Humane Society of Greater Akron rescues 56 miniature schnauzers

 

TWINSBURG, Ohio– The PAWSibilities Humane Society of Greater Akron is looking for homes for 56 recently-rescued miniature schnauzers.

A breeder who was unable to care for the dogs surrendered the animals, which range in age from 1 to 14 years. Some of them are already available for adoption, while others need more medical treatment.

“Although we are so very full right now, we knew we had to help these miniature schnauzers embark on their new lives. We are relying on the community members to open their hearts and homes over the next few weeks for these schnauzers and all the other animals currently in our care. Please consider adopting or donating to help us in this lifesaving work of caring for these rescued animals.”

PAWSilbities is hoping to place these “diamonds in the ruff” into low-traffic, adult-only homes.

All dogs will be spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before adoption.

PHSGA has rescued more than 600 since the start of July. It is hosting a Labor of Love event on Sept. 3 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Adoption fees will be reduced.

Anyone interested in donating money for food and medical care can send funds at summithumane.org or mail to 7996 Darrow Rd., Twinsburg, Ohio, 44087.

Humane Society of Greater Akron