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Maryland: Standard Schnauzer Breeders
Below is a sample search of our Standard Schnauzer breeders with puppies for sale. The search tool above returns a list of breeders located listings located nearest to the zip or postal code you enter. From there you can see photos of their pups, find out detailed information on their web page and contact them by email, phonoe or even get driving directions.
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Precious Jewels Standard Schnauzer
Additional Information: We offer AKC puppies. Jade had puppies on July 29th! 3 boys and 3 girls! They have had their tails docked & dew claws removed. All puppies come with limited AKC reg. 1st set of shots.
One of the smartest of all breeds, and one of the best problem-solvers, the Standard Schnauzer is clever, strong-willed, and persistent. Unless... ...
Additional Information: STANDARD SCHNAUZER PUPPIES EXPECTED IN FALL OF 2015.CALL OR EMAIL TO GET ON MY WAIT LIST.
HERE AT HOMESTEAD KENNEL'S WE TAKE PRIDE IN RAISING QUALITY PUPPIES FOR OTHERS TO LOVE AND ENJOY. I HAVE OWNED AND... ...
Fun Loving Puppies
Additional Information: WE DO NOT CURRENTLY HAVE PUPPIES. WE ARE EXPECTING TO HAVE LITTER THE END OF JANUARY 2016. TO RESERVE YOUR PUPPY A DEPOSIT OF $250 IS REQUIRED.OUR PUPPIES ARE REGISTERED AS AKC PETS ONLY.
STANDARD SCHNAUZERS ARE SMART, PROTECTIVE, LOYAL DOGS. OUR PUPPIES WILL BE AKC REGISTERED AS PET ONLY. OUR PUPPIES ARE RAISED IN OUR... ...
Additional Information: Kaiser and Echo's litter arrived May 28, 2015. There were 2 males and 2 females. All the puppies have gone to their furrever homes! No puppies until probably next spring, 2016.
Kaiser and Echo's litter arrived May 28, 2015. There were 2 males and 2 females. All the puppies have gone to their furrever homes! No puppies... ...
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DOG HEALTH So you have your new puppy picked out. There are quite a few shots, treatments and examinations that will keep the newest member of your family healthy.
DOG FUN Walking your dog is not only crucial to keeping him healthy and happy, it strengthens the bond between your canine friend and his caregiver. There are a lot of obstacles out there. Don’t forget these simple tips to keep your walk fun and safe in the outside world.
HEALTH The same techniques that physiotherapists use to treat a variety of injuries and conditions in humans have been adapted to suit animals with great success. Family pets, show dogs, and working dogs can all benefit greatly from physiotherapy. Dogs whose activities involve a lot of agility are especially susceptible to the types of problems that physiotherapy can address.
FIRST TIME OWNERSBringing a dog into your family is a decision where many people don’t realize it’s magnitude until after they have the dog. There are a number of things that you need to research before you decide to purchase a dog, and it starts right in your own home.
HEALTH Many believe that a dog and a new baby cannot happily coexist, so therefore the dog has to go. This is not necessarily the case. A new baby does not mean you have to abandon your dog.
DOG TRAINING It’s not enough to simply walk the dog through the front door and hope he will acclimate to his new surroundings; you have to teach him how to interact with the new people and items in his environment.
PET-NEWSWORTHY If you're considering adding a pet to your home in 2015, you're in very good company. As many as 71.4 million homes are expected to include a pet in 2015. According to the American Pet Product Association, pet families have increased from 56% of households in 1988 to 62% this year.
FIRST TIME OWNERS When you bring a new puppy into your home, it's a time of great excitement for everyone involved: you, your kids, your neighbors, and even the dog. Here's our guide on what to expect and how to handle the transition without losing your mind.