(Cee Cees mom Joann)
I started looking for a Miniature Schnauzer,
I made calls to several breeders. When I visited with Chris, she was so patient and answered all my questions. I was very
impressed by the time and effort she puts into placing a puppy with the right home. After many calls I made the decision
to get my puppy. I called Chris numerous times and she was always so gracious and took time to answer all my questions.
Chris was so attentive to the process. I named my puppy (CeeCee) so she started calling her
by her name and she had me send an article (clothing, pillow case, towel, or etc.) to put in her crate with my scent.
We went to pick CeeCee up and it was love at first sight. The love and tenderness with which the puppies
are welcomed into the world gives them such a wonderful introduction to life.
Chris gave me so much
helpful information and had even shopped for me so the leash and collar and brushes there for me when I picked up CeeCee.
She even sent food with me for a few days. Chris goes above and beyond before and after you get one of her puppies to
assist with any questions. She is just as dedicated and helpful after the purchase and pick up of the puppy as she was
before the purchase of the puppy.
CeeCee settled in with such ease. The work that Chris had done crate training CeeCee
made the transition so much easier for me and puppy. Also all that love and attention creates such a sense of security
with the puppy. She is a wonderful little puppy and has adapted so easily and I credit that to Chris and the wonderful
love and care she gives all her puppies. She gives such personal attention to the puppies and to the person getting
the puppy, it is amazing.
I would recommend to anyone considering getting a miniature schnauzer to call and visit with Chris.
from Texas)Well, I just wanted to let you know how happy I am with Paris - she is just perfect, we now call her Perfect Paris
Honestly, she is just so sweet and beautiful. You guys did a great job socializing her. She has
never missed a beat - acts like she's been with us all along. My daughter came over yesterday and was just enamoured
with her personality - she's so outgoing. I got a really cute picture of her sleeping in the toy bucket yesterday,
but I accidentally deleted all of the pics off my camera before downloading them. I'm sure I'll get more in
the next few days. And, the cat, oh my God, the cat. They love each other! At first, she was a little timid
around the cat (for all of 2 seconds!) - but then she warmed right up. The cat is an outdoor cat so he craves attention when
any of us goes outside. Unfortunately, this made potty training a little difficult because when I take her outside all
she wants to do is play with the cat (and visa versa). So, I got wise to that, and when I take her out, I put the cat
in the house, and then she has no problem doing her business. It just took me a little while to figure that one out!
- Melissa, Texas
I hope your kids enjoy the pictures. Roxy is awesome! We take her to the yacht club often
and she soaks up a ton of attention.
We all feel so fortunate to have her in our lives, we couldn't ask
for a better dog/companion/bed warmer/ floor cleaner/
face licker and best friend to everyone.
Hi Kelly, (asked for references)
I read the bio on Stitch and he sounds just like Roxy. Roxy is pretty
much house trained also, that is a big bonus getting a house trained
puppy with all his shots. Roxy is very
playful with our other
schnauzer, Bailey (6yrs) and with the children. We have more fun just
her run around playing by herself, she loves to chase a ping
pong ball and a stuffed squirrel. She also gets the
older dog going,
every morning after they go outside they wrestle around on the
carpet. As far as
the children, she's playful and loving. Roxy loves
to lick, especially when you pick her up. I feel very lucky,
not chewed on furniture, shoes or anything like that. Roxy is not a
but she will bark when she can't get to me downstairs
(Roxy can go upstairs but has not attempted down) or
when she sees
another dog or person near our yard. When I put her in her kennel,
she's quiet and
either chews on her toys or sleeps. Roxy is in a
larger kennel now, she can see what's going on and our other
likes to be in with her.
I couldn't ask for a better puppy, she's loving and cuddly and also
fun and playful.
I have had many schnauzers in my life and one never knows what kind
they will have? I can't tell you how lucky I am to
have found Roxy.
If you have any other questions please
feel free to email. If you do
end up getting Stitch I would love to know what state he will live
how everything goes for you?
Take Care and Good Luck,
Kelly- (asked for a reference)
got my puppy last friday, I got Cally from the
website, but I renamed her Chloe. I probably could
talk on and on
about my positive experiences with
Chris, so if you want to call me I am available at
I have been looking
for puppies for about a year and
after talking to breeders and actually going to some
breeders (of which I wasn't
impressed bc they sold
tons of puppies --- puppy mill)--- I randomly stumbled
on Chris' website and gave her
a call. From the first
minute I talked to her I knew she was great. She
answered all my questions and even told
me things I
didn't even know about breeders. I live in Wisconsin
and thus picked up Chloe at the airport, all
was seamless. I was very nervous, but Chloe was on the
flight Chris told me she was and in a cute little
crate with blankets, toys, and an envelope with very
important information about her, training stuff, info
raising mini schnauzers, food samples, etc.
It is hard to tell you too much about my puppy since
every puppy is
a lot of work (just like having a
child), but so far so good. Just took Chloe to the vet
for a puppy check, he said
she looks great. Even though I have my puppy, she has even responded
very quickly to various questions i have about Chloe.
So, to sum things up, Chris is a great breeder. Very
honest, willing to answer lots of questions (I think I
spent around 2-3 hours on the phone talking with