Do your research
Looking for a new addition to your family? There are several factors that you need to take into consideration before setting your heart on a new puppy.
Is the puppy purebred? For some people it doesn’t matter, but for most people it is important because it will determine what the puppy will look like one day, what type of temperament he will have and of course what health issues might be problematic as he gets older. Will the puppy be good with children? Or will the cute little puppy turn out to be an aggressive dog one day? Should it be a gentle loving puppy or should it be a feisty busy puppy?
So, in the first place the puppy must be purebred so that you can have more or less an idea of what he will look like one day and also the temperament he will have. If the breeder is in sync with his dogs, knows the bloodlines from which he breeds, he will be able to predict the puppies’ temperament. 99% of the time a puppy takes after one of its parents or ancestors. The temperament of our puppies plays a huge role when we approve new families in order to make sure that the puppy will be an excellent fit for a certain family and their lifestyle.
Each one of our dogs has its own, unique personality and manners which are described under each one’s profile. If you are interested in a specific puppy, you can read about his mother and father’s temperament… that will give you a glimpse of the puppies’ nature and what he will look like one day.
NOTE: As stated in the contract, you have to return the puppy to us if you realise the puppy will not fit into your lifestyle. We will happily replace the puppy in certain cases. You will not not be allowed to resell the puppy to anyone else without notifying me and you will not be able to request a refund.
Not “just a Puppy”
Planning our puppies start off with carefully selecting our breeding dogs. I am blessed to have had a good start with great Schnauzer breeding puppies. It sound easy, but believe me if I say it wasn’t that easy… buying and raising a puppy from another breeder, hoping that he or she might become the perfect breeding dog… As the puppy grows, health issues can start to show, DNA test results are not what I was hoping for or the structure of the puppy is not up to standard – unfortunately this puppy will not be suitable for further breeding purposes… and this is where the weak side of me gets jumpstarted… the kiss and say goodbye part… but on the other side… because of our strict approval of homes, I know that this puppy has a fantastic life ahead of him.
To get to the point, our breeding dogs are very carefully selected according to health, DNA test results, structure and personality in order to breed beautiful, healthy Schnauzer puppies. No inbreeding and no line-breeding!
The way our dogs are handled and cared for, also plays a huge role in the kind of puppies we breed. The way moms-to-be are cared for while being pregnant, already has a tremendous impact on the temperaments of her unborn puppies. After puppies are born, we contribute to their personalities by the way we stimulate, love and handle them from birth. I do believe that our puppies are very special as a result of the way all our dogs are loved.
Raising our Puppies
With loads and loads of love… Our puppies stay with mom next to our bed for the first few days until we feel comfortable to leave mom alone with her puppies. Then they move to the nursery which is a nice, quiet room inside our house and where no other nosy dogs can irritate mom. There she can attent peacefully to her newborn babies. Moms are fed a special diet consisting of a variety of foods like fresh raw meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables and freshly cooked chicken, Hill’s or Royal Canine Puppy Food. When puppies start to wiggle around and show interest in food, they are moved to the 2nd puppy-room which is more central located in our home. Here the puppies get used to new sounds as well as being pampered by everyone who walks by the puppy-room… who can resist a puppy? They get used to human sounds and hands caressing them and in no time they start wagging those little tails when they hear or see us. At the age of 6 weeks we take them outside where they are introduced to grass. From thereon they get potty-trained while enjoying the rough-play with siblings.
Prices of our Puppies
Our Schnauzer Puppies sell for R10 000 – R15 000 depending on colour. WHY ARE OUR PUPS SO EXPENSIVE? Because you pay for what you get!
We are definitely not a puppy mill, nor backyard breeders. Our dogs are our main focus and we do everything in our power to keep them healthy, happy and loved. Only the best is good enough for our dogs. Therefor they are fed Hills and moms are extra spoiled with a raw diet or cooked chicken … whatever they prefer. It is very expensive keeping our dogs in such a great condition so that they can have healthy babies. This way we contribute in hopefully improving the Schnauzer breed to ensure that this special breed of dogs will still be seen in the future
Price includes vaccination on 6 weeks, vet checked by our wonderful vet, deworming, micro-chip, registrations WITH BREEDING RESTRICTIONS. Puppy also leaves us with a surprise bag packed with goodies.
Delivery is not included in the puppies’s price. We are situated in Swellendam, so delivery can be arranged to CT for a minimum amount. Puppies can also fly to their destination with Pet Lounge (Bid Air Cargo) for R1 500 extra.
For availability, please contact me for info: Ronel 0833603072 email@example.com
Inus 066 237 1814
Ronel 083 360 3072
Photo’s of our previous litters – ALL SOLD
These 2 girls are sisters bred from Amee and Oliver… Aster & Jasmyn… My 2 “blommetjie-kinders”. They will be staying with us.