.Welcome To Parti-Tyme Miniature Schnauzers. We are relocating to beautiful Southern Maryland. We are within easy driving distance of several airports for easy shipping access. All of my lovely little schnauzers are home raised and live in my home and have access to a beautiful fenced in yard. All of my schnauzers are AKC registered and have no health problems. We strive to raise only healthy puppies with good conformation and dispositions. All puppies come with a full year health quarantee against genetic defects and are checked by my veteranarian before they go to their new homes. I am a very small breeder and want to produce quality puppies versus quantity. You can contact me (Cathy Martin) at 301-643-6102 or 301-690-2760 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Below Are Pictures of Our Schnauzers
I would like to thank Janice from Music Makers Schnauzers for my beautiful Abrielle, Margo Jacobs and Katherine Reid for my wonderful Troubador, Jean VanZandt for my lovely Jubi and Rita Smith for my sweet RiRi. My good friend Nicole Raudez for my lively Lil Chickadee. My good friend Stephanie for my little clown Rumor and Karie for Toreador. I love them so much and hope to adopt another little girl from each of them in the near future.
Parti-Tyme's Abrielle, liver parti, 8 pounds mature, Born March 2009
Brie has a beautiful mega supercoat and is very sweet natured, look for pups out of Brie in 2010
Brie enjoying the snow 12/20/2009
Introducing Parti Tyme's Pandemonium Rules. gorgeous deep dark liver parti supercoated female. Keep checking our upcoming litters page if you are interested in a puppy out of this pretty girl. She has a wonderful sweet disposition and weighs 7 pounds at 2 years
Introducing our stud
Parti-Tyme's Lonestar Troubador He is a gorgeous Supercoated Dark Liver/Tan from Lonestar Farms. He is 7.5 pounds. He is a little sweetheart and already has stolen my heart. His first puppies are here
This is Parti-Tyme's Denver Jubilee, liver/tan female. She is 8.5 pounds at 1 year old
This is my adorable Parti-Tyme's Senorita Margarita, liver female. She is 9.5 pounds at 1 year old
Parti-Tyme's My Little Chickadee (black parti female). We are expecting Chicky to mature around 10-12 pounds and are looking forward to her future puppies. She is a Troubador & Abrielle grand daughter.
To the left and below is my new future stud Parti-Tyme's Toreador, a liver/tan parti color. He is expected to mature at 6-7 pounds. I am looking forward to his puppies in 2016
Introducing Parti-Tyme's Rumor Has It, supercoated liver parti girl. Rumor has matured at 11 pounds and I am looking forward to her first litter in the Fall of 2015
.If I didn't have a dog or cat .. > > > I could walk around the yard barefoot in safety. > My house could be carpeted instead of tiled and laminated. > All flat surfaces, clothing, furniture, and cars would be free of hair. > When the doorbell rings, it wouldn't sound like a kennel.? > > When the doorbell rings, I could get to the door without > wading through fuzzy bodies who beat me there. > > I could sit on the couch and my bed the way I wanted, > without taking into consideration how much space > several fur bodies would need to get comfortable. > > I would have money and no guilt to go on a real vacation. > I would not be on a first-name basis with 6 veterinarians, > as I put their yet unborn grand kids through college. > > The most used words in my vocabulary would not be: out, > sit, down, come, no, stay, and leave him/her/it ALONE. > > My house would not be cordoned off into zones with > baby gates or barriers. > I would not talk 'baby talk'. 'Eat your din din'. > 'Yummy yummy for the tummy'... > > My house would not look like a day care center, toyseverywhere. > My pockets would not contain things like poop bags, > treats and an extra leash. > > I would no longer have to spell the words B-A-L-L, > F-R-I-S-B-E- E, W-A-L-K, T-R-E-A-T, B-I-K-E, G-O,?R-I-D-E > > I would not have as many leaves (or pine needles) INSIDE my house as outside. > I would not look strangely at people who think having ONE > dog/cat ties them down too much. > > I'd look forward to spring and the rainy season instead > of dreading 'mud' season. > > I would not have to answer the question 'Why do you have > so many animals?' from people who will never have the joy > in their lives of knowing they are loved unconditionally by > someone as close to an angel as they will ever get. > > How EMPTY my life would be!!! > > "Until one has lov ed an animal, part of their soul remains un-awakened" >