4 edition of Miniature schnauzers and other terriers. found in the catalog.
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Many Terriers aren’t fond of other dogs, but the Miniature Schnauzer doesn’t tend to be particularly aggressive toward other canines, especially if he’s well-bred and well-trained. However, smaller animals, like cats and rodents, can be another story — Terriers are hard-wired to hunt small animals. While the Miniature Schnauzer is included in the Terrier Group in North America (due to rat-catching background), it does not have common ancestry with Terriers from Great Britain,   and compared to them has a different personality, being more laid back, obedient, friendly, and less aggressive to other dogs.
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This Comprehensive Owner’s Guide to the Miniature Schnauzer serves as a complete introduction to one of the world’s most popular terrier breeds. Hailing from Germany, the Fatherland of all three schnauzer breeds, the Miniature Schnauzer has been a favorite in the United States since the mid s when it was first accepted by the American /5(26).
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Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Schnauzers have a high prey drive, which means they may chase other small animals and hence should not be off leash when not in a fenced on Stanley Coren's book The Intelligence of Dogs () ranking methodology, the Miniature ranked 12th out of breeds within 79 ranks on the ability to learn and obey new commands i.e.
working. The American Miniature Schnauzer Club and the Standard Schnauzer Club of America. In the Standard Schnauzers were moved out of the terrier group and back into the working group.
Canada and the United States are the only two countries that list the Miniature Schnauzer in the terrier group; all other countries list them in the utility or Non-File Size: 1MB. Some Miniature Schnauzers will put on a display of excited ferociousness (i.e. "pitch a fit") when other people or animals approach what is theirs.
It's not funny, and if you don't curtail it, your Mini Schnauzer may end up a nuisance barker, suspicious of everyone. Grooming. Miniature Schnauzers require clipping and trimming every few months. Sort of. Schnauzers do not like to share the house with any other dogs.
The exception to that is if they are raised with another dog. However if your schnauzer is over a year old and you introduce. The breed is generally docile but has a great natural protective instinct. They make very good watchdogs. Miniature schnauzers, unlike other terrier breeds, do not like to dig.
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"Miniature Schnauzers have been in my life for years and this book is just plain fun and well written!" Cindy Melton, Ridgeway, CA. “The best Miniature Schnauzer guide I’ve found- and the photos are really great too." Diane Rizzo, New York, NY.-MINIATURE SCHNAUZERS AND THE MINIATURE SCHNAUZER is your definitive Miniature Schnauzer Guide!Brand: DYM Worldwide Publishers.
"An introduction to miniature schnauzers and other terriers, presented in a highly illustrated, question-and-answer format. Features include fun facts, glossary, resource list, index, and scientific classification list"--Provided by publisherPages: Get this from a library.
Miniature schnauzers and other terriers. [Ana Deboo; World Book, Inc.] -- "An introduction to miniature schnauzers and other terriers, presented in a highly illustrated, question-and-answer format.
Features include fun facts, glossary, resource list, index, and scientific. The Miniature Schnauzer is a robust, active dog of terrier type, resembling his larger cousin, the Standard Schnauzer, in general appearance, and of an alert, active disposition.
Faults – Type Temperament: Friendly, Smart, Obedient. There, Standard Schnauzers were bred with smaller dogs, such as the miniature poodle and the Affenpinscher. The aim was to create a farm dog that could hunt rats.
The first recorded Miniature Schnauzer appeared in But it was shown as a distinct breed from The breed was recognized by the American Kennel Club in Christens Miniature Schnauzers of Las Vegas.
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Features include fun facts, glossary, resource list, index, and scientific classification list"--Provided by publisher. Personality: Friendly, smart, obedient Energy Level: Somewhat active; alert, lively dogs, they enjoy playtime and brisk long walks Good with Children: Better with supervision Good with Other Dogs: With supervision Shedding: Infrequent, hypoallergenic Grooming: Daily Trainability: Eager to please Height: inches Weight: pounds Life Expectancy: years.
Unlike some other terriers, however, properly trained and socialized Miniature Schnauzers are not overwhelmingly feisty or aggressive toward other dogs. Appearance & Grooming. The compact Miniature Schnauzer stands between twelve and fourteen inches tall at its shoulder and weighs anywhere from eleven to twenty pounds when it is fully grown.
Later, all schnauzers were moved to the Terrier Group, although the breed wasn’t split into the standard and miniature schnauzer until The American Miniature Schnauzer Club was created independent of the Schnauzer Club of America inand both breeds were included in the AKC’s Terrier Group.
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Illustrated with color photographs of adorable puppies and handsome. Sercatep Miniature Schnauzers, Grass Lake, Michigan. 83 likes. This page will be mostly used to share information that will benefit fellow Miniature Schnauzer enthusiasts, and of coarse to share our 5/5.
Joseph Dale (Joey) the Miniature Schnauzer at 4 years old—"A friend lost her apartment and asked us to keep him till she could find another apartment. He came to us full of knots. We clipped him and gave him a real short haircut. After about a year she got an apartment but she couldn't afford the extra money to keep the dog so she said we take better care of him then she did so keep him.
The Miniature Schnauzer has a reputation for being an excellent small watchdog and the fact that he is vocal, rather than directly aggressive, with a seemingly innate ability to distinguish between friend or foe, makes him a popular choice for many prospective owners.
Miniature schnauzers, unlike other terrier breeds, do not like to dig. The Miniature Schnauzer sheds very little, and has proved to be acceptable for many who have allergic reactions to other breeds.
But make sure that you spend enough time with a Miniature Schnauzer to really determine if you will be able to interact with one on. Many Miniature Schnauzer fanciers dislike the white coat, feeling that if you want a white terrier you should get a West Highland White Terrier.
He has a double coat. The top coat is wiry. The Miniature Schnauzer is actually recognized under the Terrier group in the United States, while in England, it is part of the Utility group.
Although much newer than the Standard or Giant Schnauzers, the Miniature is now the most popular Schnauzer. The Miniature Schnauzer is originally from Germany, which makes her the only terrier developed off the British Isles.
This small-sized and medium-energy breed can grow to between pounds and lives an average of years. The breed is recognized by the American Kennel Club and classified as a member of the Terrier group. AKC Recognized: Y. Get to Know the Miniature Schnauzer: The Most Popular Terrier in the United States Among dog breeds, the Schnauzer is known for being loyal and loving but also adventurous.
The Miniature Schnauzer originated in the late ’s in Germany and was developed as a small farm dog used to go to ground for all types of vermin. It is believed that the breed came from the crossing of the Standard Schnauzer with either the Affenpinscher or the Miniature Pinscher as well as the Poodle.
The Mini Ratzer is a combination of the Miniature Schnauzer and the Rat Terrier, which are both small dogs. This hybrid can range in size because the Rat Terrier comes in both miniature and standard sizes but they are usually about 11 to 15 inches tall and weigh about 20 pounds.
Schnauzer Colors. Increasing Popularity The topic of Schnauzer colors is a controversial one. It divides the world of Schnauzer lovers right down the middle.
We're really only talking about Miniature Schnauzers here, as Giants and Standards are virtually always salt and pepper or 're also talking mainly about the US as most other countries do not have exotically colored Schnauzers.
While Standard Schnauzers were mixed with larger dogs such as the Great Dane to create the Giant Schnauzer, the Miniature was developed by including genetic contributions from other small German Terriers and Pinschers, such as the Affenpinscher and the Wire Fox Terrier, which gives them a similar appearance, but very different temperaments and.
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 may have been developed from the smallest specimens of the Standard Schnauzer, or crosses between the Standard and one or more smaller breeds such as the Affenpinscher, Miniature Pinscher, and Poodles, as farmers bred a small dog that Coat: Harsh and wiry when hand stripped, soft and curly when unclipped.
Miniature Schnauzer (Kennel Club Dog Breed Series) This is the best information I've seen yet for the miniature schnauzer. Better information on the breed than other books I have read, which just says this breed is a terrier.
Explains puppy behavior very well. Easy to read/5(33). The miniature schnauzer is one of the most favorite dog breeds worldwide and with that, a lot of miniature schnauzer training guidelines came sprouting from a variety of sources.
Lots of pet owners still opt for the traditional books while some go modern by acquiring advice from ebooks and breed-specific websites. The Miniature Schnauzer is a robust, sturdily built terrier of nearly square proportion.
It was developed as a ratter and is quick and tough. Its gait displays good reach and drive. Its coat is double, with a close undercoat, and hard, wiry, outer coat which is longer on the legs, muzzle and eyebrows. History of the Miniature Schnauzer.
Small Schnauzer-type dogs are seen in German paintings as far back as the 15th century so they were not really a new breed when they were developed, but breeders in the 19th century were more precise about recording matings and keeping track of breeds than people had been previously.
Starting in the 19th century there were stud books and kennel clubs to help. Dog Breeds That Don’t Shed By Melody Schamble Miniature Schnauzers have a protective nature, making them a great watchdog. Download this e-book for guidance on these questions and other. Miniature Schnauzers make a great pet for active families, and are an excellent choice for first time dog owners.
Activity Requirements. Miniature Schnauzers are versatile dogs who can live in the city or the country. They need daily walks and time to run every week, but they can be just as happy living in an apartment as a farm.Couple looking to give a good home to a Miniature Schnauzer pup (ideally female).
A loving home, long walks and beach. Somebody home all day. No other pets. Live in .The AKC Miniature Schnauzer Breed Standard recognizes 3 colors as correct for Miniature Schnauzers, black, salt & pepper, and black & silver. Any other color is considered undesirable in a Miniature Schnauzer.
Lucy is black and carries black, salt & pepper, and black & silver genes. Violet is black & silver and carries only black & silver genes.