Whistle Hill Puppies

Miniature Schnauzer Puppies For Sale

The Miniature Schnauzer is an even-tempered, eager, intelligent learner. Schnauzers are non-shedding and come in a variety of colors. This breed is both brave and fun, making them excellent companions. Schnauzers are loyal, protective and alert, and get along well with familiar children, dogs, and other pets. Our Miniature Schnauzer puppies generally mature at between 14 – 20 lbs. Whistle Hill Puppies offers an assortment of well-bred and incredibly energetic and loving Miniature Schnauzer Puppies for sale. We’re an experienced Miniature Schnauzer breeder ready to help you find the right furry friend to take home to your family.

Our puppies are kept up to date on vaccinations, parasites prevention and control. They go home with a registration certificate, a written health certificate from the vet and an extended genetic health guarantee, along with a blanket and enough puppy food to get you started.

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Nelson

  • Gender: Male
  • DOB: 02/12/24
  • Ready To Go Home: 04/08/24
  • Expected Weight: 12 - 16 lbs
  • Parents: Ginger & Marshall
  • Adoption Fee: $650

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Abby

  • Gender: Female
  • DOB: 03/05/24
  • Ready To Go Home: 04/30/24
  • Expected Weight: 14 - 18 lbs
  • Parents: Mandy & Marshall
  • Adoption Fee: $750

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AJ

  • Gender: Male
  • DOB: 03/05/24
  • Ready To Go Home: 04/30/24
  • Expected Weight: 14 - 18 lbs
  • Parents: Mandy & Marshall
  • Adoption Fee: $750

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Alvin

  • Gender: Male
  • DOB: 03/05/24
  • Ready To Go Home: 04/30/24
  • Expected Weight: 14 - 18 lbs
  • Parents: Mandy & Marshall
  • Adoption Fee: $750

Annie

  • Gender: Female
  • DOB: 03/05/24
  • Ready To Go Home: 04/30/24
  • Expected Weight: 14 - 18 lbs
  • Parents: Mandy & Marshall
  • Adoption Fee: $750

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Andy

  • Gender: Male
  • DOB: 03/05/24
  • Ready To Go Home: 04/30/24
  • Expected Weight: 14 - 18 lbs
  • Parents: Mandy & Marshall
  • Adoption Fee: $750

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Alice/Reserved

  • Gender: Female
  • DOB: 03/05/24
  • Ready To Go Home: 04/30/24
  • Expected Weight: 14 - 18 lbs
  • Parents: Mandy & Marshall
  • Adoption Fee: $750

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Reserved for Samantha in IL

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Bentley/Reserved

  • Gender: Male
  • DOB: 04/05/24
  • Ready To Go Home: 05/31/24
  • Expected Weight: 12 - 16 lbs
  • Parents: Lilly & Marshall
  • Adoption Fee: $1200

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Reserved for Mia in NY

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Dependable Miniature Schnauzer Breeders

With this breed, there is the potential for feistiness and some other undesirable traits, but these characteristics can often be avoided if you get your new companion from a trusted Miniature Schnauzer breeder like Whistle Hill Puppies. From studying pedigrees to caring for expectant mothers and placing each puppy in a wonderful, loving home, we’re involved in every part of the breeding process. All puppies that come from Whistle Hill are also covered by a two-year genetic health guarantee.

Miniature Schnauzer Traits & More

Both home and family-oriented, Miniature Schnauzers are sturdy and they absolutely love to play, which is great if you have children. These puppies aren’t overly aggressive, although they aren’t easily scared either. You’ll absolutely want to consider adopting one of the Miniature Schnauzer puppies for sale from Whistle Hill Puppies if you prefer a dog that people love for the following reasons; they are conveniently sized, can be a keen watchdog, are generally agreeable, and get along well with other family pets.

Minis are sturdy little dogs that don’t mind vigorous play. They are known for having almost human-like personalities, which makes it fun to interact with them! Often described as bright and friendly, Miniature Schnauzer puppies can adapt to many different living environments, from smaller urban apartments to larger, more spacious rural homes. Minis are sociable dogs, but you don’t have to worry about keeping them away from friends and family members who are allergic to dog hair since they don’t shed. Miniature Schnauzer puppies do, however, require regular grooming and frequent brushing because of their hard, wiry coat. They also tend to age gracefully when they become adults, often not showing signs of old age until later in life. Miniature Schnauzer puppies will grow to about 12 to 14 inches in height. On average, they live 12-14 years and weigh from 12 to 20 pounds when fully grown.

Miniature Schnauzer Puppies for Sale – Take the First Steps Today!

If you’re ready to welcome a Miniature Schnauzer puppy into your home, look no further than Whistle Hill Puppies. Start the process today by filling out an application. One of our representatives will be in touch shortly after you take this initial step. Contact us Today!

Ready to give one of our puppies a loving home where it will be well cared for?  Complete an application & we will help find the right puppy to join your family!

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Our Google Reviews
We had a great experience with Whistle Hill Puppies. They were in constant communication up until our visit. We met with the breeder's wife and she made our experience easy. She let us take our time to get to know all of the puppies and was very knowledgeable of their personality traits, further needs, and associated paperwork. She answered all of our questions. We also took him to the vet 10 days into having him, as we were told to do, and everything was good. We have had Jax for 2 weeks now and he has brought joy to our lives. Thank you!
Laura Munch
Laura Munch
14:52 25 Apr 24
We got our handsome boy Jax from this breeder almost 8 years ago now, he’s a healthy happy puppy. When we went to get the puppy the breeder was honest and told us everything we needed to know to be good dog owners. They also care to keep up with how the pups are doing after you’ve had them. Here’s an update on our boy Jax. Thank you Whistle Hill! (The day we got him versus today)
Callie O'Connell
Callie O'Connell
00:23 09 Mar 24
Our puppy Grizzly just turned 2 and I must say he is the most loving, smart, playful and just overall an amazing dog! We recommend everyone that ask what breeder we chose. His favorite compliment is how handsome he is. He sure is! Whistle Hill Puppies thank you!
N T
N T
02:24 23 Feb 24
We got our King Schnauzer mix puppy in April of 2023. He just turned 1 and is the best puppy! He adapted so easily and Rachel sent him home with a blanket that had is Mom's scent on it. Rachel was so patient as we had put a deposit on "Joey" but when we saw them in person had a connection with "Jake"-now Winston. He has been in great health and so friendly with all other dogs. Slept through the night from night one on. Thank you John & Rachel.
Steve King
Steve King
15:47 03 Feb 24
I adopted a Pomsky named Coco, now named Lucy in spring of 2022. John was very helpful and empathetic when I was overwhelmed "Puppy Blues" with Lucy about a week into having her. A year and half later Lucy is wonderfully sweet best friend.
Uriah
Uriah
22:04 17 Nov 23
We got our pup from this breeder 10 months ago and we LOVE him! Whistle Hill provided extensive vet records and walked us through the whole process. Our guy is so sweet and you could tell came from a place of care. Highly recommend these guys!
Ryan Citron
Ryan Citron
13:32 14 Nov 23