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NEW LITTER ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!
Dixie & Monti are proud to introduce their new litter of Schnoodles, born on August 11, 2011 and will be ready for their new homes October 6, 2011!.
This is a gorgeous litter, check out those spots! We will NOT be docking tails on this litter.
These pictures were taken on October 6, 2011.
Anyway, here they are:
Pink Collar Female
Purple Collar Female
Green Collar Male
Red Collar Male...SOLD & Congrats Dave and Sue from Aurora, CO!
Blue Collar Male
The list for these puppies:
Laura C from Denver, CO***
Dave & Sue from Aurora, CO...Red Collar Male
The prices on the Schnoodle are: Males: $985, Females: $1085.
Let us know if you would like to be on the list for this litter!
The Mom is Shylo, a mini Schnauzer
The dad is Duke, a mini Poodle.
What is a Schnoodle?
The Schnoodle is not a purebred dog. The Schnoodle is very loyal to his family, affectionate, extremely intelligent, easily trained, clever, friendly, fun loving, with plenty of personality! They are good with children and get along fine with other animals. They are great watchdogs because they will let you know when someone is near, but they are non-aggressive. They not yappy dogs unless you allow them to take over your home. They love car rides. This great companion dog excels in obedience, agility, flyball, and make excellent therapy dogs, they are first and foremost a loyal and loving companion! They would be fine in an apartment or on a farm, as long as they are with their family. These dogs are so loyal and affectionate they would not be happy kept outdoors. As far as exercise, the Schnoodle is very adaptable. A game of fetch played in the house or a 5 mile jog, either one is fine with them. Because the Poodle and the Schnauzer both do not shed, the Schnoodle does not shed so they must be brushed weekly and clipped every 6 to 12 weeks depending on the length of hair preferred. Their nails should be kept trimmed. . When combining the 2 you have a very happy, healthy puppy and dog! Ready NOW... www.schnoodlecolorado.com
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