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In shelter Dog

Woodland Hills, CA, 91364
Pet name:
Miniature Schnauzer
White / Cream
Coat length:
Dwight is a one year old boy who we rescued as a puppy with Parvo -- he is a parvo survivor!
He is a smart little guy, with a very sweet nature. He is great with other dogs, crate trained and housebroken. He does not like cats.

Hes about 15 lb. We think he may be mixed with a Schnauzer and possibly a Jack Russell Terrier and Whippet. He has super long legs. He needs a home with another small and playful dog as he is very social. He is also very timid with new people so he needs an owner that will go slow with him. Once he knows you he is extremely loving but he is fearful at first. He would love a home with a yard to sunbathe in. Dwight does not do well around young children and he needs a very quiet home with not a lot of visitors. 

To apply to adopt Dwight from J.J. Woofin Paws Rescue Agency in Los Angeles or Ventura area,  PLEASE EMAIL JJWOOFINPAWS@GMAIL.COM
Please note that all of our rescue dogs are mixes and unless we rescue a purebred with papers, breed is a best guess by our veterinarian and based on appearance and known history of the dog, and is not confirmed.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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