- Dog Breed: Miniature Schnauzer
- Description: Welcome to Paradise! Here at Paradise Valley Schnauzers we raise champion bloodline miniature schnauzers,toy and teacup schnauzers. We have all of the colors including black/silvers, blacks,chocolates,whites,salt/peppers,whites and all parti colors.
WE HAVE AN AMAZING 5 YEAR HEALTH GUARANTEE.
Please see our website for pictures of available schnauzer puppies and also upcoming litters of schnauzer babies. Our pics are updated weekly.
All of our schnauzer babies are loved and played with daily. They are UTD on vaccinations and wormed every 2 weeks. We get puppies well started on potty training by the time they leave for their new homes.
Here at PVS we take great pride in raising top quality conformationally correct mini schnauzers. We strive to be one of the top miniature schnauzer breeders anywhere. We breed for square bodies, great coats and wonderful temperments. We have references from customers and our vet. We have pedigrees on our website for all of our dogs.
Puppies come with AKC registratio,UTD on vaccinations,worming,groomed and all are MICROCHIPPED for your piece of mind.
Puppies come with a ‘Deluxe Care Package’ which includes a shipping kennel,health record,pedigree,food,treats,toys,bed,harness and leash,Nutri-Stat supplement,care information and NuVet vitamins.
We offer 24/7 support for the life of your new baby.
Paradise Valley Schnauzers are committed to helping you find the ‘PERFECT PUPPY’. We raise happy, healthy top quality teacup, toy and miniature schnauzer puppies.
Call us anytime! We love to talk about our schnauzer babies!!!Thanks for looking!
- Website: www.paradisevalleyschnauzers.com
- Location: Paradise, Utah 84328 (United States)
- Contact Number: 435-245-7567
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If never primped, clipped or altered in any way, the Havanese gives a rugged impression in a little dog. The legs are strong and allow for free and easy movement. The dark eyes and long tail are covered with long silky hair. The profuse coat varies from wavy to curly. The Havanese is a double-coated breed with soft hair, both on outer and undercoat. Adult coat reaches 6 to 8 inches, and has a pearly sheen. Some Havanese carry a short haired recessive gene. If two Adults with this recessive gene have a litter of puppies, it is possible that some of the puppies will be born with smooth coats. A Havanese with a short coat cannot be shown and is a serious fault in the show arena. Some have nicknamed the Havanese born with short coats Shavanese. Eye rims, the nose and lips are solid black on all colors except the true chocolate dog. The Havanese comes in any color, including cream, gold, white, silver, blue, and black. Also parti and tricolors. In North America, all colors are recognized, no preference is given to one color over another. Black and chocolate are preferred colors with many North American breeders. A chocolate Havanese must retain at least a 1 inch (2.6 cm.) patch of chocolate hair. Chocolates also have green or amber eyes. In some European Countries the black and chocolate dogs, were not always recognized. But the black dogs have been recognized for several years, and the Chocolate dogs are now recently recognized. The gait is unique, lively & ’springy" which accentuates the happy character of the Havanese. Tail is carried up over the back when gaiting. The breed is of solid physical type and sound constitution. The Havanese gives a rugged impression of a little dog, it is sturdy, and while a small breed, it is neither fragile nor overdone.
There are three varieties of Dachshund: the short-haired, the wired-haired, and the long-haired. With each of these varieties there are three sizes. (See Height and Weight.) The Dachshund’s body is longer than it is tall, muscular with short legs. It has an elongated head and a slight convex skull, arched with protruding eyebrows. The muzzle is long The jaw is robust with non-pendent lips. The teeth should meet in a scissors bite. The almond shaped eyes are dark red or brown-black. The mobile ears are hanging long on its cheeks. The body has a strong protruding sternum and a moderately retracted abdomen. The tail is carried in line with its back. The short-haired Dachshund’s coat should be shiny, sleek and uniform.
Dachshunds have a wide color variety. They are as follows.
Solid colors are as follows: black, red (from strawberry blond to deep auburn), chocolate (brown), isabella (tan or fawn), creme (blond with no trace of red, from golden blond to platinum,the lighter the better) and blue (gray). In the wirehaired variety, creme is referred to as wheaton.