DAJANA’S PEARL KENNEL
Black-Silver Miniature Schnauzer Kennel
The miniature schnauzer
In the 1800s, especially in the southern German farms, the rattlers lived, these all-time stable dogs that mice, rats, carriages, and horses were kept. 30-50 cm high, very varied in color dogs that existed in plain and woolen hair. At that time, some were called Pinchers. After 1895 they began to breed the wire-pinch pinch, they were introduced in two separate classes, one with the reverse-bite majompincher, the other with the dwarf pincher’s twisted-pair version. The famous expert of the years around 1880-1910, his judge, Berta L. has done a great deal to develop the breed. In the 1898 Erfurt exhibition, among the woolly dwarf pincheres, he highlighted the specimens that approached the imaginary type. This gave you the launch for the dwarf schnauzer formatting. By 1910 the selection was made, in 1923 the first dwarf schnauzer description was described. Then these dogs, like all versions of rattles, were very varied: pure black, black – yellow spotted, red-yellow, gray-yellow, salt-pepper. By 1956 the breed description fully aligned with the middle schnauzer. Only pure black and salt-pepper remain recognized. These varieties are still strictly brewed today. However, black and silver puppies were scattered in litters from salt-pepper parents. In 1968, this variant was accepted, but by then the white copies were present. In 1990, all four variants of the dog breeds issued by FCI included.
Character of the dwarf schnauzer:
A temperamental and sensible dog, sober, loves to learn, trusts and strongly insists on his family. It is more common for most other breeds to get a new host. He is attentive, vigilant and not overweight, so he can be used as a watchdog.
The breed goes well with other animals and comes out very well with the kids if properly socialized. He is sometimes suspicious of aliens, but he welcomes family friends. You do not have to worry about other dog behaviors, though sometimes you are too confident about your fellow men.
The dwarf schnauzer is quick and willing to learn. Basic obedience exercises are easy to master. If he trusts his owner, he quickly and accurately executes the instructions he has received, but he is reluctant to repeat the same thing. Most honest, consistent treatment can be achieved by him, and his master’s voice is exactly enough to discipline him.