All the puppies are sold except for this little beauty. I did not even place an ad. Word of mouth is the best advertising. She is AKC reg. Rare White Mini-Schnauzer. She will be ready to go to her new home on Nov. 17th.
She requires a $500. deposit and five $100. monthly payments.
She comes with two parvo shots, tail docked, dew claws removed, Vet checked, wormed, a Micro Chip, care package, hand crochet sweater and a Legacy of Love.
Call; Mary Smalley 530-589-4450.
Rare White Little Girl
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She is a beauty Mary, I love seeing your pics, please don’t ever stop. I think about you often and i visit your sight just as much. I know that our previous arrangements to meet never panned out but i would love to meet with you, we are so close and I think we were meant to be friends. If you are still interested in meeting please give me a call. I do apologize for the first time we were scheduled to meet, things did not work out for me and i flaked the entire thing. That is not really the kind of person i am so please try not to judge me by that.
One day I will have one of your babies for my own, don’t stop posting your pics, they keep my dream alive.
Your Friend Angela
Cute dog. I do have a question. If white is not a recognized color by the breed club and subsequently the AKC, why are you charging more for a dog that is considered to have a major fault? White schnauzers are not ‘rare’.
Dear Joanna, Your information is dated. AKC recognizes and registers the White Mini-Schnauzers. They are now even accepting them in some dog shows. My Whites are all AKC registered. I have been a reputable dog breeder for over 15 years.
The AKC currently says the following: “Allowed colors: salt and pepper, black and silver and solid black. All colors have uniform skin pigmentation, i.e. no white or pink skin patches shall appear anywhere on the dog and the nose must be solid black.
Disqualifications: Dogs not of an allowed color or white striping, patching, or spotting on the colored areas of the dog, except for the small white spot permitted on the chest of the black. The body coat color in salt and pepper and black and silver dogs fades out to light gray or silver white under the throat and across the chest. Between them there exists a natural body coat color. Any irregular or connecting blaze or white mark in this section is considered a white patch on the body, which is also a disqualification. Nose any color other than solid black.”
Approved July 10, 2012
Effective September 04, 2012
I’m not here to pick a fight with you; I was simply looking for dog posts here on WordPress. The AKC will register the dogs under the ‘Other’ coloration category, but they are disqualified from competition because they are not bred in accordance to breed standard.
Since I don’t know of any breeders who charge more for non-standard coloration, I was simply wondering why you are charging more for a dog that is not in accordance with the standard.
I do not breed dogs for show. I breed pet quality dogs.What you have quoted from AKC pertains mainly for show dogs. I breed for personality and loving disposition . There are no AKC Champions on my dogs pedigrees and I am happy with that. In my area RARE White Schnauzers and PARTI-Colored Schnauzers are highly sought after and command a higher price because of their uniqueness. I seldom get a Part-Colored puppy, in 15 years I have only had two, they both sold for $1,000 each. The White Schnauzers have their own AKC code number, 199. I use to have to send a picture of the puppy with the application. AKC no longer requires this. My home has been inspected by AKC and was given a very high rating. If you go on my blog you will find lots of dog information. I guarantee my dogs 100%. I stay in touch with my clients and am referred to as the “Dr. Phil of the Schnauzer World. I love to talk Schnauzer. My dogs are very healthy, I have a very low Vet bill. I attribute this to my cooking for my dogs. Many of my clients come back for second puppies and refer me to their friends. My motto is my puppies come with a “Legacy of Love”.
They are hand and under foot raised in my home and are very socialized.
I hope this clarifies your questions. I am happy to answer any other questions you may have of me and my dogs.