Contacts
If you are interested in adopting a Miniature Schnauzer that needs a home, surrendering one you can no longer keep, or fostering one until we can find it a home, please don't hesitate to contact us. We'll be glad to answer your questions and help you in any way we can.
Roz Shroyer
Woodland, WA
(360) 225-8654
Roz@MapleCreekMSR.org
Theone Hutchman
Vancouver, WA
(360) 896-2027
Recommended Links
•   American Miniature Schnauzer Club:  The national organization for Miniature Schnauzer owners in the US, and a great source of information on Miniature Schnauzers.
•   Portland Miniature Schnauzer Club:  The local Miniature Schnauzer club in the Northwest, and the proud sponsor of the Schnauzer Walk held in Oregon City each summer.
•   MySchnauzer.net:  A free forum where you can share about your Schnauzer and post questions and get help with training, health, or any other topic.
•   MySchnauzer.net/schnauzerbumps.html:  Learn about Schnauzer Bumps aka Schnauzer Comedone Syndrome, how to recognize it and how to treat it.
•   Pet and Animal Emergency Planning:  This page explains how to make a pet and animal emergency plan. It also provides tips and planning tools on how to make a plan.
•   The Ultimate Guide to Shopping Green for Your Pet:  How to shop smart for your pet and the environment.
•   Keeping Spot Safe: A Complete Resource for Pet Safety in the Home:  There's no denying that your pet is a member of the family. You may even give your pet free reign of the house, just as you would to anyone else that lives there. Yet, in spite of the amount of love you have for your pet and the amount of freedom they have, your pet is still an animal, not a human. This means that your pet is going to interact with your environment in your home differently than you, and things you would know not to touch our pet may not realize are dangerous. To make your pet fully safe at home, you need to give some attention to these important safety protocols.