Archive for February, 2019
They are one handsome breed and there’s no denying that fact! The Miniature Schnauzer, when groomed like the American Kennel Club standard, is a dapper looking dog! Their bushy brows and manicured beards are to be rivaled! Besides their good looks, they are simply an endearing breed of dogs. Here’s more information about this magnificent breed!
What can’t we say about these playful and pleasant pups? They personify happiness and spunkiness. Overall, they have extraordinarily kind and protective dispositions. The miniature Schnauzer dog is friendly and gets along swimmingly well with other pets and are excellent with kids, both young and old. Oh, one other thing about the mini Schnauzer – they are lovers of zoomies! They will playfully go from 0 to 100 real quick, zipping and running from room to room. It’s quite comical.
When it comes to being a smarty pants, the trousers fit. The miniature Schnauzer is known for its intellect. Not only is training them a breeze, but it’s made easier and much more doable because of their high trainability. These puppies are incredibly smart and possess an eagerness to please and to be trained. Sounds like the perfect combination to us!
Miniature Schnauzers have a double coat. One is hard and wiry and the other is soft and silky. They shed very little and these pups don’t produce a lot of dander, which makes them great to be around people who have dog allergies, because they’re hypoallergenic.
The mini Schnauzer is an overall healthy breed with only a few ailments that are specific to them. They have a long lifespan of roughly 12 to 14 years and that means more fun and love to go around for a long time!
Quick Facts and Stats
- The breed was first recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1926. In 1933, the AKC recognized the miniature Schnauzer as a separate breed from the standard Schnauzer. Of the various Schnauzers that are recognized by the AKC, the mini Schnauzer is the most popular!
- The miniature Schnauzer originally came from Germany.
- Miniature Schnauzers used to be raised as farm dogs and were used as ratters. Their big beards that make them famous and easily identifiable were used to serve as thick armor to protect their faces from their prey.
- These dogs like to stick close to home and their owners, so you needn’t worry much about them aimlessly roaming and leaving. They’re there to stay!
Miniature Schnauzers are one-of-a-kind dogs and they will happily make a great addition to any family. Contact us for more information on this exceptional breed and how we can help you make your dog owning dreams come true!
Not everyone has time to manage and groom dogs that have long, curly, and fancy hairstyles, so to speak! That’s why so many owners opt to buy short hair dogs that have more of a “get up and go” style. We kid around a bit, but you get our point. For those of you who want low maintenance short hair dogs, we’ve got the perfect post for you. Continue reading to learn more!
1. French Bulldogs
These pups are at the top of the list. Despite their name, these English pups are average shedders. You will need to invest in a lint brush or two. But other than a lint brush, you’ll just need to use a regular pet brush for weekly brushing. There’s not a lot to do with these beauties except love them!
2. Boston Terriers
Boston Terriers, known as America’s Little Gentleman, are also one of the favorites of small dog breeds, as well as one of the top short hair dogs. They’re incredibly easy to groom. Wipe them down once a month and brush them a few times a week, and you’re all set.
3. Smooth-Coated Chihuahuas
We’re not ranking our list, but if we were, the Chihuahua would be high on the list because they are one of the most beloved small short hair dogs! They are feisty and fun all in one small package. These pups are household staples across the country!
4. Short Haired Dachshunds
The famous little “Hot Dog” dog is full of personality. Their silliness and fearlessness will keep you entertained and in love consistently. They shed somewhat so keep up with weekly brushing, maybe 2 or 3 times, and you’ll be able to keep a good handle on their loose hairs.
Though these adorable pups are prone to obesity, they are still part of the small dog breeds group. They are so sweet and loving and they are goofballs, too! Be prepared to be amused often with these short hair dogs. You’ll fair well with purchasing brushing mitts to smooth over their bodies and remove their loose hairs. Pugs have m
Our Boxer puppies for sale could be the four-legged furry family member you’ve always wanted!
We always have Boxer puppies for sale in our store! These regal and statuesque dogs are the rave, and have been for years! Why are Boxer puppies so darn loved and desired? Continue reading to learn the top reason why.
They are family friendly dogs. That’s it! There’s the secret that’s not well kept. There is absolutely nothing better than exploring the world of getting a puppy and researching the many breeds of dogs! It’s a fun experience that your entire family can share. What’s even better is discovering that Boxer puppies for sale are considered to be excellent additions to families with kids. They are big but gentle and very patient dogs. They know how to give off the “tough and don’t come near me and my family” look to strangers. Conversely, they innately know exactly how to be kind and loving with their family members! These dogs will play with your kids on end because guess what – they stay in the puppy stage well longer than a lot of other breeds! You’ll have fun for countless days and make unbelievable memories.
Now is the time to take full advantage of purchasing one of our Boxer puppies for sale! Just because the holidays have come and gone, doesn’t mean you can’t still get the gift that keeps on giving for your family. The companionship of a Boxer and its family is like none other. If you still have questions or aren’t’ sure if the Boxer is right for you, that’s okay! You can also take a look at all of our available puppies by checking out our page by clicking here. Contact us, because we will help you to match the perfect dog to fit your and your family’s lifestyle and home life. After all, we want all parties involved to be furrr-ever happy together for years to come.
Have you been considering getting a dog but have pressed pause because you live in an apartment? Forgive us, but those are archaic thoughts. Plenty of people have apartment puppies and they’re more common than you may think. There is some preparation you’ll need to make beforehand but most importantly, purchases you’ll need to make the transition from to your home a smooth one.
Check for apartment breed or weight restrictions.
There are some puppy breeds like Rottweilers start out small and soon grow to be larger than life. If your apartment has breed or weight restrictions, find out before you get any apartment puppies. Pop into your leasing office confined out their policies and if there are any associated fees.
Once you’ve gotten the green light, it’s time to make purchases.
You’ll need a crate.
Crate training is a great way to help your puppy get adjusted to your apartment. Even the best apartment puppies will need training and appreciate it. We can help you with selecting the best crates and how to get started on implementing the training. Crate training should be a comfortable experience for both you and your puppy.
You’ll need toys.
We can’t stress enough that making sure that your puppy has toys and some sense of entertainment is important. Apartment puppies may have limited space, so providing toys will help with their boredom. Also, it will keep your furniture and shoes safe, as bored puppies are sometimes destructive ones!
You’ll need treats.
Whether they’re training treats or “just because” treats, they’re a necessary part of keeping your dog happy. Treats help with training because many dogs are heavily treated motivated and will only respond to learning commands and tricks with treats as the rewards.
You’ll need high-quality food.
Feeding your puppy high-quality food will ensure your puppy feels and looks good. Just like humans crave and consume junk foods, puppies will enjoy junk foods but they should not consume any! There are tons of cheap and low-quality foods that you should avoid feeding your pups. Instead, you want to stick to a healthy and nutritional diet.
We feel these are some of the most essential and yet basic things you’ll need to get the best apartment puppies acclimated to their new home and environment. For any other questions or guidance, feel free to contact us.
English Bulldogs are some of the most recognizable breeds. They’re tenacious, goofy, and great family pets. If you’ve been looking for Bulldog breeders in GA, stop and come into our store! We deal with only the best Bulldog breeders in GA and we can’t wait for you to see. Since you’re in the exclusive market, we’ve put together some information about Bulldog puppies. Continue reading to learn and if you have any questions, we can answer them.
Why Are They So Tenacious?
Bulldog puppies in the past went through a lot to get to the point where they’re such beloved household pets. They have quite the history and were involved in what’s called “bull baiting.” Considered a recreational sport, bull baiting was when a dog made its body as parallel to the ground as possible and sneakingly dashes out to bite a bull in the nose or its head area. Bulldogs weren’t the only dogs. All the breeds of dogs that were also engaged in bull baiting had strong jaws, massive heads, and muscular bodies. These dogs also had stoic and determined temperaments, like Pit Bull Terriers. Bull baiting was banned in 1835, due to the support of the Cruelty to Animals Act passed in the Parliament.
Variations of Bulldog Puppies
Most people don’t know that there are several different types of Bulldogs? There are American Bulldogs, English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, and Olde English Bulldogs? They all have different looks, histories, and different personalities. It can be hard to figure out which is for you, which is why we can help and you no longer need to search for Bulldog breeders in GA.
Bulldog puppies are little snorting and snoring darlings and they are great with kids. If you’re serious and ready for tons of fun, then contact us today. Take a look at our available puppies page for more information or give us a call.