Why does my Mini Schnauzer have behavior problems?
If your Mini Schnauzer has developed some behavior problems it is most likely the result of three things. Boredom and pent up energy – being high energy and highly intelligent means your Miniature Schnauzer will require plenty of exercise and activities, enrichment, and mental stimulation.
Who are the people that have a miniature schnauzer?
Bob and Elizabeth Dole have a Miniature Schnauzer called Leader. Errol Flynn had a Miniature Schnauzer Sugar Ray Leonard, the boxing legend has a Miniature Schnauzer
When does a schnauzer start to be destructive?
Destructive behavior usually involves chewing and destroying your property. This can include furniture, clothing, and items around the house. In puppies, a certain amount of destructive chewing is expected as they are exploring the world and around 5 to 6 months will also be teething.
Why does my Mini Schnauzer have diarrhea?
Food allergies could also affect your pooch. If you see vomiting and diarrhea, your mini schnauzer may be dealing with a digestive issue. If your dog is experiencing any of the following symptoms, bring them into the vet’s office immediately.
What should I do if my Miniature Schnauzer has health problems?
Start your Miniature Schnauzer off on the right foot by feeding the right food, giving the right vaccinations, finding the right vet, and if you’re going to spay or neuter, don’t do it too early. Jump down to this list of Miniature Schnauzer Health Problems Or check out my advice for raising a healthy Miniature Schnauzer puppy or adult dog:
What causes liver shunt in a miniature schnauzer?
Liver shunt is a concern in the Miniature Schnauzer. Allergies cause itchy skin in Schnauzers, and constant scratching can break open the skin and lead to infections.
When does epilepsy start in a miniature schnauzer?
Epilepsy (chronic seizures that usually start between ages two and four) is a concern in Miniature Schnauzers. Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (NCL) is a rare but devastating neurodegenerative disease that can appear between ages two and four. Myotonia is an inherited muscle disease in Miniature Schnauzer puppies.