WELCOME TO TWO CREEKS TINY SCHNAUZERS
AKC REGISTERED MINIATURE TOY/TEACUP SCHNAUZER PUPPIES
Welcome to Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzers, a trusted, pet-minded miniature schnauzer breeder located in central Arkansas. We raise our puppies in a clean, safe, family environment, and we offer our customers quality-bred, AKC-registered puppies at an affordable price.
Hello I’m Shirley Gilbert, founder of Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzer. I’ve owned and loved miniature schnauzers all my life. Miniature schnauzers are fun-loving, loyal and easy to care for. And for the last 16 years, I’ve turned my love of schnauzers into a successful business, breeding and selling toy and teacup Miniature Schnauzers to families across the country.
Toy and teacup Miniature Schnauzers make great playmates, companions and watchdogs, and they don’t require a lot of specialized care. But more than that, Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzers offers you the chance to make a valued member of our family — our puppies — a treasured member of your family.
Parents – AKC Registered Miniature Schnauzers Molly & Rhett
Puppies – AKC Registered Miniature Schnauzers
Toy Size = Under 10 pounds
Parents – Lexi & Razz AKC Registered Miniature Schnauzers
Lexi and Razz had one little dark liver (choc) female, and two dark liver (choc) males. Precious!!. Had tails docked and dew claws removed. Ears natural. Pictures and info updated weekly. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
What is AKC-Registered?
Having puppies AKC (American Kennel Club)-registered allows owners to trace the animal’s pedigree or ancestry. Purebred dogs have a pure bloodline and a greater monetary value. Being AKC-registered also helps ensure the animal is healthy and was raised humanely by a certified breeder.
AKC recognizes nearly 200 dog breeds and has been working on behalf of dog lovers for more than 130 years, advocating for better breeding techniques, sponsoring events and helping to safeguard dogs across the nation.
Schnauzers are hearty, playful dogs that enjoy having fun. Despite their small size, these aren’t lap dogs. Schnauzers like to be active and stay on the move. These tiny dogs have huge personalities, making them perfect family pets.
Teacup and toy miniature schnauzers do not shed and are hypoallergenic. That, combined with their small stature, makes them very low-maintenance house pets, especially for people who suffer from pet allergies.They are loyal and have phenomenal senses of hearing and smell, and they make great watchdogs. No one could ever come up on me without me knowing it!
Teacup schnauzers weigh less than six pounds. Toy schnauzers are larger dogs, but still weigh less than 10 pounds. Both categories are currently registered by AKC simply as Miniature Schnauzers, but toy and teacup schnauzer breeders are working to get the toy and teacup classifications recognized separately.
Why Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzers?
I started Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzers in 2003 after I retired from teaching. I’ve been familiar with Miniature Schnauzers much longer, having owned several of the small dogs throughout my life. My love of the breed shows in the care and attention with which I raise my dogs.
Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzers is on a 320-acre ranch just north of Morrilton, Arkansas. That gives my Miniature Schnauzers plenty of room to run and play, but are fenced protected. I never keep my animals in kennels or cages. The new mothers and puppies live inside my home where I can care for them at all times. The rest of my schnauzers live in their own puppy condo which is heated & cooled. I hope future owners will continue to keep the puppies cage-free.“I don’t want them in kennels or cages, even after they are adopted, I know how smart these dogs are, and I know how horrible it would be for them to be always in a cage.
Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzers is a trusted small business, offering only two or three litters of new liver- and chocolate-colored miniature schnauzer puppies each year. It also guarantees that each animal gets lots of hands-on time and attention.
The hands-on approach to breeding and raising miniature schnauzers helps me ensure the quality of all the puppies I sell. Each new litter is monitored to gauge each puppy’s health and temperament. Everything, even down to a puppy’s shape, is evaluated. A true schnauzer body is very square in appearance.
Every puppy bought from Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzers comes to its new owner potty pad trained and with its tail docked, its dew claws removed, its own complete health record, and a familiar toy or blanket. The animals will have had all age-appropriate shots, be de-wormed and be freshly groomed.
Customers from around the country have trusted Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzers. Satisfied customers and their toy and teacup miniature schnauzers live in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Tennessee, Illinois, Georgia, North Carolina, West Virginia, New York, Minnesota, California and Alaska.
How much does it cost?
Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzer offers what I call “pet pricing,” which excludes breeding rights to the animals.
My puppies usually sell for between $1,200 to $2,000 each, depending on coloring, hair quality and size. The lower price serves as an incentive for buyers who just want a family dog and helps ensure all Two Creeks Tiny Schnauzer puppies go to caring homes where they will continue to be beloved members of their new families living cage-free lives.
How do I get started?
Simply click on the “Schnauzers – Parents/Puppies” link at the top of the page. This will take you to photos and descriptions of the schnauzer adults and puppies.