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Miniature Schnauzer
Picture of Quincy, a male Miniature Schnauzer

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Home:Chattanooga, TN  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

He loves his old bone. He has had the same bone for 8 years. He also loves to stay at Candy Sue's house with his friend Bernard a great big golden retriever.

baths, not getting his treat first thing in the morning.

Favorite Toy:
The old bone, he just loves it!!

Favorite Food:
apples,milk bones and toilet paper if I forget to close the bathroom doors when I leave home.

Favorite Walk:
Down the road and back.

Best Tricks:
Getting his dish at dinner time!

Arrival Story:
Before I got Quincy I had found a mini schnauzer that was lost. I put an add in the local news paper and sure enough his owners came to claim him. There was just something about this breed of dog that intrigued me. I already had an aging toy poodle named Ceasar. When I got Quincy he would help Ceasar back into the house after potty time. He and Ceasar were the best of friends unitl the end. Quincy is the opitomy of being " mans best friend". He is always there to greet me at the door when ever I get home. He is the most faithful and dedicated dog I have ever known. He is my constant companion. Every night after dinner time he gets his old bone and runs up and down the hallway playing with it like a little puppy. We play hide the bone routinely and he never tires of this game. Quincy, or better known as The Quincy Man, was put to rest October 19,2006. He had been struggling with an illness , was almost blind and almost deaf. It was not an easy choice to make, but I believe quality of life is better than quantity. He made it on this old Earth almost 15 years, was a wonderful companion, providing many years of love and dedication. After being put to sleep, he was brought home and burried with his old bone to rest in peace for eternity, until the day we meet again my dear friend. You will never be forgotten by family and friends who live all over the US. Thanks to everyone who is still here helping us all get through such a difficult time.

Roscoe came to visit me after Thanksgiving. We had a good time. My Daddy had surgery and Roscoe's Momma came for a few days to take care of him. I am taking care of him now. I am really careful when I jump up on him not to hurt him. I love my Daddy and had a fun time with that little stinker Roscoe. Check out my new pictures Woof, Woof! Roscoe is my new room mate now. Check out our new pictures.

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Quincy Man

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 4th 2004 More than 12 years!

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My new room mate

My new room mate

July 8th 2005 1:44 pm
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Woof! I have a new room mate, Roscoe! He has been here at my place since the end of April. It took a little getting use to but once I let him know who the boss was he fell right in line. He is staying with me until his mom finishes "working on herself" what ever that means. I enjoy his company and he has brought out the kid in me. We are together night and day and love to wrestle and play with each other. I guess he's not so bad after all, he just can't touch my 0ld bone, no way!. His Momma came to visit for a few days and boy does she spoil him! So much love and attention I don't know how he can stand it. I'm a man's dog, not a Momma's boy like him. He misses her though and I am glad they got a chance to spend a few days together. She will hopefully be coming back to visit in October. One day she will come and get him for good, but for now I will just enjoy his company. Woof! Woof!

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