Fanta C Giant Schnauzers is a husband and wife team devoted to educating, promoting and advancing information and awareness pertaining to Giant Schnauzers. Our Giant Schnauzers are award winning exemplary dogs trained and cared for with the utmost attention and love.
Fanta C Giant Schnauzers are bred for temperament. The fact that we breed and produce Champions is second in importance to us. Our Giants must be loyal and loving to family, and accept company when asked to. They must possess the courage to be guardian of family and property as well. Prior to breeding, our Giants are screened free of breed related health concerns. We encourage anyone considering a Giant Schnauzer for show, working, or as a loving family member, to come and meet our dogs. We invite you to view our dogs by clicking the links on the left. Pedigrees have been included for your convenience
Bob and I began our devotion to the Giant Schnauzer in the late 80’s. Our first Giant, Majescos, instilled in us great respect for the intelligence and stamina of the breed. Her loyalty and devotion to our family never faltered throughout her 15 years. We came to understand and admire the “heart” of the breed through her example. Producing Champions is our objective with every breeding, but our obligation to the breed is to produce correct temperament. FANTA C Giant Schnauzers are not only for the show ring but family companions as well. The Giant Schnauzer breed standard defines our conformation requirements. Our Giants have proven themselves in the ring and are Champions of record or are of champion quality. Foremost though, they must exhibit correct temperament.
We begin the socializing process the day the puppy is born. Each puppy is bottle fed with goat’s milk or puppy formula at least once a day to ensure the human connection and to assist the mother’s care. During the weaning process we introduce the puppy to strangers of all ages on a daily basis. Grooming is introduced early to acquaint them with basic care. Following ear cropping by a veterinary specialist, we begin individual training. We encourage the puppies to ask to go out, thereby building a communication system to assist with housebreaking . When their ears are comfortable they begin wearing collars and we do a little play training with a lead. Some puppies will know how to sit for a treat by 7 or 8 weeks of age. Some will be retrieving or playing tug toy games. All puppies are introduced to strangers of all ages as early as possible. My home based grooming shop supplies me with dog loving clients who happily indulge my request for puppy interaction. Our care doesn’t stop when the puppy leaves, though. We will be here to assist and help in every way that we can throughout the dogs lifetime. Perhaps you are undecided whether a Giant Schnauzer will fit well into your household, or perhaps you already know. Either way, don't hesitate to call with questions or to schedule a visit.
Nancy Nier Prince and Bob Prince.
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