Ladies and Gentlemen, drumroll please…. Today’s fantastic guest Schnauzer is ….. Fritz!
About Fritz the Miniature Schnauzer:
Fritz is a well trained, cuddly and fun little Schnauzer with plenty of quirky habits. Here’s some information about Fritz in his Mum’s words:
Fritz was born last January, so he just celebrated his 1st birthday! I brought him home at 6 weeks and just barely over a pound (he was tiny). I had a mini schnauzer as a child and I had been wanting my own puppy for quite some time.
Once I brought Fritz home, he was a quick learner. We went to puppy training class and he now knows all his tricks including “roll over” “shake” “crawl” “take a bow” and “speak”. He is always wanting to play and has more toys that most children. He is quite the chewer, so usually he has a rope or rubber toy in his mouth. He is not very interested in balls, but likes a frisbee he has. He’s pretty good at playing fetch now, but he waits until the toy has stopped rolling/moving before he goes to FETCH! It’s very funny. He doesn’t like the vacuum and he is deathly afraid of gutters (like rain gutters on the street) and will avoid them at all costs!
He is a very spoiled puppy and stays with my grandmother during the day when I am at work. He gets to play in a yard and run around since I live in an apartment. I find it so amuzing that he seems to have a different personality around different people. In the evening he likes to cuddle on the couch with me, but during the day he runs wild at my grandmothers. Sometimes he “talks back” when you put make him sit to put on his leash, but he usually minds me quite well for still being a puppy. We just started obedience class, so I hope he will have better manners soon! I love my little Fritz (he has maxed out at 10 pounds!) and he told me he is very excited to be featured on your site.
Isn’t he the cutest??
Pictures of Fritz:
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