After getting along with German Shepherds, Penny, Zorin and Tawnee, we went to fetch the two Schnauzers, Chloe and Bella. They were excited, as always, to see their walkers and their friends. Bella walked with Roxy, and Chloe teamed up with Ozzy. On the walk we noticed many other dogs of Cresta that wanted to come out and play, and these Schnauzers seemed to be very interested in interacting with them. We moved on though, and they focused their attention on sniffing about the suburb. At one point on one of the quieter roads, there was a lady and daughter in the car, on the way to school, who slowed down so they could catch a good look at all these beautiful dogs. These dogs of Cresta were sad to say goodbye to their friends and go home. Chloe and Bella were happy to be home but weren’t ready yet to say goodbye. We assured them we would be seeing them very shortly for another exciting adventure!
A Little About These Lovely Dogs…
A Miniature Schnauzer is intelligent and learns quickly. Bored during rainy weather? Teach your Schnauzer tricks — he’s a great tricks dog. Smart enough to learn anything, he excels at feats that involve jumping on his sturdy little legs. He can be trained easily (one of the upsides of that native intelligence), so he tends to do well in obedience and agility competitions. Miniature Schnauzers also participate in earthdog trials and often excel at them. After all, digging is what they were bred to do. That also means you can expect the occasional decapitated rodent on your doorstep. Unlike a cat’s offering, this is not a love gift but spoils going to the warrior who nailed the beast.
Source: Dog Time
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