WRSF and AKC registered Giant Schnauzer Puppies with Health Guarantee
Quality Conformation and Performance Breeding in USA
The emphasis of our Giant Schnauzer breeding program is to produce healthy, intelligent, athletic Giant Schnauzer for the use in Schutzhund Sport (IPO) and law enforcement; however we take great care to assure balanced temperaments in our Giant Schnauzer so they can be good companions and family pets. Our Giant Schnauzer come from some of the best European working bloodlines available today. In Germany they are known as Gebrauchshunde. We only breed working lines with other working lines, which gives our Giants their distinct look and characteristics while it preserves their working ability. Our breeding records (breed books) date back to 1895 with the Pinscher-Schnauzer Club of Germany. Under the heading "Sire" you can view our online pedigrees dating back to the 1940's. We believe our working lines are well suited for the dog sport, however all puppies are different and success in dog sport depends on many factors outside of our control. Send your questions to email@example.com or fill out the online puppy buyer questionnaire.
Thank you for visiting our site! Below you can find our interactive picture album. This visual reference will give you an inside in our efforts to preserve the original working lines and keep them around for generations to come.
In an effort to comply with current Pennsylvania Kennel Law we like to inform all visitors to our web site about the following conditions:
We are a private Giant Schnauzer kennel dedicated to the preservation of old European working lines and the sport of Schutzhund. We are not a commercial kennel and do not offer any dogs for sale to the general public at any time. We are not required by the current law to obtain a State issued kennel license and are exempt from bi-annual kennel inspections. This is due to the fact that we never have more than twenty-five dogs (including new puppies) on our property in any given calendar year. We limit our dogs to one male and three females at any given time to comply with local codes. A minimum of two 30-60 minute walks on leash every day are the norm. All our dogs are under the constant care of a licensed veterinarian and are current on all shots and regularly tested for worms. All dogs have lifetime licenses recorded with the county treasurer and are Micro-chipped. Our Giant Schnauzer have plenty of outdoor space to exercise and run at will through our fenced-in property. In order for us to transfer a dog, the new owners must meet our criteria for ownership of a large working breed. We reserve the right to screen any potential puppy buyers for their ability to care for and handle these dogs.