkeRescue.Net lists brief summaries and photos of the Schipperkes that are currently available through our rescue program. SRN places our dogs in verified foster homes where the dog receives all required medical care, updating of vaccinations, proper diet and exercise, and socialization and training. SRN works directly with the foster care provider to monitor the progress of the dog and to determine when the dog is ready for placement in a permanent home. SRN does not accept dogs into our foster care program if they have a history of biting or develop behavior issues during foster care.

 

From time to time, SRN provides courtesy listing for Schipperkes that are with their original owners or in some other home that is not one of our verified foster homes. Such listings are noted as "COURTESY LISTING". If you are interested in learning more about one of these dogs, you should contact the foster care provider and seek as much information as possible. SRN does some pre-screening of these dogs, however, SRN assumes no responsibility for health or behavior issues for "courtesy listing" dogs. Adoption of any "courtesy listing" dog is between the owner and the adopting party, and any claims regarding health and/or behavior are the responsibility of the owner.

 

The Schipperkes list below are just some of the dogs for whom SRN is currently seeking homes. Please also check our Facebook page for information about other dogs that may be available for adoption to good homes. If you are not a Facebook user, please contact Susan Fogleman, our Rescue Coordinator, to find out about a Schipperke that might be the right match for you and your family.

 

 

Because we have so few available purebred Schips who are available, we have created a special page of courtesy listings of Schip mixes.  If you are willing to consider giving a home to a part Schip (born on the wrong side of the blanket, so to speak πŸ˜‰), please feel free to check out these Special Schipperke Mixes.

 

 

In the meantime, be sure to fill out an Adoption Application and send it as indicated on the

How to Adopt a Rescued Schip page.  All instructions are there, and the application will be required in order to be approved as an adoptive home.

8/8 2018

SPUNKY

in Virginia

(P.S. I'm a girl!)

Did you know that Spunky means courageous and determined?

 

Well, that's me!  I'm Spunky.  I am courageous, but, most importantly, I am determined to find my new home.

 

There are several important things you should know about me.  I am only 12-1/2 years young and have been fully vetted and spay.  I walk on a leash and get along with other dogs.  Being the sweet, Spunky girl I am, I don't bark much.  Not only am I housebroken, but I will scratch at the door when I want to go out.  And, of course, I love to be brushed and have your full attention.

 

And stupid Squirrels don't scare me.  I keep my figure trim by chasing them, so you don't have to worry about them bothering your bird feeder.

 

But one thing does scare me, and that is stairs.  I'm afraid of going up and down them.

 

So, if you think you can love a Spunky little girls like me, get your application in to SchipperkeRescue.Net from https://www.schipperkerescue.net  or email schipfreak@schipperkerescue.net as soon as possible ... because there are a lot of stupid squirrels out there that really need to be chased!

2/14/2018

JUBAL

Virginia

β€œJubal”

Location  Virginia

Age 13 – 14 years

 

Jubal is available for adoption to a mature home with no other dogs or children

 

Jubal has arthritis in his feet which we have treated with laser therapy.

Jubal is a super sweet boy that is looking for a home where he can be the center of attention.

 

For more information on Jubal, please email schipfreak@schipperkerescue.net

ADOPTED!

2/12/2018

EVIE

Arizona

Evie - Female

Location – Arizona

Age – 7 years

Evie came to SRN from a shelter.

 

At first Evie was very dominant and had some resource guarding issues, but with time and some training has improved dramatically.

Evie has learned how to share her space and has learned how to relax.

Evie would probably would do well with another dog that is low key and non dominant.

Evie is great with people – she absolutely loves people.

 

If interested in learning more, please email schipfreak@schipperkerescue.net

Great dogs for Good Homes

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