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  • Dog Health Problems and Solutions in the Miniature Schnauzer

    Dog Health Problems
    and Solutions in
    the Miniature Schnauzer

    In every breed of dog health problems peculiar to the breed exist. Miniature Schnauzers are no exception!

    We take an honest look at Miniature Schnauzer health problems and, most importantly, how to avoid them happening to your pet!

    Here you’ll find a wealth of Miniature Schnauzer health information.

    We will go through tips on choosing a healthy puppy, plus guidance on how to feed and care for it.

    If you follow these basic tips you will maximise your dogs chances of leading a long, healthy and trouble-free life.

    Also checkout our great Home Remedy for Fleas.

    Genetic Schnauzer Health Issues

    Miniature Schnauzer in snow

    Mini Schnauzers are normally strong, robust and built to last – indeed, more so than most other breeds!

    A hardy, healthy Mini Schnauzer, dashing through the snow. Image by Compromised Exposure, Flickr.
    Click on photo to see source.
    But, like every other purebred there are a few genetic problems lurking in the Miniature Schnauzer gene pool.

    The most common genetic problems are:

    Progressive Retinal Atrophy

    Cataracts

    Liver Shunt

    Those are the main genetic issues.

    Pups are born with them and there is little you can do to prevent them happening if they are in the genetic blueprint of your dog.

    Other Mini Schnauzer Health Problems

    There are a few other health problems that sometimes affect the Miniature Schnauzer that may depend more on how you care for your dog. With these, a genetic link is sometimes suspected but not proven:

    Canine Diabetes

    Canine Pancreatitis

    Schnauzer Bumps
    We also provide information to help you understand , how genetics works and the risks involved in buying a line-bred  puppy.

    You can also access great advice of what to feed your Schnauzer and how to raise her to promote great health, vitality and a long, trouble-free life of enjoyment for you and your pet.

     

    Yet to decide which breed is right for you?
    This FREE Vet report on which breeds to avoid will help you decide – get it here.

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