Miniature Schnauzers

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Barron's Educational Series, 1997 - 96 pages
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The miniature schnauzer, which has been a distinct breed since 1899, derives from the standard and giant schnauzers that originated in Germany more than 600 years ago. This manual specifies the AKC's official standards for the breed, analyzes a schnauzer's typical behavior patterns, and gives advice on selecting and purchasing, feeding, health care, grooming, training, breedingĀ—and simply having fun with this energetic and good-natured little dog.
 

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Contents

Preface
5
Understanding Your Miniature
12
Selecting Your Miniature
19
Raising Your Miniature Schnauzer
26
Knowing the Limits
32
Feeding Your Miniature Schnauzer
39
What Not to Feed
46
Signs of Illness
55
Internal Parasites
62
Dental Care
68
Anal Glands
74
Beyond Basic Training
80
Breeding Your Miniature
81
Having Fun with Your Miniature
89
Index
95
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About the author (1997)

KARLA RUGH, DVM, PhD, is a practicing veterinarian, consultant, and writer in Rocheport, Missouri. She has twice received the National Institutes of Health Research Service Award.

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