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  • First Aid
    Suffering from a bee sting, runny tummy, cut into the nail quick or had a little mishap around the house, then you can find some friendly advice here on how to deal with life's little accidents and help your dog recover quickly or calm them down, so you can get them to the vet. If in any doubt about an illness or injury, please contact your vet as soon as possible.
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    151 Posts
    Last post Re: Itchy Dog
    by Robin black mini View the latest post
    22 May 2018, 12:41
  • Feeding
    Need help or advice on feeding your Schnauzer, whether it be kibble or treats, you'll find the information here. There is food reviews, recipes, remedies for poorly tummies and a wealth of feeding knowledge from your fellow Schnauzer owner. We cover BARF in a separate section.
    911 Topics
    11867 Posts
    Last post Re: Undigested lentils
    by Oscar 12345 View the latest post
    14 Aug 2018, 14:47
  • BARF or raw feeding
    BARF refers to Biologically Appropriate Raw food or Bones and Raw Food. It is where owners have decided to feed their Schnauzer a natural diet of raw meat, bones, and organs. If you are considering this for your Schnauzer, you will find lots of handy tips here.
    380 Topics
    4444 Posts
    Last post Re: How much raw for my giant…
    by henry101 View the latest post
    22 Feb 2018, 09:56
  • Healthcare and Welfare
    Looking after the health and welfare of your Schnauzer can be a full time job. You will find information on neutering, spaying, vaccinations, vet visits, upset tummies, Schnauzer bumps and much more here. Ask a question and someone will have had a similar experience. We also appreciate updates on how your Schnauzer is recuperating. A separate section is dedicated to our older Schnauzers.
    Subforum: Living with the older schnauzer.
    1198 Topics
    16604 Posts
    Last post Re: One of the K9 baby teeth …
    by Oscar 12345 View the latest post
    13 Aug 2018, 12:07
  • Puppy Care
    Everything you need to know about bringing a puppy into your life starts here. How to find that Schnauzer puppy, what to look for in a breeder, early care, training and feeding are all covered. We even cover Schnauzer crocodile teeth.
    513 Topics
    4618 Posts
    Last post Re: Puppy first nights
    by Oscar 12345 View the latest post
    14 Aug 2018, 16:51
  • Training, Behaviour and Dog Sport
    Training, Behaviour and Dog Sport all have their own section, so please post your question where you feel it is most appropriate.
    Subforums: Training, Behaviour, Dog Sport
    851 Topics
    10569 Posts
    Last post Re: Puppy is aggressive biting
    by Schnauzer Sam View the latest post
    14 Aug 2018, 22:11
  • Grooming
    Grooming is an important part of looking after your Schnauzer. Regular grooming will help keep your Schnauzer healthy and comfortable and you will spot potential problems early. Whether you decide to clip or strip your Schnauzer, help is on hand. Schnauzers are generally a non-shedding breed and will require a fair amount of grooming to get rid of dead hair.
    799 Topics
    9802 Posts
    Last post Re: Edie's grooming journey b…
    by Oscar 12345 View the latest post
    12 Aug 2018, 15:26
  • Best in Show
    If your Schnauzer is Best in Show at the county fair or CRUFTS, share it with all of us. You will find show listings along with results from the various dog shows around the country. You will more than likely spot a few members in the show ring.
    409 Topics
    4613 Posts
    Last post Sandringham Church, Norfolk, …
    by Bellamia View the latest post
    05 Jun 2017, 18:17
  • Breeding
    Information on finding your puppy, the Assured Breeders Scheme, the Kennel Club and issues relating to breeding your Schnauzer are dealt with in this section.
    270 Topics
    7156 Posts
    Last post Re: Puppy Advice: Protective …
    by Kazzi View the latest post
    21 Jun 2018, 14:22
  • Living with a Rescue or Rehome
    If you have recently taken in a rescue Schnauzer or rehomed a Schnauzer and need some advice, then please feel free to ask here. Whether it be about integrating your new dog into your home, health or behavioural issues, someone is sure to be able to help.
    62 Topics
    906 Posts
    Last post Re: Taking in new buddy after…
    by Kris10Joy7 View the latest post
    26 Jul 2018, 17:55

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