Giant Schnoodle Puppies Missouri
We are not a kennel, our dogs and puppies are not kept in cages like some breeders, they are a part of our family.
Giant schnoodle puppies missouri. The coat should not be wiry like an adult schnauzer nor have tight curls like the poodle. Applications are being accepted now! First generation litters typically keep the soft and wavy coat throughout their lifetime.
We welcome those interested in adopting one of our puppies to come visit our 100 acre family farm to see and discuss the breed and play with the puppies. They are being raised in my house. The weight and height varies depending on the parents.
She is a mini schnoodle. The giant schnoodle stands 27 inches in height and weighs upward of 60 pounds. Our puppies get socialized very quickly, and are used to children and other pets.
Are you looking for the best schnoodle breeder in missouri (mo)? Located in garden city, mo. She is black, white and brindle.
We offer 2 giant schnoodles puppies for sale in missouri. The vast majority of them are small dogs. Pictures below are the past babies in their forever homes, but full blood to current pups.
Sweet, smart schnoodle young puppy for sale. Kennel hounds, dogs and all. The breeding combinations of miniature, standard or giant schnauzers with toy, miniature or standard poodles leads to a wide range of schnoodle sizes to choose from.
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