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Mad About Schnauzers

Mad About Schnauzers is a fast-growing UK community of schnauzer lovers. We have a busy, active Facebook group where people share stories, advice and photos and support each other. Mad About Schnauzers is also a fundraiser for rescue schnauzers in need at The Diana Brimblecombe Animal Rescue Centre. On our Mad About Schnauzers UK Fundraising Facebook group, we hold regular auctions, online dog shows and create a calendar and a diary. There are also charity schnauzer dog walks that take place across the country. Details of these can be found on the Mad About Schnauzer UK Walks Facebook page.

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Follow our blog to find out more about the stories behind the dogs that DBARC has saved and about our fun fundraising activities

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Mad About Schnauzers UK Walks on Facebook

Here are just some of the fabulous items already added to our Auction on Mad About Schnauzers UK Fundraising group – m.facebook.com/groups/1556312194664763?ref=share

Can you help us make our Auction a success? There are several ways that you can help.
* Join Mad About Schnauzers Fundraising Group
* Donate an item or two to be bid on (it’s exciting to have entered something and see the bidding that it attracts)
* Browse and bid an item that takes your fancy!
* items can be added now and bidding starts this Saturday 30th May

Come on over and make a difference to Schnauzers In Need and have fun! 💜
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What a phenomenal fundraiser! Over £5,000 and still rising!
Stuart and Chris had their holiday cancelled due to covid-19 and decided to do something worthwhile in the time that they were off work.
They came up with the idea of Luna’s City Landmark Marathon. This was an ingenious idea and they executed it brilliantly!

We were very lucky that they agreed to do us several live video feeds during the day. These were fun and very informative and taught us about so many London Landmarks.

We appreciate the effort that they put into the physical side, the informative tour and these photos!

As you will see, Luna didn’t get off the hook totally. Although she spent a lot of the time riding behind in her carriage she made the effort to pose for these incredible photographs.

Thanks Stuart, Chris and Luna for including MAS in this event and raising a life changing amount of money for schnauzers in need at DBARC.

Thank you too, all those that supported them and donated your hard earned money. What a team! 💜
Just in case you missed it and want to donate the donation page is open until this Sunday 31st May. Here is the link 🤩
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21 hours ago

Stuart Meader

Hi guys.
Sorry on delay. For posting the pictures we took during Luna’s Landmark City Marathon
We actually cycled ( start -finish 60km =37.2miles )
We really enjoyed ourselves cycling around our city and to show you the beautiful landmarks that london as to offer.
Of course there is so much more to see. 🥰🚲🐾
A huge thank you to all that have donated. We could not have got this amount if it weren’t for your generosity. If people still like to donate it’s open till this coming Sunday 31st May, it would be amazing if we could raise as much as possible by then. As we all know the hardship this charity DBARC is having 🥰🐾
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Absolutely fantastic! Well done Stuart, Chris and Luna!
You have raised so much money for Schnauzers in need, made us smile and taught us all so much more about London!! You must be exhausted!
We raise a glass to you tonight for thinking of and completing this Marathon for Schnauzers so much less fortunate than Luna and our own.
We will let those catch up and donate if the wish before announcing the fantastic total 💜

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