Miniature Schnauzer Puppies for Sale
NY Breeder (nybreeder.com) is your preeminent resource for miniature Schnauzer puppies.
A bundle of waggy love in a tiny body, the miniature schnauzer is a breed three times their size.
Affectionate and intelligent, your new mini Schnauzer puppy will bring you much joy.
Miniature Schnauzers have a very extroverted personality and can keep up with you New York City apartment dwellers.
Historically, it is noted that Schnauzers were bred all the way back to the Middle Ages. The standard schnauzer was created from a cross between gray spitzes and black poodles. The larger dog of the breed was popular during World War 1 and was employed as messenger and police animals.
Miniature Schnauzers were bred during the 1800s and was cross-bred between the Affenpincher and Standard Schnauzers.
This breed did not come from the British Isles yet is recognized by the AKC.
Mini’s were brought to America in the mid-20th century. They are the 3rd most popular dog in the US, even beyond the Standard and Giant Schnauzer.
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When full-grown the breed will stand 12-14 inches tall and have a weight from 10-15 pounds. Dark deep-set eyes, high ears that are cropped or uncropped, and a rectangular-shaped head flat back, cat-like feet, and an erect tail are their most prominent features.
The Mini Schnauzer has a salt and pepper coat that is wiry on the outside and thick underneath its small body. Face hair is long on its chin forming its eyebrows and beard. This is a low shedding dog.
Loyal, protective, and brave, Mini Schnauzers are great companions.
Mini schnauzers are excellent family dogs and love children, other household pets and dogs. They are wary around animals and people that they are not socialized with.
The Mini Schnauzer exhibit good behaviors when appropriately exercised. They require human contact daily and bark when excited.
Care and Feeding
Mini Schnauzers must be combed weekly and groomed at least twice per year. Excessive hair on their feet must be trimmed and ears cleaned, especially if cropped ears to avoid infection. Comb their facial hair as needed.
Miniature Schnauzers prefer to stay inside in moderate to warm temperatures yet need playtime outside. Diabetes, obesity, and pancreatitis are some of the health issues prone to this breed. Never feed your Schnauzer sweets and don’t overfeed your new pet. NY Breeder will discuss food requirements with you. With consistent training and good healthcare, your Mini Schnauzer will live between 13-15 years of age.
NY Breeder (NYBreeder.com) offers expert advice on feeding and care for your new Miniature Schnauzer puppy.
NY Breeder specializes in toy, miniature, and standard breeds of all types including Miniature Schnauzers. They are open and ready to serve your needs as well as answer all questions you have about your new Miniature Schnauzer puppy. They also offer grooming and dog training services in a group or individual setting.
NY Breeder is located in White Plains, NY. Their facility is at 45 Tarrytown Road. Contact them at 914-935-7410, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit them today! Your Miniature Schnauzer puppy awaits you and your family!