August 27th litter
We only strive for the best, the true AKC miniature schnauzer.
August 27th litter
September 6th litter
September 6th litter
At A'Lord Miniature Schnauzer Breeder, we are committed to breeding healthy, happy puppies that make great family pets. Our breeding program is designed to produce puppies with excellent temperaments and conformation to the breed standard.
Here at A'Lord Miniature Schnauzer. All of our puppies are raised in our home with love and care. They are socialized with children and other pets to ensure they are well-adjusted and ready for their new homes.
We want to make sure that every puppy finds the perfect home. That's why we have a thorough process that includes a puppy application, reference checks
We are always available to answer any questions or concerns you have along the way.
At A'Lord Miniature Schnauzer, we believe that breeding miniature schnauzer is not just a business, it's a passion. We are dedicated to breeding Schnauzer that are not only healthy and happy but also reflect the unique personality and character of the mini schnauzer. Our commitment to our schnauzers and our customers is unwavering, and we strive to provide the best possible experience for everyone involved.
Our breeding program is designed to produce schnauzers that are healthy, happy, and well-adjusted. We carefully select our breeding pairs based on a variety of factors, including health, temperament, and conformation. Our miniature schnauzer are raised in a loving and nurturing environment, and we take great care to ensure that they receive the best possible care and socialization.
Semi-prick ears (naturally).
Salt and pepper, black and silver, black
The original purpose of the Miniature Schnauzer was to catch rats on farms. Schnauzer means beard.
Miniature Schnauzers are square-bodied dogs with wiry coats.
Miniature Schnauzers are hardy, alert, spunky little dogs. They can be feisty and may put on a show of scrappiness when confronted by dogs they do not know.
The playfulness of miniature schnauzers makes them ideal for families with well-behaved children. They are also known for being obedient, quick to learn and devoted to their human packs.
Miniature Schnauzers are adaptable. They can be just as happy living in a city apartment getting a couple of walks each day as they can be on a country estate with lots of room to run.
Because the breed is somewhat fearless around other dogs, it is important to introduce a Miniature Schnauzer to other dogs while still a puppy.
Miniature Schnauzers are sociable dogs that love to be with their people. Their deepest need is to be fully included in family activities, whether those activities center on watching television or going out for a run.
Because they do not shed, these dogs are ideal for people who are allergic to other breeds. However, they need to be groomed regularly frequent brushing, hair and nail trimming, and periodic clipping and stripping are necessary.
Miniature Schnauzers age gracefully they do not show signs of age until late in life. The average life expectancy is 12 to 14 years.
Miniature Schnauzers are hardy, merry little dogs that were first bred in Germany in the late 19th century. They are descendants of Affenpinschers and Standard Schnauzers. Not only is he the smallest and most popular of the Schnauzers, but also the only Terrier not originating from European Isle stock.
The word schnauzer means beard. The original purpose of the Miniature Schnauzer was to catch rats on farms. Today, however, the Miniature Schnauzer's main mission in life is to bring companionship and joy to the people fortunate enough to live with this cheerful dog.
In 1933 the Miniature Schnauzer was recognized as a separate breed from the Standard Schnauzer by the AKC. At one time the miniature schnauzer was the third most popular breed in America, and it remains a favorite.
If miniature Schnauzer are socialized right they are excellent pets. I can't stress enough about training. Every dog need some type of socialization training. I hear all the time, I can do the training myself. That's fine, but they need socialization an noise distraction. Get your miniature Schnauzer enrolled in some type of training classes. So so important!