Upcoming Litters Due Nov-Dec 2019
Buyers Beware of Merle and Blue Eyed Schnauzers
You have the power to stop the production of handicapped dogs
All of us breeders that know the introduction of the Merle and blue eyes is not a good breeding practice, ask you to please help us keep these bad genes from bleeding any more into the beautiful, fun and loving Miniature Schnauzer breed we cherish so much.
Puppy buyers, educate yourself before you fall prey to breeders that are only breeding for the novelty of an unusual color, and not for the integrity of the breed. Do a simple Google search using the terms: dangers of the Merle gene. You will be shocked and hopefully moved to reconsider the purchase of a "Merle Schnauzer."
Buyers beware and say "no" to the current Designer dog fad referred to as a "Merle Schnauzer." The Merle pattern is not a part of the Miniature Schnauzer history. AKC, the American Kennel Club, does not recognize the Merle pattern in Miniature Schnauzers (it is not a color). A "Merle Schnauzer," or any non-Merle colored puppy from a Merle breeding, cannot legitimately be registered with AKC and hopefully it never will be.
BEWARE OF THE MSCA registration. It isn't worth the paper on which it's printed. MSCA does not stand for the Miniature Schnauzer Club of America. It is the Merle Schnauzer Club of America. It is a worthless registry these breeders are using to register both their Merle and non-Merle colored puppies. This is especially problematic with the non-Merle puppies produced from a Merle breeding that may look very similar to a traditional colored Miniature Schnauzer. Buyers believe they are purchasing a Miniature Schnauzer ("well hey, it comes with MSCA registration it must be legit") when in actuality they are purchasing a mixed breed Schnauzer that cannot be registered with AKC.