We are happy to announce we have a new litter of chocolate toy minis and normal size minis.
Check and see if we have what you are hoping for.
Texting us is the BEST and FASTEST way to stay current with our litters.
Our average size miniature schnauzer typically ranges 14 - 18 lbs more or less.
We occasionally have litters that size that is 20 lbs more or less.
The average toy size is 8-11 lbs a bit more or less.
We do occasionally have a litter of toy size puppies.
Toy litters are not planned, they come as unexpected surprises.
We are modifying our deposits at this time so we will work that out when you choose your puppy so we can hold the puppy you choose for you and your family until pick up time where remaining balance is due.
These puppies will have the Schnauzerland temperament being very soft natured and easy going. They will enter your family easily, no matter if one person or many members including other pets as well as older adults for a constant companion.
Please text me at 423-202-1610 to find out more details about these beautiful babies.
Please go to our terms and conditions page and read about protecting your new baby. We follow those rules here also. We protect our babies until they are personally handed to you wrapped in their baby blanket safe and healthy.
We work hard to breed puppies with special personalities, who love you as much as you do them.
For decades, we have bred loving, family-oriented schnauzer puppies who love being with their family members.
Our last litter of Giant Custom puppies are sold.
(It will be late spring to summer of 2022 before we have another litter if then).
This past litter was are our second litter of Custom Giant Schnauzer puppies since 2004.
You can text for pictures of these past 2 litters of puppies of 2021.
We can send you pictures of the previous litters to show you how beautiful
they turned out. They were 60lbs by 6 months old.
What is a Custom Giant Schnauzer?
Giant schnauzers can range in weight from 80 - 120 pounds and 23 - 27 inches high. Comparatively, standard schnauzers typically range from 30 - 40 pounds and 19 - 20 inches high.
We do not breed Standard Schnauzers,
About 17 years ago, we wanted a smaller than average size giant schnauzer, which we successfully achieved. That litter of puppies grew to an average of 20 - 23 inches high. We successfully bred several litters, many of whose owners I kept in contact over the years. Some even lived for 16 years, providing their owners with many happy memories and a desire for another smaller-large schnauzer.
Due to my aging as well as others, loving the Giant Schnauzer, or wanting their next large dog to be a great non shedding breed,
we again wanted to breed schnauzer puppies who would be large enough to fulfill our desire for a large dog, but small enough for all of us to handle comfortably as we and our great schnauzer friends move further into our Golden Years.
It’s a hard job for us to age declining in our abilities,
and even harder to help our large 100+ pound giant friends aging
and declining in their abilities. They do require
our help. It’s harder for them. They can’t use a walker or cane or wheel chair. They depend on us to help them up and eventually the harness with the handles that we can lift at the shoulders and the hips.
Ivan my constant companion aged quickly after he turned 12.
I saw him age and week by week,
it became harder for him to get up and I had to help.
He was hard for me then and now his great great grandson
just turned 6 and I’m praying I’ll be able enough to help him.
I know he’s my last giant and really want to have a 40-60lb schnauzer before he is too old to help me. We have not produced this size, but are hoping for a litter for early spring 2022.
To achieve the smaller stature, we chose a chocolate labradoodle, not only for size but also for it's dark brown hue, as we wanted to add chocolate to our first generation larger custom schnauzer.
Chocolate is my goal being unique and beautiful! Their coats are expected to be full to medium like a typical schnauzer. We expect them to weigh approximately 60-80 pounds – possibly more. We will dock their tails and remove the dew claws soon after birth as per acceptable breeding standards.
We are planning a breeding for smaller custom size schnauzers compared to the size of the average giant custom schnauzer. Our goal for this size custom schnauzer is 40-60lbs. If you are searching for giant schnauzer, but are not sure about handling a large dog, either of these custom sizes may be the perfect companion dog for you!
We are thrilled to have giant custom-sized schnauzers available at this time
Note: are not planning giant puppies for 2021-2022
Once you choose a puppy you are interested in, we ask that you text us about that puppy and ask any questions you may have.
This is your first step to finding the right puppy for you. We do not show our puppies until after they are ready to leave. Most of our puppies are chosen from our listed puppies at about 2-4 weeks of age by contacting us and getting information about a puppy or puppies that you are interested in.
Our puppies are not ready to leave until at least 8 weeks of age. Perhaps older depending on their mother and weaning. We do not hurry the weaning process.
A deposit will hold your puppy till ready to leave which is a minimum of 8 weeks old. We do not try to wean them early. We believe that being with siblings playing and learning from their mother in the weaning process helps develop a better start in the transition of going to their forever home.
We do not list them till about 10 days old.
Sometimes possibly a little older.
Please contact us by text, email or phone to learn progress of our puppies listed and not listed. Texting is the fastest way to reach me.
For more important information that may answer more of your questions please go to our Terms and Conditions Page.
Please come back soon.
This page updated October 9, 2022