Miniature Schnauzer Breeders Takoma Park MD

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American Miniature Schnauzer Club
21301 Golf Estates Dr # 20882
Laytonsville, MD
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Miniature Schnauzer

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Litelltoi Mi-Ki
(301) 570-0451
20001 Georgia Ave
Brookeville, MD
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Mi-Ki

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Alaskan Malamute Assistance League
(419) 512-2423
4708 Columbia Road
Annandale, FL
Breeds
Alaskan Malamute

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German Pinscher Club of America
22712 Blue Banner Pl
Germantown, MD
Breeds
German Pinscher

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American Miniature Schnauzer Club
21301 Golf Estates Dr # 20882
Laytonsville, MD
Breeds
Miniature Schnauzer

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Big Tree Cane Corsos
(301) 928-7929
2106 Gadsen Rd
Upper Marlboro, MD
Breeds
Cane Corso

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Ballyhoo Irish Water Spaniels
(703) 272-8339
8605 Ardfour Lane
Annandale, VA
Breeds
Irish Water Spaniel

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Top Rank Cane Corsos
(202) 270-0259
8924 Goldfield Pl
Clinton, MD
Breeds
Cane Corso

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Gentry
(410) 679-1522
1512 Philadelphia Rd
Joppa, MD
Breeds
Miniature Schnauzer

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American Brittany Rescue
(866) BRIT911 (toll free)
114 Marlin Ct
Centreville, MD
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Brittany

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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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