Mystic AKC Mini Schnauzer PUPPIES
MYSTIC AKC Miniature Schnauzer puppies
~~FROM MY HANDS TO YOUR HEART~~
<<<~~~just click the links on the left to see all the litter pages~~~
THIS SITE WAS UP DATED ON 12-07-2013
Contact Carolyn PHONE: 916-502-2256,
~~~~NO PUPPY WILL BE HELD WITHOUT A DEPOSIT~~~
My puppies are all AKC registered.
They are available with limited AKC or Full AKC.
They will be up to date on puppy shots and worming,
at the time they go to new homes.
Puppies can go home at 8 weeks of age.
The dew claws are removed and the tails are docked,
the ears are left natural.
Deposits are taken on a first come first serve basis.
The deposit to hold a puppy is $200 and the balance is due in ~~CASH~~ when the puppy is picked up.
Mystic Mini Schnauzers have a 1 year genetic guarantee.
If you have a deposit on a puppy and something happens to it while in my care
then the deposit can be moved to a different puppy or refunded.
Otherwise the deposit is non refundable.
$800 WITH LIMITED AKC
CLICK ON THE LINKS TO THE LEFT
TO SEE ALL AVAILABLE PUPPIES
The picture on the right is
Nick with brothers Casey and Dillon
Is your dog sneaking onto the sofa? Have you caught him lounging in your recliner? If your dog is getting up on furniture that you'd rather he not, first make sure he has a comfortable place to lay. People forget how uncomfortable the floor can be if it's the only option for a bed, so make sure you provide a soft bed or two for him to relax.
If the problem persists, when you catch him on the furniture, tell him no and make him get down. Use the command "Off", not "Down" or you will confuse your dog into thinking he shoud "lay down". Take him to his bed and give him a treat when he lies down in it. Make the furniture as unaccessible as possible, by closing doors or using baby gates, and when you are gone, you can put boxes or lay chairs across sofas to keep them from jumping up on it.
Heartworms are common in dogs throughout the world. They are among the most damaging parasites in dogs but they are almost 100% preventable. Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes and, once mature, they live in the heart and large blood vessels of the lungs. Adult heartworms can measure over one foot in length.
Unfortunately, by the time your dog exhibits symptoms, she may already be in the later stages of the disease. Some symptoms include: coughing, intolerance to exercise, loss of appetite, and lethargy.
If you are unfamiliar with canine heartworms, you may think that the treatment is as simple as the one for, say, roundworms or other commonly found worms in pets. But treatment for this debilitating disease takes months to complete. And the cost is shocking to pet owners that aren't aware of the steps needed to ensure their dog survives treatment. Depending on the weight and condition of you dog, the cost could range from $800-$2,000. The treatment involves a very potent medication requiring your pet to be closely monitored during the long treatment process.
This being the case, itís obvious that preventative treatment is the answer to avoiding the cost and foremost the discomfort of your pet. Preventative medication is usually a monthly flavored tablet that dogs don't mind, and can save you and her both from a lot of pain and heartache.
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