How I would love to live a dog’s life.
I heard a barking from the house…..what could it be????
Oh, my awesome Miniature Schnauzers were alerting me again that my mail is here. They by far are the best breed of dog for overall family enjoyment.
No they are not a Springer Spaniel which are bred for hunting and they are great at it.
No they are not a Gordon Setter, Irish Setter, nor an English Setter which are all handsome dogs bred again for hunting and require a tremendous amount of grooming.
Miniature Schnauzers are not a Poodle, which is not a good choice for young children.
Beagles have a strong odor and shed like crazy, no that is not a Miniature Schnauzer.
They are not a Border Collie which is the #1 in intelligence out of 336 breeds of dogs, however, extremely active, good with children, they will herd them, however they are not a dog that I would give a leash to and allow a child to walk down the street because of their strength, size, power the may see a cat and bolt with your child and they will both be gone.
Anyway, I believe that buying a puppy requires an investment of time and research.
Firstly, pick your breed carefully and it should always be an AKC registered puppy unless you want to pay more for a mongrel, half breed that you will run the risk of several health challenges and other problems.
The only time my child has ever been bitten was by a Welsh Corgi Rescue Dog (purebred) however a rescue dog that a rich family was trying to do the right thing and could have lost their gorgeous home instead with a lawsuit and the dog ultimately put to rest.
Splendid Miniature Schnauzers are challenging to find…even though the Miniature Schnauzers’ intelligence is rated right up there with the Border Collie, Poodle and the German Shepherd it does NOT signify that ALL Miniature Schnauzers are rated at that level of intelligence. Whether it be a Border Collie, a Poodle, German Shepherd or Miniature Schnauzer it is ALL about the breeding and the “Early Puppyhood Development”.
Secondly, pick your breeder carefully!
The following is a list of what I consider to be important.
What is occurring with my puppy for the first 8 weeks of it’s impressionable life.
Puppies are imprinting daily.
Does the breeder practice early puppyhood development techniques?
Are they socializing your puppy on a daily basis for 8 weeks.
Did they start talking and loving the puppy while in the womb?
What is the breeder’s daily commitment
Does the breeder work outside the home for 5 – 10 hours a day including commute time.
Is the breeder a hobbyist breeder or a committed to the betterment of the breed for you and your family and others?
What do they feed your puppy for 4 weeks of their life?
Does momma consume vitamins daily and mega doses during pregnancy to insure great health for both the mother and the puppies? http://bit.ly/1jqFLTz
Does the breeder specialize in the breed she represents or does she lack focus promoting and selling several breeds?
Is the breeder with a small kennel or a rather large kennel of I would say large would be relatively speaking more that 10-12 dogs? I have heard of some breeders that have 20, 30, 40…even 100 dogs in kennels in their country estate.
Do you like your breeder and do you consider her a friend?
Will she be there for you after you take your puppy home if you should need her?
Prayerfully, this list assists you with your choice of a brilliant puppy. After all they are your new family member for next 10-15 years.
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Thought you might appreciate a recent picture of Superdog (he will be 3 in March.)
Every day he walks to school with the kids and he is an absolute celebrity – all the kids run up to pet him! If I don’t bring him, everyone asks where he is. He also LOVES to see all his dog friends at school, he has yet to meet a dog he doesn’t want to play with.
Thanks again for such a wonderful dog! We can’t imagine life without him
Cheers, Michele & family
I wanted to give you an update in our Schnauzer Twins that we got from you about 4 years ago.
These two girls will be having their 4th Birthday tomorrow the 17th of April. I want to tell you again how grateful we are to you for these extremely precious puppies. We call them puppies because they are about 13 lbs. They were out on a walk and they love being able to go out and explore the world. You can see how happy they are.
What you did as a Breeder in caring for them and socializing them has carried through to this day.
I know you and Madison took great care to keep them healthy and communicated and socialized them to be warm, friendly additions to any family or single person. I remember you telling me how you would carry them around very close to you to have them learn to love being close with people. Our Bella and Sophie have become great companions and little love bugs..
I know there are Breeders out there that could be classified as puppy mills because of the abundance of puppies available.
I can’t imagine large breeder would have and take the time and care I know our puppies got. I appreciate the bloodlines that you breed because Schnauzers have a great reputations for being very smart, loyal protectors or should I say alert dogs to anyone who is not part of the tribe, because that is what you can then count on when someone purchases a dog from you. . In your selection of moms and dad’s to these puppies, you made sure the good disposition and temperament can be counted on because they are miniatures and not toys.
You have been careful to maintain the integrity of the breed and all the characteristics of a Miniature Schnauzer that make them such a great family pet or companion. We are in love with our Bella and Sophie. We have had no health issues.
We are grateful to you for having given our family so much joy having them in our life.
A trained Miniature Schnauzer is a happy dog and consequently their family is happy too. Puppy training begins at birth on. You must continue the training of your new puppy immediately upon bringing them into their new home. Miniature Schnauzers are the perfect family pet. They are also extremely intelligent.With that being said, a happy family is when your puppy is a happy dog. A happy dog is a trained dog.
If you are not Miniature Schnauzer savvy you could find your puppy training you. A puppy will do whatever you tolerate, much like children. Everything a puppy does is cute. Yes, listen to me say it one more time; everything a puppy does is cute! However most of the behaviors of a puppy will not be cute as an adult dog. Consequently you must give “negative markers” to undesired behavior. I use “aa aa” or simply “no”
In order to have a happy puppy and a happy family it is paramount that you train your puppy immediately. Much like children, puppies are able to be trained almost immediately.
By 2 weeks old my puppies know how to trust, lay on their backs and be held much like a baby. By 3 weeks old they are starting their grooming lessons once a week. By the time you take your puppy home it should be trusting, confident and manageable. It should know the desired behavior on the grooming table. The breeder should have been cutting their toenails every 3-4 days. As you can see their obedience training has already started.
When you take home your 8 week old puppy the first 2 trainings are “Zoe Come” and then the command “sit”! These 2 commands can be taught at 8 weeks old on the first day. At this time you can also introduce your puppy to a leash and collar.
The basic commands that all dogs should master are… “come”, “sit”, “heal”, “down”, “stand”, “off”, “out”, “back”, “in”, “kennel, home, crate”, “calm or quiet”, “no barking”.
No dog should ever be left alone outside unsupervised except for extremely short periods of time. Dogs left outside often times will become bored, anxious and agitated which leads to barking, chewing through the fence, digging, destructive behavior and more.
I recommend that you enroll your new puppy in a puppy training class. A trained Miniature Schnauzer is a happy dog and consequently their family is happy too.
I am a professional Miniature Schnauzer Breeder. I can be found at http://BuySchnauzers.com I start training my puppies immediately in order to create a self confident and playful 8 week old puppy. I have a course I take the puppies through called “Early Puppyhood Development”. You can learn more about me at http://BarbaraWilliams.net
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Katie is a gorgeous 5 week old salt and pepper AKC champion bloodline Miniature Schnauzer.
Her great grandfather was an AKC Grand Champion “Cool Hand Luke”
Socialization is learning how to behave properly in society and to become a part of society.
I is important to socialize your Miniature Schnauzer puppy from the beginning.
In order to socialize your Miniature Schnauzer puppy we must introduce them to a variety of noises, types of people, environments, smells, animals and other dogs.
The continued process of socializing your pet dog will benefit your dog as well as yourself.
We have a Miniature Schnauzer puppy for you and your family. We look for quality homes for our AKC quality Miniature Schnauzer puppies. We bring to the San Francisco Bay Area and throughout the United States, overseas and Mexico our Miniature Schnauzer puppies for quality loving homes.
In fact, Rita is one of our spot light Miniature Schnauzers that was placed in the home of Karen in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Rita is currently in an intense “Search and Rescue” training program, she is doing excellent!!!!
Cathy in the San Francisco Bay Area is training her Miniature Schnauzer for obedience and agility.
And now we are featuring today our up and coming “Super Star” ELLA!!
Enjoy the video of ELLA – AKC Miniature Schnauzer and she has sisters and brothers available for quality homes just a phone call away 209-233-1929 and www.BuySchnauzers.com