Pennsylvania Miniature Schnauzer Puppies For Sale

Pennsylvania miniature schnauzer puppies for sale

Yes, we have Pennsylvania Miniature Schnauzer puppies for sale!  As Miniature Schnauzer Breeders located in Northern Indiana, we are a short drive from Pennsylvania.  At Fernweh Schnauzers, we specialize in breeding health tested, well rounded miniature schnauzer puppies for sale in a family oriented environment.  We health test all of our parents and rely on a support system of schnauzer expert veterinarians to maintain one of the highest quality breeding programs in the country.

All of our miniature schnauzer puppies for sale undergo a rigorous socialization program and early neurological stimulation.  Because we are miniature schnauzer breeders with a young family, our children play an integral part of early puppy stimulation.  We intentionally introduce our miniature schnauzer puppies to as many stretching experiences and environments as possible to prepare them for life outside of our home.

As Miniature Schnauzer Breeders located near Pennsylvania, we find many potential adopters that are interested in our breeding program.  If you are in the market for a new miniature schnauzer companion, feel free to contact us and start a conversation.  If you do decide that we are a good fit we are only a short drive away!

Available Puppies

Franklin (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Tanner (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Felicity (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Andy (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Floyd (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

AJ (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Duke (male)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Available

Damien (male)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Available

Levi (male)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Available

Ebony (female)

Color: (Black)

Available

Eve (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Ella (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Esther (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Kai (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Leo Bonaventura

Tiff (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Ashley Dickes

Thea (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Deanna Critzman

Anna (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Leo Bonaventura

Lucky (male)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Reserved for Mike S.

Leo (male)

Color: (Parti)

Reserved for Jas Molina

Finn (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Memo Torres

Allie (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Stacey Williamson

Lyla (female)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Reserved for Cynthia Vlasich

Kara (female)

Color: (Liver Parti)

Reserved for Angie Caldwell

Tilly (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Thomas Cherukara

Dana (female)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Reserved for Tracey Kisly

Keegan (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Natalie Bultemeier

Rose (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Lee Zimmerman

Things to do in Pennsylvania with your Miniature Schnauzer

Pennsylvania is a wonderful state for dog owners, and there is plenty to do and see with your miniature schnauzer. From hiking and exploring nature to visiting historic landmarks and pet-friendly attractions, there is something for everyone in the Keystone State.

State Parks and Nature Reserves

One of the best things to do with your miniature schnauzer in Pennsylvania is to explore the many state parks and nature reserves. The state is home to over 100 state parks, each with its unique natural beauty and attractions. From the rolling hills of Moraine State Park to the breathtaking views of Ricketts Glen, there is no shortage of places to hike, bike, and picnic with your furry friend. Most state parks in Pennsylvania allow dogs on-leash, and some even have off-leash dog areas, so be sure to check the park’s regulations before heading out.

History

If you and your pup love history, Pennsylvania is the perfect destination for you. The state played a significant role in American history, and there are many historic landmarks and sites that you can visit with your miniature schnauzer. Philadelphia, the birthplace of American independence, is a must-visit destination for history buffs. Explore Independence National Historical Park, where you can see the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and other historic sites. Your furry friend is welcome in the park’s outdoor areas, but keep them on-leash and clean up after them.

Gettysburg National Military Park

Another historical destination worth visiting is the Gettysburg National Military Park, where you and your miniature schnauzer can walk in the footsteps of soldiers who fought during the Civil War. Explore the battlefield, see historic monuments and memorials, and learn about the history of this critical conflict. Dogs are welcome in the park but must be on-leash.

Pet-Friendly Attractions

If you’re looking for pet-friendly attractions, Pennsylvania has plenty of options to choose from. For a fun and interactive experience, visit the Crayola Experience in Easton, where your miniature schnauzer can join you on a colorful adventure. This attraction features hands-on activities, including creating your own crayon, and your furry friend is welcome to explore with you.

Philadelphia Zoo

Another pet-friendly attraction in Pennsylvania is the Philadelphia Zoo, where your miniature schnauzer can accompany you on a day of animal watching. Dogs are allowed in the zoo’s outdoor areas, but they must be on-leash, and some areas are off-limits. Check the zoo’s website for specific regulations and policies regarding pets.

Restaurants and Cafes

If you and your furry friend are foodies, Pennsylvania has an impressive culinary scene with many pet-friendly restaurants and cafes. Many outdoor seating areas at restaurants welcome dogs, so you can enjoy a delicious meal while your miniature schnauzer relaxes by your feet. The city of Pittsburgh, in particular, is known for its dog-friendly dining options, including the pet-friendly patio at the restaurant Meat and Potatoes, where you can enjoy delicious comfort food with your pup by your side.

Wineries and Breweries

For a fun day out, visit a pet-friendly winery or brewery in Pennsylvania. Many wineries and breweries in the state welcome dogs, and some even offer pet-friendly accommodations. For example, the DogHouse Hotel and Brewery in Pittsburgh features rooms designed specifically for dogs, as well as an on-site brewery and restaurant.

Events and Festivals

Pennsylvania is also home to several dog-friendly events and festivals throughout the year. The Great Allentown Fair, for example, features a “Paws on the Pavement” event, where dogs are welcome to participate in various activities and competitions. The Pittsburgh Pet Expo is another popular event that features a range of pet-friendly vendors, demonstrations, and competitions.

In conclusion, Pennsylvania offers an abundance of activities and experiences for dog owners and their furry companions. From exploring the state’s natural beauty to visiting historic landmarks, pet-friendly attractions, and attending dog-friendly events, there is something for everyone in the great state of Pennsylvania.

FAQ’s

Q: What should I consider before getting a Miniature Schnauzer in Pennsylvania?

A: Before bringing home a Miniature Schnauzer in Pennsylvania, consider your lifestyle, living space, and commitment to training and grooming. These dogs are known for their energetic and intelligent nature, requiring regular exercise, mental stimulation, and grooming.

Q: What health concerns should I be aware of in Mini Schnauzers?

A: Miniature Schnauzers may be prone to certain health issues like pancreatitis, diabetes, and skin disorders. Regular veterinary check-ups, a balanced diet, and proper grooming can help prevent and manage these concerns.

Q: How much exercise do Mini Schnauzers need in Pennsylvania?

A: Mini Schnauzers are an active breed that requires daily exercise. Plan for at least 30-60 minutes of walks, playtime, or other physical activities to keep them happy and healthy, considering the weather conditions in Pennsylvania.

Q: Are Miniature Schnauzers good with families and children?

A: Generally, Mini Schnauzers are known for being good family dogs. They are affectionate and get along well with children, but early socialization and proper training are crucial to ensure positive interactions.

Q: What grooming routine is recommended for Mini Schnauzers in Pennsylvania?

A: Miniature Schnauzers have a distinctive coat that requires regular grooming. Brush their wiry coat a few times a week, trim their hair every 6-8 weeks, and keep their ears clean to prevent infections. Regular teeth brushing is also important.

Q: How do I deal with the cold winters in Pennsylvania when owning a Miniature Schnauzer?

A: Mini Schnauzers have a double coat that provides some protection against the cold, but they may appreciate a sweater or jacket during extreme cold weather in Pennsylvania. Ensure their paws are protected from ice and snow, and limit outdoor time in harsh conditions.

Q: Are there any breed-specific regulations or restrictions for Miniature Schnauzers in Pennsylvania?

A: While there are no specific breed restrictions for Miniature Schnauzers in Pennsylvania, it’s essential to check local ordinances and homeowners’ association rules regarding pet ownership.

Q: What training challenges should I be prepared for with a Mini Schnauzer?

A: Miniature Schnauzers are intelligent but can be independent and stubborn. Consistent positive reinforcement training is recommended to establish boundaries and reinforce good behavior.

Q: Where can I find local Miniature Schnauzer events or communities in Pennsylvania?

A: Connect with local dog clubs, online forums, or social media groups to find Mini Schnauzer events, gatherings, or communities in Pennsylvania. These platforms can be great for sharing experiences and seeking advice from fellow Mini Schnauzer enthusiasts.

Greetings from the Wysongs! We are currently accepting deposits to join our waiting list for future miniature schnauzer puppies of many different colors. If you are interested in adding a Fernweh Schnauzer to your family we would encourage you to reach out to us via an email or phone conversation. Please be advised that we are known through the country as a breeder of high quality miniature schnauzer puppies and are in high demand. Be sure to reach out and plan in advance when considering a future Fernweh addition. Adopters who plan ahead and join our waiting list are preferred and treated as such during the adoption process. Click Here to see our puppies!

Fernweh Schnauzers Reviews

Melanie Hanaway
Melanie Hanaway
2021-03-31
If you are interested in a mini schnauzer I highly recommend Fernweh Miniature Schnauzers. Not only do they take your wants in a dog into consideration but they also assess the personalities of the puppies to make sure you get a puppy that will be a great fit for your family. Erica made the whole process very easy too. In fact, we were so impressed with them as breeders and love our Fernweh mini so much we’re bringing home another soon!
Adrienne Supko
Adrienne Supko
2021-02-28
After a lot of research on miniature schnauzers and looking at numerous breeders both local and out of town, we found Erika and her puppies to be the top quality dog we were looking for. We were so thrilled to be able to get our little boy, Achilles, during the pandemic. He is healthy, well behaved and such a happy boy! He had a great head start on potty and crate training when we got him, so this process was very easy for him. We are very thankful for Fernweh Miniature Schnauzers and highly recommend them. We’ll definitely be reaching out when we’re ready for Achilles’ sibling 🙂
Philip Rodrigues
Philip Rodrigues
2021-02-23
The team at Fernweh Mini Schnauzers does an incredible job of screening and working with prospective owners. They spent time talking to me about my previous Mini Schnauzer and what i was looking for. They were attentive and replied back quickly whenever I had questions. Our little Winnie is going to be 1 year old this March and we could not imagine life without her. She has brought so much energy and joy into our lives and is great with her little brother! Would highly recommend Fernweh Miniature Schnauzers
Ed Manteuffel
Ed Manteuffel
2021-02-09
Erica did a great job with potty training our puppy and making sure the puppies were healthy. We lost one of our dogs to cancer and our Gracie seemed very depressed after that. Once we brought home Callie, she seems to be much happier. Erica made the process very easy and everything was extremely professional. I did a lot of research and Fernweh Schauzers is the most reputable place to get a dog that was bred with healthy practices.
Priscila Garcia Giacomini
Priscila Garcia Giacomini
2021-02-08
I got my puppy in July 2020 in the middle of the pandemic. Even with all crazy stuff going on, Fernweh (Erica) was able to provide us a great experience. The puppy was well taken care of and Erica is super open to answer any question of those who are first timers, like me. The puppy brought home her litter blanket, what was wonderful and super helpful on her transition. Those "small" details that make this breeder a great and reliable one. I totally recommend them 🙂 Our puppy Scully came to complete our family <3
Ashley Everson
Ashley Everson
2021-02-08
We couldn't be happier with our Fernweh Miniature Schnauzer. Finding Fernweh seemed like fate. We have a 13 yr old Schnauzer mix at home and last spring were feeling the pandemic would be the right time to welcome another dog to our home. We happened to meet another Fernweh pup in our neighborhood on a family walk. We immediately connected with Erica who was extremely responsive and helpful. To our luck, there was a new litter available and we were able to match the "personality" of our family to the right puppy. When we picked up Arnie, everything was so well prepared. He transitioned extremely well to our home which in addition to our older dog, includes two children, ages 8 and 10. Arnie is "their" dog and they love caring for him. Arnie has now been with us for almost 9 months and we can't imagine life without him!
doris przybysz
doris przybysz
2021-02-08
Erica from Fernweh schnauzers was instrumental in the adoption of our little pup, Emma , now 7 months old. The focus on healthcare for the pups was an important aspect to our successful adoption. Erica was an amazing resource during our pups transition to our home. Emma is a healthy, active , obedient and fun loving dog which is a reflection of Fernweh’s care and concerns for their pups. I highly recommend Fernweh breeders,they’re the best!
Leila Condry
Leila Condry
2021-02-08
We chose Fernweh for their breeding practices, socialization program, and health guarantees. Our questions and concerns were answered and Erica helped us choose a puppy that would best fit in with our family. We took her home in the Fall of 2020 and she is doing great. We would, and have, recommended Fernweh to anyone looking to add a mini to their family.
Jennifer Dombek
Jennifer Dombek
2021-02-07
I am so glad that we found Fernweh Schnauzers. Erica was wonderful to work with, just like talking with your best friend. She helped us find the perfect personality in a pup that we were hoping for. Our puppy has been a fantastic addition to our family. I highly recommend working with them. They are always available for help after adoption as well. It is so easy to see how much they love and care for their pups !
Tamie Caulk
Tamie Caulk
2021-02-07
We had a great experience all around with this breeder. They were knowledgeable and made sure our new little edition was the right fit for our family. We could not be happier with our sweet little girl!