Introducing our Dams: Gina and Cookie! Full blooded sisters. Playful and Smart
and the breeding couldn't be better. Square and beautiful with thick soft coats.
This is Toots daughter of J.J. and Georgie. Toots is Salt/Pepper and has cropped ears.
She comes from very healthy champion lines. She's playful and gets along with all the doggies here.
This is Tatum born here. She couldn't be more playful and sweet.
Just a little girl and very eager to please. Loves to sit on our laps.
Introducing Coco and Cinders, daughters of Tatum.
They are both identical except for a little white on Coco's chest.
Small and ornery but loads of fun.
Small film of Coco: https://youtu.be/ITPu5DLDak4
Who have a special place in our hearts.
Georgie Girl.......never forgotten.
Georgie Girl, Salt/Pepper Girl with her natural floppy ears, very playful and loved teasing the rest of our dogs.
Bitzy lived here until she was four. I called her my little show off. very playful, smart and got along with everyone here.
Penny melts my heart. She is my champion. Very square in build with a soft silky coat. Very playful. She went to a pet home very young. I still miss her.
CH. Sired Salt/Pepper: Dina Ch. Sired Salt/Pepper: Glory CH. Sired Black/Silver: Vickie
These girls (retired and in pet homes) came to me from a wonderful show breeder in New York. They are so sweet and cooperative.
Nothing like good breeding!
Layla our little ornery Salt/Pepper girl who was retired young and now lives in Tennessee.
Layla..........very sweet and playful.
Layla is a happy girl and always smiling. Her BFF was Hanna.
Bea, daughter of Maxi and J.J. went to a loving pet home.
This little Lady with the floppy ears loves to play......and teasing Landry is her favorite thing to do.
She looks Black/Silver in color but is really a dark Salt/Pepper.
Bea's square in build, nice tail set, has a very thick coat and loves to cuddle as all our dogs.
Hanna retired at a young age. We don't breed females that have a rough time when whelping. But we loved having her with us for 2 years.
Peggy Sue....sweet and just a little girl.
Our Black Champion sired Dam: Peggy Sue.
Hi Cathy and Mike, I cannot begin to thank you enough for these two wonderful children! We couldn’t imagine our lives without them. Bella and Boo made a trip to
Petco with us for better fitting harnesses the other day. They were absolute Rock Stars! Everyone there fell in love with them. Everyone thought they were puppies and
were shocked when they found out their real ages. This was their first ride in their car seat. They must like it because as soon as they got into it they went to sleep until the
car stopped. They have a Garanimals pink leopard blanket that goes with them everywhere……that’s their comfort. We took them yesterday for their first Vet visit. Once again,
they were Rock Stars. All of the staff had to pet or play with them and remarked over and over how sweet tempered they are. They did bloodwork and booster shots. The Vet
said they couldn’t possibly be any healthier. The best part of it was that the girls really liked the Vet so they let her totally exam them without any problem at all. She even offered
to keep them for us if we ever needed a sitter! Bella still has some periods when she seems to be grieving a little and she won’t eat or drink much. The vet told us to give her a little
yogurt and some steamed carrots to get the fluids in her, but she isn’t having an problems from lack of fluids or food. They have both learned that Cliff is a pretty good belly rubber,
and also pretty good with a brush and comb so they really like to be with him most. I’m just the “go-tto” person when you’re hungry! They love to go for walks with Cliff several
times a day, so potty training is almost complete. As you might gather from this, they are now the center of our lives. They have a wide assortment of Aunts and Uncles who have to
come and check on them, so they never lack attention. I’ll try to get some pictures later today for you.
P.S………the bed Cliff got for the two of them……well, Boo claimed it right away. As big as the bed is, she will lay on it like a frog stretched out in water, paws on the bolster edge,
chin on the paws, and watches Dog Whisperer with us……..growling if the tv dogs get loud! Bella has another bed on order now.
Miss Mini: our very first. Salt/Pepper Miniature Schnauzer female. Mini was a devoted family member and a great little mother. Miss Mini loved all the activity that went
on and enjoyed playing with our grandkids. She was an excellent mama and never got upset with her puppies, even when they were old enough to be weaned
and run in all directions. She has always been loving and patient.
E-mail from Mini:
Hi Mom & Dad,
Nice to hear from you. I am doing very well. You found a wonderful family for me to retire with and if this is the golden years I am in for quite a life. First,
I am in love with Nicholas my new families 16 year old son. I have claimed him as my new master and what a super choice! I get to sleep on his big comfy bed with my head
on his pillow next to his every night. I sit on a chair next to him when it is meal time and I even get table treats. I found I love cooked carrots and green beans. We go for car rides
and I see things I have never seen before and I even had a bite or two of a McDonald's hamburger without the fixins'. My new family has a couple of cats and we have had our
differences but we can play together now. I have claimed an overstuffed pillow on the couch and will sleep for hours curled up by the fireplace. The other two dogs, the Lab mix
and the other mini
schnauzer have accepted me with open paws. However, the loveseat
gets a bit crowded with all three of us taking our siestas at the same
My new daddy shares the established routine of my sibs whereby I get Milkbones every morning before he leaves for work and I even have managed to sneak a few on my own. My new daddy
calls me Baby and does not mind when I sneak those extra treats - he thinks it is cute to see me clamoring in the box.
Tell Daddy Michael thank you for the care package - it was a great way to greet my new sibs. They thought it was great to have a new sib that shares so willingly but you would have too if you would
see my new brother who is over 100#! I had an awesome car ride home as I slept on my new Mommy's lap all the way home on a cuddly pillow.
There is a lot of snow here since yesterday so I have been playing in the snow - I love to run through it at full speed but when I come indoors I feel like a walking snowball. However,
after I come in and am dried with a big fluffy towel I am already for a nap.
I have learned not to potty in the house and am rewarded for my good behavior. This was a problem but I have overcome. I have learned that when I jump on Nicholas's lap and nuzzle his
cheek he will take me outdoors. He thinks it is funny that I will dig in the snow and create quite the mini blizzard so we both enjoy being outside.
My new family has a huge secure second floor deck and they let me out to get a breath of fresh air, play with a cat or two or just check out the neighborhood. There are a lot of things to see
including that squirrel in the pear tree that loves to taunt me.
Things are great here and while I do think about you please know life is good. I am supposed to be visiting the vet in a couple of weeks for spaying but I do not know what that means.
I did overhear my new mom saying it would only be an overnight stay. Maybe I misunderstood and I will be spending a night at a spa!
Anyway, tell everyone I am doing fine and I do love my new family. They clamor for me whenever I am not sleeping and my new Dad calls me up on his lap a lot of times to snuggle -
he has a very warm and soft belly. I have even heard them say there is not enough of me to share with everyone.
You can email me anytime and the reason I did not contact you before was I did not want you to be sad because my new family loves me, takes care of me, spoils me and above
all makes sure I am safe and comfortable.
Oh, Dad is calling me and I hear the Milkbone box opening! Ah, the Golden Years!
Yours Truly - Mini
Our CH. Sired Black/Silver Dam: Maxie This dog almost takes my breath away. Maxie is Black/Silver, champion sired and one of the most beautiful
female Miniature Schnauzers I have ever seen. Maxi is sweet natured, square in body, has a short straight back, a great tail set and smart as a whip.
Maxi's not only beautiful she is sweet, playful. and outgoing. Call 614 877-9808
Maggie Mae: Retired and here to the end. This little Black/Silver girl is the love of my life. Even though Maggie needs a bath, she's still the cutest little schnauzer with the sweetest temperament.
When I went to look at her for the first time, I left my pocketbook in the car. But it only took one look to melt my heart. I ran as fast as I could to get my purse and I have never been sorry that I did.
Suzie Q. Suzi now enjoys pet life and resides in Ohio. This is Fancy. Fancy is retired and lives with a wonderful lady here in Ohio.
Fancy loves to dress up. And looks good in all her clothes.
Lady Sadie: Now retired. Sadie was a great mother always gentle with her puppies and humans.
I just wanted to let you know that Sadie is doing wonderful!!! We love her so much. It was rocky the first few days with my three year old and her.
My three year old wanted to hug her too tight and Sadie didn't care for that. With a little coaching on both parts they are now best buds. We have discovered
that she loves to play in the water and likes to ride on the boat. We took her to the lake last week and she ran around in the shallow part of the water.
( I wouldn't let her go too deep because it was cold. She got her feet wet.) She goes to different beds each night when she sleeps. The first night here she slept with my 11 year old son.
She mostly sleeps with me, but she likes to sleep with the kids too. Sadie gets along great with our boxer, Sweetie. It was so cute, the other day we were outside playing with the ball and frisby
with Sweetie, and Sadie ran up to try and take the frisby from Sweetie. The rest of the time it was a race between the two on who was going to get the toy first. Sweetie got to the toy every time first,
but Sadie never gave up. Sadie fits right in with us "like a glove". I couldn't have asked for a better companion. Thank you so much for Sadie. I always tell her that she's my little princess and my
little gift from God, and I think she understands me. When I tell her that she gets real close to me. I could go on and on about her. I can't thank you enough for Sadie.
God Bless you for raising such a wonderful pet and companion. I have to buy her some bunny ears for Easter now. My Sweetie won't wear them maybe Sadie will. :)
Happy Easter and God Bless you and your family.
Love, The Bowman Family
Ruedee Jane: Retired at age three. What can we say about our Salt/Pepper girl Ruedee Jane? Well, we can't boast enough! Ruedee's call name comes from her champion lines.
Ruedee's daddy is Ruedesheim's Dream Chaser from Glojan Kennel. Ruedee is much the little pest in our kennel. She loves to tease and play keep away when no one else wants to.
This gets Ruedee into a lot of trouble. Ruedee is smart, playful and always eager to learn new things. Ruedee Jane would love to compete in agility.
This was our little Trudi girl. Trudi went to live in VA. And this little toy is Suzie. Suzie is retired and lives in Ohio.
Ashland's pedigree. Ashland went to live Southern Ohio. We miss her so much.
This is Lacie. Lacie went to live in VA with Beth Weaver. Beth is a wonderful breeder and Lacie will have wonderful puppies.
Our Toy Black/Silver Dam: Jilly Bean is the daughter of Herbie and Maggie Mae. She is the spitting image of her Mother.
Jilly is Black/Silver and looks like a puppy even though she is full grown. Of course, she has that same sweet temperament just
like her mother. Jilly is here as our pet forever!
Jilly just didn't want to have her picture taken. Sniff, Sniff. I think I need a bath.
She got a little PO'd when I groomed her.