South Carolina Miniature Schnauzer Puppies For Sale

South Carolina miniature schnauzer puppies for sale

Yes, we have Miniature Schnauzer puppies for sale and we do deliver to South Carolina!  As Miniature Schnauzer Breeders located in Indiana we are a short drive from South Carolina.  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.

Who We Are

We are recognized as one of the top Schnauzer breeders in the country and have over a decade experience

Highly reviewed by our past adopters – 4.9 star Google review average

We are uniquely known for producing Healthy and Socialized Miniature Schnauzers

What We Offer

Health Tested Parents

We have over a decade of bloodline improvement.
Health examines focus on:
 Hereditary Diseases, Digestive, Patellar Tendons, Eyes, Hips, Heart, and Tail.


Head to Tail Puppy Examination

Performed by our licensed veterinarian

Customized personality profiling

We do personality testing to ensure that each puppy is a good match for their family.

Platinum Health Guarantee

Personal follow-up after puppy goes home

We are fully invested in supporting our adopters during the critical transition period.

Each of our Puppies come with:

-AKC Registration from “Bred With Heart AKC Breeder”

-Bag of puppy food

-Internal parasite prevention

-Blanket that has been with their litter

-First puppy grooming

-Starter toys

-Fully up to date on vaccinations


Available Puppies

Dee (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Kenneth Huffer

Lily (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)


Lee (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)


Brent (male)

Color: (Black & Silver)

Reserved for Janice Fahrenholtz

Sunny (female)

Color: (Black)

Reserved for Angela Powell

Percy (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Tina McCauley

Suki (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for William Devries

Sushi (female)

Color: (Liver Pepper )

Reserved for Christina Zatezalo

Sutton (male)

Color: (Black)

Reserved for Monika

Pacha (male)

Color: (Salt & pepper )

Reserved for Daniel Kimmet

Sadie (female)

Color: (Black)

Reserved for LaVada Taylor

Saint (male)

Color: (Parti)

Reserved for Kim Whittemore

Jake (male)

Color: (Parti)

Reserved for Donna & John Cromwell

Isabelle (female)

Color: (Parti)

Reserved for Connie Lightfoot

Marian (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Jerrianne Hahne

South Carolina Adopters

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 South Carolina, 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!

If you are located near South Carolina and interested in a Miniature Schnauzer, feel free to reach out to us!


Things to do in South Carolina with your Miniature Schnauzer

South Carolina, known for its Southern charm, rich history, and stunning coastal landscapes, offers a multitude of activities for you and your miniature schnauzer to enjoy together. From exploring historic sites to frolicking on sandy beaches, there is no shortage of things to do in the Palmetto State.


One of the top things you can do with your miniature schnauzer in South Carolina is to explore its beautiful beaches. The state is blessed with miles of coastline, featuring picturesque stretches of sand and crystal-clear waters. From Myrtle Beach to Hilton Head Island, there are plenty of dog-friendly beaches where your furry friend can run, play, and cool off in the Atlantic Ocean. Be sure to check local regulations and leash laws before heading to the beach, and always clean up after your pet to keep the beaches clean and enjoyable for everyone.

State Parks and Nature Reserves

South Carolina is also home to several pet-friendly state parks and nature reserves, offering endless opportunities for outdoor adventures with your miniature schnauzer. Congaree National Park, located near Columbia, is a hidden gem known for its magnificent old-growth forests and extensive hiking trails. Take your furry companion on a hike along the elevated boardwalk or venture deeper into the park on one of the many trails that wind through the lush wilderness. Keep in mind that dogs must be on a leash at all times and are not allowed in the park’s buildings.


For a more historical experience, visit Charleston, a city steeped in history and Southern charm. Take a leisurely stroll with your miniature schnauzer through the historic district, where you’ll find beautifully preserved antebellum homes, cobblestone streets, and charming gardens. Many of the city’s parks and squares welcome dogs, allowing you to take in the sights while your furry friend enjoys the fresh air. Don’t miss a visit to Waterfront Park, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the Charleston Harbor and the iconic Pineapple Fountain.

Fort Sumter National Monument

If you and your pup are interested in history, a visit to Fort Sumter National Monument is a must. This historic site marks the spot where the Civil War began, and it offers guided tours that provide fascinating insights into the nation’s past. While dogs are not allowed on the ferry to the fort, they are welcome in the visitor center and on the surrounding grounds.

Small Towns

For a unique adventure, consider exploring South Carolina’s charming small towns. Places like Beaufort and Greenville offer a dog-friendly atmosphere with pet-friendly shops, outdoor cafes, and scenic walking paths. Take a leisurely stroll through the streets, stop for a meal at a pet-friendly restaurant, and enjoy the hospitality of these charming communities.

State Parks

South Carolina is also known for its beautiful state parks, which offer a variety of recreational activities for you and your miniature schnauzer to enjoy. Hunting Island State Park, located near Beaufort, features five miles of pristine beaches, as well as hiking trails and a historic lighthouse. Caesars Head State Park, in the Upstate region, offers breathtaking views from its overlooks and miles of hiking trails where you can explore the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Remember to keep your dog on a leash and follow any park regulations to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.


For a taste of the Lowcountry, visit the town of Bluffton, known for its picturesque scenery and Southern hospitality. Take a scenic walk along the May River and enjoy the town’s quaint streets lined with historic homes and charming shops. Many of the local businesses have dog-friendly policies, making it a delightful place to spend the day with your miniature schnauzer.

In conclusion, South Carolina offers a wealth of opportunities for you and your miniature schnauzer to explore, whether it’s basking on sandy beaches, immersing yourselves in history, or enjoying the natural beauty of the state’s parks you’re destined to have a great time with your pup.


Q: What is the ideal living situation for a Miniature Schnauzer in South Carolina?

A: Miniature Schnauzers adapt well to various living situations, but they thrive in homes with access to a secure yard for play and exercise. South Carolina’s moderate climate is generally suitable for them, but make sure they have shade during hot summer days.

Q: How should I groom my Miniature Schnauzer in the South Carolina climate?

A: Regular grooming is essential for Miniature Schnauzers. In South Carolina’s warmer months, consider scheduling more frequent grooming sessions to keep their coat trim and prevent overheating. Additionally, be aware of ticks and fleas, as they can be prevalent in certain areas.

Q: Are Miniature Schnauzers good with children and other pets?

A: Generally, Miniature Schnauzers are known for their friendly and social nature. They often get along well with children and other pets, but early socialization is crucial. Always supervise interactions, especially with younger children, to ensure a positive experience for everyone.

Q: What type of exercise do Miniature Schnauzers need in South Carolina?

A: Miniature Schnauzers are an active breed and require regular exercise to maintain their health. Daily walks, playtime, and interactive toys can help meet their energy needs. Be cautious during the hot summer months, as they may be more susceptible to heat, so schedule walks during cooler parts of the day.

Q: How do I protect my Miniature Schnauzer from pests common in South Carolina?

A: Use veterinarian-recommended flea and tick prevention products regularly. Keep the yard well-maintained and consider consulting your vet for additional measures, especially if your Miniature Schnauzer spends a lot of time outdoors.

Q: What health considerations should I be aware of in South Carolina?

A: Regular veterinary check-ups are crucial for your Miniature Schnauzer’s well-being. Keep an eye on potential issues like heat-related problems during the summer and be aware of any changes in behavior, appetite, or activity levels.

Q: Are there specific regulations or considerations for Miniature Schnauzer ownership in South Carolina?

A: While there are no breed-specific regulations, make sure your Miniature Schnauzer is up-to-date on vaccinations and complies with local licensing requirements. Familiarize yourself with leash laws in your area when walking your dog.

Remember that each Miniature Schnauzer is unique, so tailor your care and training to your individual dog’s needs. Regular veterinary care, proper nutrition, and lots of love will contribute to a happy and healthy life for your Miniature Schnauzer in South Carolina.

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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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!