Good Golly Miss Molly….Ain’t I gorgeous! I know it!
This dog is salt and pepper coat, cropped ears and docked tail.
Miniature Schnauzers, are loyal, highly intelligent, the are in the top 12 out of 337 akc breeds of dogs!!! I takes them less than 5 repetitions to learn a command and 85% of the time they will learn it after 1 repetition.
When you buy your Miniature Schnauzer puppy make sure to ask the hard questions. A great ancestry is important so ask about their DNA, genetics, their ancestors and pedigree. They love to please, love children, easy to train, bark only to alarm for an intruder, so they are a quiet dog, playful, funny and amusing. Although the Miniature Schnauzer will not demand that you walk them like some of the other breeds do, they do enjoy a walk, hike, running next to your bike, uphills, downhills and you will never wear them out. This is why they are often trained for agility not just obedience.
Several of my dogs are trained to boogey board, search and rescue, swim, diabetic dogs; the are able to determine blood sugar and bring required items.
Many of my dogs are therapy dogs for children and adults. They are excellent therapy dogs by nature.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Other names Zwergschnauzer (Dwarf Schnauzer)
Weight Male 11 to 18 lb
(5.0 to 8.2 kg)
Female 10 to 15 lb
(4.5 to 6.8 kg)
Height Male 14 in (35.6 cm)
Female 13 in (33.0 cm)
Coat Harsh and wiry when hand stripped, soft and curly when unclipped
Color Black, salt-and-pepper, black-and-silver, white
Litter size 3 to 8 pups
Life span 12 to 14 years
The Miniature Schnauzer is a breed of small dog of the Schnauzer type that originated in Germany in the mid-to-late 19th century. Miniature Schnauzers developed from crosses between the Standard Schnauzer and one or more smaller breeds such as the Poodle and Affenpinscher, as farmers bred a small dog that was an efficient ratting dog. They are described as “spunky” but aloof dogs, with good guarding tendencies without some guard dogs’ predisposition to bite. Miniature Schnauzers are recognized in three colors internationally: solid black, black and silver, and a color known as ‘salt and pepper’. There is a controversial fourth color variant in Miniature Schnauzers, pure white, which is not recognized universally.
The breed remains one of the most popular worldwide, primarily for its temperament and relatively small size. As of 2013 it is the 17th most popular breed in the U.S. Continue reading
Benefits Of Moringa For You And Your Dog
Have you heard of the Moringa(Moringa Oleifera) Tree?
Don’t feel bad if you haven’t. Although the Moringa Oleifera has been used for thousands of years in India’s traditional Ayurveda medicine, most people in the US have never heard of it. It is said to be the “tree of life.”
Moringa Oleifera is indigenous to Southern India and Northern Africa, and has been used by the native peoples not only as a food source but as a medicinal plant for treating themselves and their animals.
Ayurveda medicine lists 300 different uses for Moringa, from boosting the immune system to it’s powerful anti-inflammatory properties. The leaves of the Moringa even contain complete proteins which are rare in the plant kingdom. Because of the positive effects of Moringa, the World health Organization and European Union now plant and support its cultivation in different locations, including Africa, in order to combat malnutrition. That’s one powerful tree!
So what makes Moringa so good for you and your pets?
Not only does Moringa provide all that nutrition, it also contains powerful antioxidants, and has anti-fungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
What parts of the Moringa are used?
Many different parts of the Moringa tree are used either medicinally or as a super food.
Moringa is a whole food. It contains over 90 plus nutrients, including anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals; it is known for it’s anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial uses.
The dried leaves, in whole or powder form, are the most common ways to use Moringa. The oil pressed from the seeds (because of it’s antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties) is often used for healing minor wounds, rashes, abrasions and other skin ailments making it an excellent carrier oil for salves and lotions.
How do I give Moringa to my dog?
Moringa can be added directly to your dog’s food. Just sprinkle the powder directly on their food, or you can mix it with some organic plain yogurt as a snack.
How much do I give my dog?
The typical dosage for dogs can vary and depends on the dog’s weight and if it’s being given for a specific condition. When being used as a supplement to your dogs diet a typical dosage would be ¼ – 1/2 teaspoon for small dogs and cats(up to 20 pounds), 1 teaspoon for medium dogs(20-50 pounds), 2 teaspoons for large dogs(50-100 pounds) 1 tablespoon for XL dogs (over 100 pounds). This is just a general guideline and can be adjusted as needed. Check with your holistic veterinarian or animal herbalist if your dog has special considerations that need to be addressed.
Can I buy Moringa Oil?
Yes you can and as mentioned above it’s often used as a carrier oil for making healing salves and lotions. You can also make your own Moringa Leaf infused oil.
As always buy only certified organic Moringa products to ensure maximum benefits. That way you know you aren’t putting any harmful chemicals or toxins into your dog’s body.
You will see in many articles about the “Moringa Tree” that it is also called the “Tree Of Life”.
With all it’s nutritional and medicinal powers no wonder the Moringa tree is also known as “The Miracle Tree”!
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Blade is 10 weeks old
I want to thank you Barbara so much for our new little bundle. Blade is so handsome and such a happy puppy.
You breed a true winners and we are so blessed that you picked the perfect match for our family. His Vet said he’s healthy all the way around and is a good looking pup. Everywhere we go people come up to him and they compliment us on how cute he is.
Blade even does extremely well with traveling. He’s a true roadie.
Potty training is going so well now despite being rocky at 1st. He surprised us and started going outside on his own yesterday. We just open the door and out he goes right to the puppy pads. Not only that but he has learned to not have accidents in his cage and to hold and notify us when he needs to go.
Seeing Blade interact with the kids is the cutest. He chases them and wrestles with them. His little legs are the funniest cutest thing to watch when he chases the kids.
Blade brings smiles to all of our faces and we are so happy to have found you with your knowledge and patience to produce wonderful new family members.
Thank you so much Barbara !!
I am blessed to find such wonderful families to adopt my puppies and offer them a safe, healthy and happy forever home.
National Geographic paid 1 Million Dollars to the person who filmed this video. WELL WORTH IT!
I have purchased puppies whose parents are descendants from a recent champion and several champion ancestors. I am paying more than $2700 and I have heard of some selling for as much as $10,000.
The Miniature Schnauzer is a breed of small dog of the Schnauzer type that originated in Germany in the mid-to-late 19th century. Miniature Schnauzers developed the miniature.
According to Wikipedia Toy and teacup are not breeds of schnauzer, but these common terms are used to market undersized or ill-bred miniature schnauzers.
How much is a well breed dog with excellent health genes, outstanding personality, great temperament and a great pedigree.. worth to you?????
A Schnauzer is a dog that originated from Germany in the early 15th century. This particular breed is known for its bearded snout and salt and pepper colored coat. The average Miniature Schnauzer can weigh up to 20 pounds, while a Giant Schnauzer can weigh up to 80 pounds. Most are known to have higher energy levels compared to most other dog breeds out there. The common types of Schnauzers include a Giant, Miniature, and Standard.
However, according to wikipedia, out of the 3 types of Schnauzers Giant, Miniature and Standard, by far the Miniature hands down is the most intelligent and easiest to train.
So, How Much is this Bundle of Joy Going to Cost You?
There is quite the range when it comes to the cost of mini schnauzers. On average, you can expect to pay anywhere from $500 to $2,700 for your playful little guy. Obviously, if you are interested in acquiring a show-quality dog, it’s going to cost you more cash.
However, even if you do not intend to take your dog to compete in a AKC show you deserve to own the best of the best of any breed of dog