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Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Breed: Schnoodle
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 3 months 16 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: No
Neutered: No
KC Registered: No
Published on: 12 February 2020
Location: Swadlincote, Derbyshire

Advert Details

Well what can I say, what a event and joyful experiance this has been indeed.
It is now coming to the end of this wonderful experiance and we are now looking for 5 star homes for the puppies.

Our absolutly beautiful miniture Schnauzer gave birth to her brood late December 2019. She is just one of a kind and absolutly amazing around children, gentle to give treats to, very considerate when out on walks and upon meeting other dogs, she is extremly friendly and loves fuss but she is not needy and is independant, she is not clingy and will go off and do her own thing.

Puppies dad is a small toy Poodle named Alfie. He was a very gentle, dainty little boy with a beautiful nature, happy to come and say hello and play fetch and good with the children.

Mummy seems to of enjoyed being a parent and feeding her puppies, playing with them and teaching them manners.

Now I feel that the important bits are done and got them to this age it is now time that we start looking for the right homes for the puppies.
The puppies are used to young children so that won't be a problem them going to families with little ones however I wouldn't advice crawling babys be where puppies run round.
They are used to all the natural normal house noises including the vaccuum, washer, noisey children etc.
They have not yet been outdoors yet as they can not go out till 10 weeks plus but they do hear the cars/vans/lorrys passing outside.
They will require a daily brush and a groom every 6-8 weeks when they are older. I wash their ears daily and clipped their claws twice now. Their teeth are now cut and I am teaching them 'no' when trying to nibble my feet and have picked that up well.
They respond to noise very well at play time and at meal time - they sleep very well through the night, naturally routines will change when they move home but to try and keep everything as easy as possible for the puppies and for the new owners I will type up my daily routine and what they have recieved and had up to date.

They are currently eating AVA puppy purchased from pets at home and I am currently feeding that 4 times a day - I do make it soggy with boiled bottled water.
They have been fully wormed with Panacure 10%
They have not had any flea treatment given as we don't have Fleas here however if you own a cat and do want me to apply Frontline to the puppy whilst here please do say.

Hygeine/clenliness and health is my main priority when it comes to my dogs, blankets are changed twice a day and i do their washing every night and hung to dry ready for the next day. Their food and water bowls are washed 3 times a day and fresh water twice a day unless they go empty then I wipe round it and top it up.
Puppies pee and poo on puppy pads and if their is accident on the flooring I do make sure it is wiped with a kitchen towel, sprayed with disinfectant and then sprayed over with dettol aerosol spray so please please when you come to view the puppies make sure that you have not been exposed to any other puppies, i have put alot of time and money into making sure i have brought them up correctly in the right enviroment and the last thing I want is for people going from a sick litter and coming to my litter.

They are going for their health check and vaccination this weekend where they will be given the once over and their innoculations.
They have been microchipped already and I will transfer the microchip into the new owners name and address.

I will take photos and upload them as and when i take them so please do not ask for individual photos - meeting the puppies and seeing what they are all about is better then picking by a photo is much more sensisble.

If you feel that you can take on one of our little precious darlings please call/text/email.
Phoning us will be the quickest option.


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