This Is Shocking But True…!

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.

As you continue to read do not believe a word I say, decide for yourself and remember this is only my educated opinion.

No , The Miniature Schnauzer is not a Springer Spaniel which were bred for hunting and they are great at it.

No the Mini Schnauzer is 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.

The Schnauzer is not a Poodle, which is not a good choice for young children. Although Poodles are #2 in intelligence, awesome for obedience, beautiful and they do not shed and they are hypoallergenic as is the Mini Schnauzer who is #12 in intelligence out of 336 breeds were bred with the Poodle to breed the larger Schnauzer down to the size of the Mini Schnauzer we enjoy today.

They are not a Beagle which has a strong odor and sheds like crazy.

They are not a Border Collie which is the #1 in intelligence out of 336 breeds of dogs, this information can be found on Wikipedia. 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 which 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 of several 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.

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 to your puppy for the first 8 weeks of life and before while in the womb?

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 it’s life?

Does momma get vitamins daily and mega doses during pregnancy to insure great health of both the mother and the puppies?

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 an awesome puppy. After all they are your new family member for next 10-15 years.
Barbara Williams
Zurilgen Kennels Of Miniature Schnauzers Of Northern California

PS: I do have puppies all year. I have 5 breeding females that guarantees 1-2 litters a year.

PSS: I am a servant leader here to serve you and your puppies needs.

About Barbara Williams

Barbara Williams loves network marketing, breeding Schnauzers, designing custom made, handcrafted jewelry out of semi-precious stones and, of course, most of all she loves raising her granddaughter Madison. Barbara lives just outside the San Francisco Bay Area with her 12 year old granddaughter Madison and surrounded by her loving Schnauzers. Barbara is a Spanish Literature Graduate and a card holding union electrician out of the IBEW Local 595 Alameda Country. Barbara was a Real Estate agent and is a Real Estate Investor. Barbara has worked successfully in the network marketing industry for over 15 years. Of all the occupations Barbara has had she loves breeding Miniature Schnauzers the most. She loves offer Miniature Schnauzer puppies for sale to good and loving homes. Barbara loves people, children, life and animals.
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