Learn the Secrets of Miniature Schnauzer Training
Are You Ready to Deal With the Magic of Your Delightful New
Miniature Schnauzer Puppy?
If you are still hindering on whether a puppy is really for you, rest assured, a Miniature Schnauzer puppy will without a doubt, become your greatest companion. They will be there to greet you with excitement when you get home at the end of each day, follow you loyally around wherever you go and be your little helper in the garden.
Your puppy will be a good guard dog, constantly protecting you and your family. Your Mini Schnauzer is extremely loveable and takes delight in participating in family life.
With all that said, this little bundle of fun will have much to learn and with careful training, he should be all that you desire in a dog.
And best of all, when you have a good understanding of your puppy’s temperament, managing him should be a true pleasure.
Personality of the Miniature Schnauzer
- Friendly and happy
- Very active and loves attention
- Always pleased to alert you that someone is approaching
- Playful and good with children
- Great for indoor living
- Does not shed hair easily
- Responds well to obedience training
Things to Be Mindful of With Your Puppy
- The Miniature Schnauzer may be possessive of his toys and food even though he is good with children, so care needs to be taken when playing with puppy, and at his meal times.
- He is fond of chasing anything smaller than himself and likely to give cats and rabbits a troublesome time.
- Daily grooming of your Miniature Schnauzer puppy is necessary and professional grooming should be done every 6 to 8 weeks.
- With regard to health, the Miniature Schnauzer may have a tendency to eye, liver and skin problems. Any indication of such problems should be referred to a Veterinary Clinician.
- Diet is of utmost importance and keeping your puppy’s weight under control is a major factor in maintaining his health. Although we love to see our pets enjoy their food every bit as much as they enjoy eating, it is of major importance not to overfeed our puppies as overweight is totally detrimental to their health. So good training from the start goes a long way towards your Miniature Schnauzer being happy and healthy from a puppy right through to his mature years.
|Start training your Miniature Schnauzer from Day One and|
enjoy puppy’s reactions.
You can be sure he will love learning & pleasing you!
Training Mini Schnauzers, or another breed of puppy, to sit and stay are basic and valuable learning skills not only in the results of puppy responding to your commands but also in puppy learning right from the beginning that you are in charge.
So if this is your first puppy you have skills to learn as well. Your puppy’s behaviour will be as good as your commands. I’m not suggesting that you expect perfection from your puppy at the start as it will take time for him to learn but, like children, puppies learn quickly.
The following is a list of skills and habits that your puppy will need to learn so I suggest that you start with ‘Sit’ as your puppy will enjoy learning that skill and at the same time, learn to obey your commands.
This is intended as a guide to introduce you to training a Miniature Schnauzer whether you have already adopted or are still in the process of deciding to adopt a dog or puppy, and wondering whether or not the Miniature Schnauzer breed is the right one for you.