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Mad About Schnauzers

Mad About Schnauzers UK Fundraising is a non profit company who raise funds for Schnauzers in Need.  These Schnauzers are often ex puppy farm dogs who require significant physical and emotional rehabilitation. Often the treatment of the physical issues runs into thousands of pounds for each dog.  We help by alleviating some of the financial pressure on these small rescues so that they are able to help dogs like these and not turn them away.  Our Main recipient of support is the
Diana Brimblecombe Animal Rescue Centre in Woking.  Historically they have helped so many of these dogs and are committed to helping many more.  We will also help Schnauzers in Need elsewhere if our funds cannot be used by DBARC at any given time.  Mini SAS (a small rescue dedicated to Schnauzers) is an example as they too have benefited from our funds.

Our fundraising mainly takes place on our Mad About Schnauzers UK Fundraising Facebook group, here we hold regular online events including auctions, dog shows and raffles.  We also sell wonderful Mad About Schnauzers UK Merchandise there and in our shop group where other supporters also sell and donate a % of their profits to our cause.

Mad About Schnauzers UK Shop

We co-ordinate annual fundraising schnauzer dog walks which take place across the country. Details of these can be found on the Mad About Schnauzer UK Walks Facebook page.

Our original Facebook Group, Mad About Schnauzers UK, is a place for Schnauzer owners and lovers to share their stories, photos, advice and get support. Mad About Schnauzers UK


Please browse our site for dogs that we have helped, upcoming events and also find some fun and informative blogs.

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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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Purchase MAS merchandise and support rescue schnauzers in need

Gallery Of Rescue Schnauzers

All helped by DBARC

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Some cautiously good news on Violet. 💜Having cuddles with Violet 🥰 After I took the loonies out, Vi and I went out for a gentle trot. She is so much better now she is on the steroids. We have to be cautious about how well she is as, whilst the symptoms seem to have gone, we won’t know much more about how she is until she has her next scan and X-ray in a couple of weeks. But it is so lovely to have our happy, fun little Vi back 💜 #schnauzer #schnauzers #schnauzersofinstagram #schnauzersofinsta #instaschnauzer #miniatureschnauzer #miniatureschnauzersofinstagram #miniatureschnauzers #schnauzerlove #schnauzerlover #schnauzerlovers #rescueschnauzer #madaboutschnauzersuk See MoreSee Less

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Happy Birthday Ella
It’s fantastic to see that Ella is clearly living the best life now with Donna.
Thank goodness for adopters like Donna and thank goodness for DBARC who have cared for and rehomed so many dogs like Ella who deserve this second chance of happiness.
They have the hard job, we have the easier job of fundraising but it’s good to know we have contributed in some way in the transformation of these dogs lives 💜 we hope for a time when it’s not needed and puppy farming is a memory x
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Considering there isn’t much else anyone can do at the moment why not join our 2021 challenge? Over 50 have joined the team thus far.
We have been doing this for a couple of years now but this year we have set up a separate group to give each other motivation and to share some lovely walk pictures.
Go for 500 miles if 1000 is a bit of a stretch. 500 works out less than a mile and a half a day 👟🥾🐾💜
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3 days ago

Mad About Schnauzers UK Fundraising Walks

Our annual Beards on the Beach and Beards at the Park walks will not be taking place again this April (maybe September we hope!). So back by popular demand is Eyeschpy with a twist. Look out for I-Schpy something beginning with…. this Spring. More details will be provided in March. See MoreSee Less

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