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About Our Program

Laurel Crown Schnauzers takes a holistic approach to raising and parenting our mini schnauzers.  Every effort is put into ensuring that our dogs and puppies have all the resources needed to thrive to their full potential.  Beginning at three days of life, our newborn puppies are put through a daily neurological stimulation protocol (ENS) to stimulate their mental development and boost their physical health, which gives them an invaluable advantage!  It has shown to be an essential practice in producing emotionally stable and confident dogs with enhanced critical-thinking abilities.  

About The Breed

The miniature schnauzer is a small energetic terrier that originated in Germany in the mid–to–late 19th century.  

The word “schnauzer” means “beard,” and in Germany, the miniature schnauzer is known as the Zwergschnauzer (zwerg meaning “dwarf”). Their bodies are stocky, compact, and square. Originally bred as hunters, ratters and guard dogs to work on farms, miniature schnauzers are believed to have long beards and mustaches to protect them from bites to the snout.  Being a very vocal breed with a keen sense of smell and intense prey drive, this is the perfect job for the miniature schnauzer!

What Drives Us

Our Mission

It is our mission at Laurel Crown Schnauzers to breed companion miniature schnauzers of the highest standards.  As a small home-based preservation breeding program, quality bloodlines and health are our top priority. All sires and dams are registered, DNA tested, genetic tested, and eyes certified by a board-certified Veterinarian Ophthalmologist. We will never breed a dog that does not meet our criteria for excellence in health, temperament, and appearance. As members of our family, puppies are raised in a nursery inside our home with constant monitoring, love & kisses.

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Phone & Email

903-521-5568
laurelcrownschnauzers@gmail.com

Address

Hopkins County, Texas