The miniature schnauzer, which has been a distinct breed since 1899, derives from the standard and giant schnauzers that originated in Germany more than 600 years ago. This manual specifies the AKC's official standards for the breed, analyzes a schnauzer's typical behavior patterns, and gives advice on selecting and purchasing, feeding, health care, grooming, training, breedingAaand simply having fun with this energetic and good-natured little dog.These cuts can be deep and they tend to bleed excessively as the dog walks on them. They are usually not sutured but may need bandaging to stop the bleeding and to protect the wound. Vomiting and Diarrhea An isolated episode ofanbsp;...
|Author||:||Karla S. Rugh|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 1997|