Miniature Schnauzer Breeders Kent WA

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Sandstone Dachshunds
(206) 251-5942
Des Moines, WA
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Dachshund

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Aspencreek Chinooks
(425) 235-3438
13728 SE 172nd St
Renton, WA
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Chinook

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Bayview Retrievers
(360) 941-5227
Seattle, WA
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Labrador Retriever
Certifications
AKC Certified

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Cascade Kennel
(509) 427-7119
PO Box 140
Washougal, WA
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Alaskan Malamute

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Voyager
(503) 709-0424
136 W Vista Way
Kelso, WA
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American Eskimo Dog

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Sunstar Animal Services
(206) 241-2908
PO Box 98072
Des Moines, WA
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American Bulldog

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Hillrose Fox Terriers
14050 20th Ln S
Seatac, WA
Breeds
Fox Terrier, Wire

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Snowtaire Kennels
(253) 862-9252
PO Box 1660
Orting, WA
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Fox Terrier, Wire

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Von Grunheide Shepherds
(360) 568-3146
10411 167th Ave SE
Snohomish, WA
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German Shepherd Dog

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Majesty Chows
(509) 773-4327
PO Box 154
Goldendale, WA
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Chow Chow

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Miniature Schnauzer - Guide to Miniature Schnauzers

Description: The Miniature Schnauzer, who resembles his cousins the Giant and Standard Schnauzers in everything but size, originates from Germany. This breed was developed in the 1890s by crossing smaller specimens of the Standard Schnauzer with the Miniature Pinscher or the Affenpinscher. His main function was originally barnyard ratter, however most are now cherished family pets. The Miniature Schnauzer was imported to North America in 1925, but was not popular until the 1940s. In 1946, a Miniature Schnauzer won Best in Show at a popular dog show, and he has been a popular breed since that time. The Miniature Schnauzer's size makes him a good choice for any size accommodation and his exercise needs are served by a daily walk.

Height: The height of a Miniature Schnauzer is 12 - 14" (30.5 - 35.6cm).

Weight: Miniature Schnauzers weigh 13 - 15 lbs (5.8 - 6.7 kg).

Coat Type: The Miniature Schnauzer's double-coat consists of a harsh, wiry outer coat, and a dense, short undercoat.

Color: The color of the Miniature Schnauzer's coat ranges from black to salt and pepper to grey. Regular grooming is required to keep the beard and legs tangle-free; professional grooming is needed to maintain the "Schnauzer" look.

Temperament: The Miniature Schnauzer is intelligent, devoted, friendly, easy to train, and makes a good family watchdog.

Health Problems: Epilepsy is highly suspected to have a genetic component in Miniature Schnauzers. The ...

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