Name: Dan Klang
Date: 04/07/11 Message: Looking forward to getting another GS in the family
Name: Cindi Stoll
Date: 02/22/11 Message: The breed is exactly what we are looking for. We hope to adopt a female soon. We will stay in touch.
Name: Susan Anderson
Date: 01/05/11 Message: I would love to adopt one of these beautiful dogs.
Name: Mary Waters-Parks
Date: 02/05/10 Message: The information giving on the breed is very interesting. I am glad to see the organization continues to help these wonderful dogs.
Name: Larry and Kim Hall
Date: 11/22/09 Message: Hi - we own one giant and one mini schanauzer. Rhett and Scarlett O'Hara Butler. We couldn't imaging life with out our schnauzers. Love your website and plan to check back in often. I am actually promoting the rescue site in one of my college class projects. I did a report on Giant's and ended the preso with this particular site's info. Keep up the good work... Larry and Kim
Name: Jeannie Minskoff Grant
Date: 07/20/09 Message: I loved seeing the great shots of my dear cousin Joe Minskoff.
Good luck with your great work.
Name: Brenda L. Banks
Date: 05/06/09 Message: Hi, I just lost my nine year old female to cancer. Totally a sudden event. I am looking to adopt. Gosh, what a great, loyal, obedient and friendly companion.
Name: Erik J Nielsen
Date: 02/13/09 Message: I am interested in Ona
Name: Joseph Normand Grinnell
Date: 01/03/09 Message: You have an interesting website. I learned a lot.
Joseph Normand Grinnell.
Publisher/Editor of "Le Journal du Maudit Gratteux."
Village of Lille in the town of Grand Isle, Maine, United States.
Name: pam albrecht
Date: 10/04/08 Message: dog lover
Note: SCGSR was fully incorporated as a non-profit corporation under the laws of the State of California in December, 2005, and is applying for 501(c)(3) status from IRS. No donations are being accepted at this time.
Disclaimer: All animal and human photos and names, and the letters on this website are used with prior permission. In general, we do not include the full names of humans in order to protect their privacy. Some dogs shown on this site (especially on the FAQs and Tributes pages) were not rescues; however, we have included their photos to illustrate the many ways that Giant Schnauzers work and play.