Welcome to Our Puppy Blog!

Welcome to our blog! I am a small hobby breeder of Schnoodle puppies. My Schnoodles are a cross of the White Schnauzer with a Red Poodle. These dogs do not shed, are great for allergy sufferers, are friendly and easily trained.

We have 4 breeding females and sell our puppies face to face as required by APHIS rules for hobby breeders.

Our breeding dogs are from purebred Akc lines and the Schnoodle puppies are registered with ICA (the registry for Designer breed dogs.)

They will be vet checked, have their first set of shots, and be Ugodog Puppy Toilet Trained. But this is just the beginning! Read through our posts to see the special care and attention we give our litter. You will enjoy watching our Growing Puppies!

We sell our puppies through our Waiting list. We do not post them on the blog for purchase. If you wish to be contacted with updates on the next litter email me at GrowingPuppies@gmail.com

Update: We are so excited for our Spring litters that are arriving in June. Now is a great time to get on the Waiting list.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Puppies on the lawn

Here are some more photos from last Saturday.   Playing outside is somewhat new to the puppies, so they are a bit unsure at times...but they quickly realized how fun it is to run free.  I took as many pictures as I could to try and capture the cuteness before they get too fast on their feet.  I uploaded a lot of photos...I trust you will not get puppy overload!



Pepper and Chili







5 weeks old Schnoodles

Last Saturday I was carrying the puppies outside to let them run around.  They looked so cute in their basket I took some pictures to share....

While the other puppies are still not quite sure what they should do in this basket, Frosty is already thinking about his escape!


Cheerio is wondering if climbing over Frosty is the best way out.




Cheerio .


Sunday, June 14, 2015

Puppy Color on Sleeping puppies

Here is a photo of some sleeping puppies taken for the purpose of showing their color relative to one another.  It is funny but they look so different in the front view photos.  Frosty looks more apricot when looking at his face.  But his body is still very light.   Cheerio, looks very much like Frosty's front photo....but as you can see he sometimes looks much more apricot.  And Peppers front body shot also looks very much like Chili, but his fur is still slightly lighter.  These puppies are little cameleons.  Depending on how the light hits their fur it can look a little different.

Saturday, June 13, 2015

4 Week Old Toy Schnoodles

Our Schnoodle Puppies have turned 4 weeks old today.  Their growth charts are indicating they will grow to be between 6-7 lbs as adults.    I am selling the red puppies for more than the lighter colors because it is such a rare color to get.  Genetically there are no Red Schnauzers, so I cannot breed exclusively for red.  But by choosing white females and breeding with a dark red poodle with a solid red pedigree there are more chances of getting some red.

We also have some very tiny puppies here.  Typically Teacup Schnauzer 5 lbs sell for $2500.00 or more.  I expect these little guys will be slightly bigger than that, though still tiny Toy size.  I am starting the lighter colored puppies at the $1500.00 price since we were not expecting such little puppies.  We have all males in this litter, but please keep in mind that in future litters, females will cost $50.00 more than males. (as they are in higher demand.)

All the puppies have very thick soft coats.  I am giving each of them a sanitary trim today....their fur is getting long.  It will get much fluffier in the next few weeks.

Pepper Price:  $1700.00 --  SOLD to Hilda pending payment
Pepper is 4 weeks old today.  He is measuring to be a Tiny Toy Schnoodle about 5-7 lbs as an adult.  He has a super soft red coat which is really going to come out thick in the next few weeks.

Another Pepper photo

This is Chili.  ($1700.00 ) -----    SOLD. Pending Payment
This is Chili.  He is just slightly darker than Pepper, but they are pretty close.  He also is just a bit bigger, but not by much.  He will weigh between 5-7 lbs as an adult.  He has a super thick soft coat.

Chili strikes a beautiful puppy pose!    Chili is SOLD to Shelly

Cheerio   Price $1500.00  -  SOLD to Heather  pending payment
Cheerio is going to have a beautiful thick coat like the others.  He will be 6-7 lbs as an adult.

This is Cheerio....though he and Frosty look very similar!

Frosty Price  $1500.00  - Sold to Patricia - pending payment
Frosty is the largest puppy of the litter.  But not by much.  He will weigh about 7 lbs as an adult.  His head tends toward the apricot color, and his body is lighter.

Frosty at 4 weeks old

Monday, June 8, 2015

More 3 week Puppy Photos!

I took this photo of my daughter holding Frosty, so you could get an idea of their real size.  They are still really squirmy little puppies and prefer to be with their litter mates.
Frosty's fur is starting to come out apricot colored.  So much for the name Frosty!.

Frosty at 3 weeks old.

Here is our smallest puppy, Pepper....




Our cream Puppy, Cheerio....


And finally, here is Chili...looking rather sleepy.
Sleepy Chili

Wake up Chili!

Friday, June 5, 2015

3 Week old Tiny Toy Schnoodle update

Frosty watches me set up the puppy pen.

On Saturday Coco's puppies turned 3 weeks old!   Right on cue they started getting out of the Baby Pool.  I thought since they were so tiny they would take longer to do that then the Miniature Schnoodles.  But not no so.  Even though they are tinier than the Mini Schnoodle puppies at this same age, they seem to be just as agile. Somehow by stretching their little bodies up tall and digging their little claws into the pool cover, they can pull themselves over the edge.  So here we have it.  Time to move the litter to the Puppy Pen!

The puppy pen consists of 4 panels that are 36" long on each side.  I keep one corner open and attach a blue plastic box to the sides.  This gives a corner where Coco can easily jump in....but the puppies cannot get out.  Coco can nurse the litter whenever she wants, and I do not have to be a door lady!

The puppies look so tiny in the little pen.
Coco stretches out to nurse her puppies.

The puppies at this point are much more mobile.  They are sturdy on their feet but still slow in their movement.  They will get up and walk over to the edge of the pen when they see Coco nearby. They yip and whine when they want to eat.  Generally they like to stay close to one another and show signs of early play....even growling in their tiny puppy way as they attempt to be impressive.  They are still such babies...but definitely puppies through and through!

Yesterday I started the litter on solid food.   Just a tiny bit of mush right now.  They were getting really noisy,and Coco was not anxious to answer the call...so I figured it would be good to start them on real food.  They seemed to enjoy it!.

I also discovered that the puppies needed a bit of fur trimming today.  Their fur is super soft and thick and will grow right into the corners of their eyes if not managed.  So I took my little trimmers out and snipped a little bit near their eyes.  I think they will appreciate that!

Frosty at 3 weeks old.

Monday, June 1, 2015

They just get cuter every day!

Look Frosty's eyes are open!

Pepper is steeling my heart!

Another photo of Pepper

Sleepy puppy!