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The Giant Schnauzer : A Complete and Comprehensive Owners Guide To: Buying, Owning, Health, Grooming, Training, Obedience, Understanding and
by Michael Stonewood




Overview -
The Giant Schnauzer is a working breed of dog that originates from Germany and was developed during the 17th century. The breed is also commonly known as the 'Munich Schnauzer, ' the 'Munchener' and the 'Russian Bear Schnauzer.' The breed has a large and varied ancestral history with the most notable breeds being: the Great Dane, the Bouvier des Flandres and the German Pinscher. The first Giant Schnauzer emerged from the German state of Bavaria and was originally considered to be a rough-coated variant of the German Pinscher breed. The breed's hair is believed to have been developed to help the Giant Schnauzer withstand the extreme coldness of the German winter and also to minimize damage from vermin bites. The breed was originally bred and developed to be a multipurpose farm dog and was mainly tasked with guardian property and driving animals to market. By the turn of the 20th century the Giant Schnauzer was a common choice for guarding and watching over factories, breweries, stockyards and butcheries throughout the state of Bavaria. The breed was widely unknown outside Bavaria, until it was used as a military dog during the course of the first and second World Wars. In modern times the Giant Schnauzer is mainly used as a police dog and as a general household companion. The breed makes an excellent police dog and household pet due to the fact that the Giant Schnauzer breed is known to be incredibly loyal, obedient and suspicious of strangers. The temperament of dogs is normally affected by the following factors: individual personality, heredity, training and socialization. It is therefore important to make sure that you meet the puppy's mother before purchasing a Giant Schnauzer. It is also important to make sure to thoroughly socialize your Giant Schnauzer with strangers, children and other animals during its puppyhood. It is important to note that as a working breed, the Giant Schnauzer has a high amount of energy which needs to be expended. If the Giant Schnauzer has a buildup of energy it is likely to develop destructive behaviors due to boredom or hyperactivity. The Giant Schnauzer's coat comes in two color variants: black and a pattern known as pepper and salt. The Giant Schnauzer is a breed of dog that has a double coat. The Giant Schnauzer's outer coat is short, wiry, dense and hard with hairs that stand up from the skin while its undercoat is generally very soft.

Before purchasing any pet it is important to understand that as a pet owner you are responsible for the care and wellbeing of your pet. It is important to try and learn as much as you can about the animal you are considering to keep as a pet to make sure that your lifestyle, household and financial status are suited to provide your pet with the best possible care. This guide has been designed to provide you with both precise and concise information about a Giant Schnauzer's basic needs to help you provide your pet with the best quality care practices. This guide will give an in-depth explanation on training your Giant Schnauzer, raising your Giant Schnauzer from a puppy, grooming, health care and everything in between

"The Giant Schnauzer: A Complete and Comprehensive Owners Guide to: Buying, Owning, Health, Grooming, Training, Obedience, Understanding and Caring for Your Giant Schnauzer," by Michael Stonewood is the perfect purchase or gift for a first time Giant Schnauzer owner. This guide includes sections on caring for a puppy, breeding, health care, training, the basic cost of owning an Giant Schnauzer and much more.

This book is the second edition - the first edition was published by 'Dog Care Professionals.'

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Overview

The Giant Schnauzer is a working breed of dog that originates from Germany and was developed during the 17th century. The breed is also commonly known as the 'Munich Schnauzer, ' the 'Munchener' and the 'Russian Bear Schnauzer.' The breed has a large and varied ancestral history with the most notable breeds being: the Great Dane, the Bouvier des Flandres and the German Pinscher. The first Giant Schnauzer emerged from the German state of Bavaria and was originally considered to be a rough-coated variant of the German Pinscher breed. The breed's hair is believed to have been developed to help the Giant Schnauzer withstand the extreme coldness of the German winter and also to minimize damage from vermin bites. The breed was originally bred and developed to be a multipurpose farm dog and was mainly tasked with guardian property and driving animals to market. By the turn of the 20th century the Giant Schnauzer was a common choice for guarding and watching over factories, breweries, stockyards and butcheries throughout the state of Bavaria. The breed was widely unknown outside Bavaria, until it was used as a military dog during the course of the first and second World Wars. In modern times the Giant Schnauzer is mainly used as a police dog and as a general household companion. The breed makes an excellent police dog and household pet due to the fact that the Giant Schnauzer breed is known to be incredibly loyal, obedient and suspicious of strangers. The temperament of dogs is normally affected by the following factors: individual personality, heredity, training and socialization. It is therefore important to make sure that you meet the puppy's mother before purchasing a Giant Schnauzer. It is also important to make sure to thoroughly socialize your Giant Schnauzer with strangers, children and other animals during its puppyhood. It is important to note that as a working breed, the Giant Schnauzer has a high amount of energy which needs to be expended. If the Giant Schnauzer has a buildup of energy it is likely to develop destructive behaviors due to boredom or hyperactivity. The Giant Schnauzer's coat comes in two color variants: black and a pattern known as pepper and salt. The Giant Schnauzer is a breed of dog that has a double coat. The Giant Schnauzer's outer coat is short, wiry, dense and hard with hairs that stand up from the skin while its undercoat is generally very soft.

Before purchasing any pet it is important to understand that as a pet owner you are responsible for the care and wellbeing of your pet. It is important to try and learn as much as you can about the animal you are considering to keep as a pet to make sure that your lifestyle, household and financial status are suited to provide your pet with the best possible care. This guide has been designed to provide you with both precise and concise information about a Giant Schnauzer's basic needs to help you provide your pet with the best quality care practices. This guide will give an in-depth explanation on training your Giant Schnauzer, raising your Giant Schnauzer from a puppy, grooming, health care and everything in between

"The Giant Schnauzer: A Complete and Comprehensive Owners Guide to: Buying, Owning, Health, Grooming, Training, Obedience, Understanding and Caring for Your Giant Schnauzer," by Michael Stonewood is the perfect purchase or gift for a first time Giant Schnauzer owner. This guide includes sections on caring for a puppy, breeding, health care, training, the basic cost of owning an Giant Schnauzer and much more.

This book is the second edition - the first edition was published by 'Dog Care Professionals.'


This item is Non-Returnable.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781092578066
  • ISBN-10: 1092578064
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: April 2019
  • Page Count: 118
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.28 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds


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