Stoney Schnauzer went to Rainbow Bridge a few years ago and his human parents, along with his other friends miss him so very, very much.
Stoney was such a kind, loving dog that his human parents knew that he would want them to give a happy home to another Schnauzer instead of living alone, without Stoney as their companion.
So Stoney now has a little sister, Schatzee Schnauzer, to keep his human parents company and try to bring them as much love and happiness as Stoney did for the 13 years he lived with them.
Stoney will be looking down from Rainbow Bridge and keeping watch over his little sister.
You can meet Stoney's little sister on her own webpage, click onto the sidebar for:
I'm Stoney, everyone says that I'm a very handsome Standard Schnauzer. I was born on October 5, 1998 at Shalimar Kennels in Angola, New York, and was adopted by my human parents on April 1st, 1999. My registered name is "Rolling Stone" but everyone calls me Stoney.
I don't want to brag but my dad is Rocky, "Jailhouse Rock," from Charisma Kennels. My dad was a runner up at the Westminster Dog Show in New York for two consecutive years back in the beginning of 2000. He was voted the best dog in the Working Group both times and was runner up for Best in Show both times too. What a Dad!!!
Unfortunately my dad was beaten out by another, less handsome dog, but these things happen. But still, my dad Rocky was the #1 Standard Schnauzer in the world for two years. Again, I don't want to brag but I look just like my dad. Hey, I'm a chip off the old block. Dad is "Rocky" and I'm "Stoney."
My Dad Rocky 1995 - 2008
I'm a very lucky dog because my human parents really, really love me. Of course, they should because I am a very good dog. I graduated from Obedience School and I'm very well behaved. I also visit a local nursing home where I cheer up the very nice old folks.
We live in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. We live in a chalet on a lake. Our community is named Indian Rocks and it's one of the nicest communities in our area. We get to go fishing, boating and take long walks in the woods. I think I'm a very lucky dog too because the wild animals like me. I don't know why, because I've been told that I should be careful of some wild animals. But they like me, I guess it's because they know that I like them too.
We spend winters in Myrtle Beach, SC, where I get to chase the seagulls, swim in the ocean and ride the beach in our golf cart. We also take very long walks on the beach.
For eight years my mom and I have sold neat things on eBay. I do a lot of the paw work and packaging. Mom does the typing and e-mailing. Together, we're quite a team. Mom said to tell you that her Seller Name on eBay is e-maryellen.
My mom is helping me work on this webpage but the ideas are mine. I tell her what I want on the page and she does the typing. I couldn't have made this webpage without my mom. Thanks Mom!
Before you leave my website, please click onto the links at the top left side of the page. You'll meet my furry friends, my friends at Rainbow Bridge, the articles that mom and I wrote and were published in the Standard Schnauzer Club of America's Newsletter, My Autobiography, My Food Menu, and some helpful hints on foods that aren't good for us dogs.
Visit my Autobiography Page. It's very long but then I'm thirteen years old and there's a lot to write about. I've written about things I've done, some of the places I've visited, and some scary things that have happened to me over the years.