Oakley will be retiring and looking for her new PET ONLY home the first of the year. Oakley is just a little over 2 years old but has never come into heat or produced a litter. She is out of our Snowflake and Stetson and has been raised here. We also had her grand parents and a half sister. Oakley is still a puppy at heart and loves to play and is a ball of energy. She is well behaved and does well with children, however toddlers and babies can get a little over-whelmed with her energy level. She is not 100% house broken but is eager to please and should pick it back up quickly. She is micro-chipped and up to date on her vaccinations and worming. We will have her spayed and a full vet check before she goes to her new home. Oakley has never lived in a home with out boundaries or with lots of open safe area to run and wouldn't have a clue how to handle a busy street. A fenced in yard is PREFERRED but not required for her new home. However, if you do not have a fenced in yard she will need to be taken out on a leash and supervised. Oakley has a beautiful coat but do to some health issues with out daughter, unexpected move and several other unforeseen circumstances in our lives she ended up matted and has what we call a summer skirt (completely clipped). I personally prefer this look over the traditional schnauzer cut (it is much easier to care for :p) but she will grow back out before you know it and can then be kept however her new family likes. I will get a picture of how she looks with her summer cut this week. We will know a better time of when she will be available for pick once we get her spay scheduled (we can probably get an appointment scheduled the first week of January and it takes a few weeks to get in and then at least 10 days for suture removal) and see how quickly she recovers. Oakley's adoption fee is $450 that will include her spay and full vet check and any vaccinations and or worming she may need. She will also come with a crate, her microchip tag, her registration, collar, leash, a weeks worth of her NuVet vitamins, her pedigree, toy blanket and a extra month of flea and heart worm treatment. If you are interested in finding more information out about adopting Oakley please message us directly with a little information about your family and why you think Oakley would be a good addition.