My wee girl Milla.

The Miniature Schnauzer is a smallest dog in the Schnauzer breed and originated in the mid-to-late 19th Century from Germany. The Miniature Schnauzer is a cross between the Standard Schnauzer and other smaller breeds such as the Poodle. A miniature Schnauzer is a spunky, but aloof dog who does things their own way. They tend to be good guard dogs without the tendency to bite.
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Re: My wee girl Milla.

Post by schnauzer » 20 May 2018, 12:14

Oscar 12345 wrote:
20 May 2018, 11:35
Fab photos, makes me want to find a beach.....


Julie we walk on that spot of beach when we go to visit our friends in Fife...🐾🐾
Christine & Gino (Siglette Shadow (born 9/5/17

Suzi (15/5/04---13/4/17) (Sugarbabe) RIP loved you to the moon & back, miss you so so much precious girl

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Re: My wee girl Milla.

Post by Oscar 12345 » 20 May 2018, 16:32

Very envious Christine.
Otto's motto - Everything's a toy unless it's edible...

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Re: My wee girl Milla.

Post by Bodee » 20 May 2018, 17:37

Earlsferry is also a nice beach Christine but they have a summer ban on dogs, or at least they used to. It also tends to be a bit busier.

Some photos taken to-day. The last one is my groomers "overkill kit" drawer. :( which I reckon will have paid for itself after 2-3 years.) :)

Milla at rest in her double bed after an afternoon chasing about the park.

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Milla with her favourite toy. She knocks the stuffing out of it in about 15 mis after being given a fresh one. She got this one yesterday.

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Resting in the shade.

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"Just try and get it off me Dad, I promise I'll let you - this time" And I fall for it every time.

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Re: My wee girl Milla.

Post by Bodee » 20 May 2018, 17:43

Schnauzer Sam wrote:
19 May 2018, 15:14
Boyd,

I'm not surprised she didn't fancy the water. The North Sea wouldn't appeal to me either unless it was heated!

She looks a very contented wee bundle with your sister.
Sam, she is really a joy outside. She has already outgrown her "here's a pal let me see if I can wind him/her up" stage. She seems to pick things up very quickly.

She absolutely adores my sister and I often overhear her asking her to "take me away from that old bugger" :)

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Re: My wee girl Milla.

Post by Schnauzer Sam » 20 May 2018, 19:26

She's just adorable in those photographs, Boyd. Funny what amuses them. It's like kids from 30 years ago who often preferred to play with the box their present came in!

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Re: My wee girl Milla.

Post by mikegoodson1 » 10 Jul 2018, 09:12

Hi Boyd - I hope you and Milla are keeping well - any updated pictures for us? Milla must be coming up to nearly a year old soon :)

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