Standard Schnauzers are not always easy to find since they are not bred in great numbers.
The best place to find a Standard Schnauzer puppy is from a breeder who is a member of the
Standard Schnauzer Club of America (SSCA). The SSCA ethical breeder does not breed merely
to sell dogs, but to continue to improve upon a lineage that he/she considers to be the best.
Buying from a breeder will involve a process of matching of puppy and buyer and development
of a partnership between breeder and buyer to ensure the lifelong well-being of the puppy.
However, the purchase of a puppy also involves a business transaction. Prospective owners
of a puppy should have written contracts/agreements regarding (1) deposits for puppies,
(2) the terms of sale, (3) any guarantees and/or replacement, and (4) terms of co-ownership (if appropriate).
Please note, the next 5 links take you to the AKC website. Use your borwser's back button to
return to this page.
A good source of information when considering the addition of a new family member is the
AKC puppies page. Of special interest are the
Be a Responsible Dog Owner material, and also information regarding:
When buying a Standard Schnauzer, the buyer should receive the following at time of purchase:
Sales Agreement signed by the "Seller" and the "Buyer" listing price and specific obligations
of both "Buyer" and "Seller", any conditions regarding return of puppy, if this becomes necessary,
and, as appropriate, terms of (co-)ownership.
Signed AKC Registration Application (or Registration Transfer).
Complete health records, including vaccinations and instructions for future health care.
Pedigree showing AKC registered names and numbers of parents and grandparents.
A list of SSCA Members who subscribe to our Breeders Listing Service is provided as a service.
Scroll down to see the list or contact Breeders' Referral Chairman,
or Phone: 201-825-0462.
For a list of kennels that may currently have puppies, please go to the litters page.
The SSCA does not license or endorse any breeders, including those listed on this site.
The SSCA does not monitor the conduct of these individuals and has no control over the
breeding or business practices of the listed individuals. The SSCA makes no warranty or
guarantee as to the health, quality, parentage or value of a dog. The SSCA assumes NO
liability and accepts NO responsibility for any transactions between a breeder/seller
and you, the buyer. These listings are provided as a service to the public.
After visiting the webpage of a breeder, remember to use your browser's
back button to return to this page. We do have plans to allow you to find
a breeder by state.
No part of this web site may be reproduced or stored or transmitted in any form,
or by any means, without the written permission from the Standard Schnauzer Club of America