Due to increased expenses of vet, food and operational costs, prices below are effective April 1, 2021:
Schnoodles start at $1395 and go up to $1895 based on color
Schnese or "Teddy Bear" (schnauzer & havanese designer breed) are $1895
Teacup Schnauzers are $2795. This excludes puppies that are colored Wheaton or Sable, pricing is based on depth of color and those puppies will be priced individually.
Miniature Schnauzer prices are by COLOR, not by gender and are as follows;
All Parti colors are $1495
Salt & Pepper and Liver Pepper are $1695
Liver, White and Black/Black w/White touches are $1895
Liver Tan, Black & Silver and Merle are $1995
Wheaton, Sable, Black & Tan and Red Wheaton are priced based on depth of color
If ANY color puppy has a blue eye/eyes, $350 will be added to the cost.
Pet Price means you are NOT purchasing papers. They will not come with AKC registration. We also request that the puppy be spayed/neutered by the age of 10-12 months.
In the past, we used to simply announce litters. However, this caused a problem as serious buyers weren’t aware before newer followers. The first look list allows us to pair your preferences with the litters born. We will contact you with a picture of your potential puppy for you to choose or pass. The first look deposit is $100 and is transferrable but NON-REFUNDABLE. A form will be emailed to you to complete prior to the payment, so we can insure that we have all the information correct.
We allow the people with $100 deposits to look at each litter in order by the date their deposit was received. Once they have had a chance to make a selection or pass, then we continue to move through the first look list. Only after the first look list has selected or passed is the litter made public.
The First Look $100 deposit is transferable. If you don’t see what you want in this litter, you can pass and move the deposit to an upcoming litter.
Once a puppy is chosen, the reserve deposit of $400 is due in order to hold a puppy.
We can also take a RESERVE deposit of $500 to hold pricing for you.
I do not use PayPal. I use CashApp, Venmo or Zelle.
All deposits are non-refundable.
A deposit of $500 is required to hold a puppy. The deposit can be made by Zelle, Venmo or CashApp. The remaining balance can be paid at pick up with cash or a cashiers check. NO CHECKS allowed. If you are paying by electronic means, the balance should be paid at least 24 hours prior to pick up.
If requesting full rights, a deposit of $750 is required.
Parti colors- $2295
Salt & Pepper, Liver Pepper- $2595
Platinum Salt & Pepper or Liver Pepper- $2795
Liver, White, Black or Black w/white markings- $2995
Black & Silver, Liver Tan- $4795
Wheaton, Sable, Black & Tan and Red Wheaton $5395
Any color with blue eyes add $500 to price
HEA reserves the right to adjust pricing based on depth of color, coat and conformation.
Reminder! Deposit to hold puppy is $750
All my puppies start early neurological training at 3 days old. I seen amazing results in my puppies doing this. Please do some research on this yourself, it makes a big difference! Puppies start puppy pad training at 3 weeks old, potty training outside and socializing at 5 weeks old. They are raised INSIDE my home, in my sunroom and living room. This allows them to be ready to be pets. Used to the sounds of a household. They are around men, children, other dogs and cats. They come home up to date on vaccinations and deworming, dew claws removed tails docked, introduced to independent time in kennel at 6 weeks old, Starting at 7 weeks old puppies will be taken outside some during the day as weather allows. The are all vet checked prior to leaving and have a clear fecal test. They come with lots of educational information, a blanket with mom’s scent and a toy, their first collar. They go home at 8 weeks old. I also have a 3 year health guarantee.💎
If you're bringing a miniature schnauzer into your life, there's a few things you need to know about beforehand. Prepare for shadowing, as they want to keep tabs on you. He's a bright, alert, active companion. Originally bred to exterminate vermin, you can channel some of that hunting energy into canine sports, such as agility.
Miniature schnauzers are terriers, so expect some of the typical terrier temperament in your little pal. That includes determination, persistence, intelligence and a bit of yappiness. It also means that his innate hunting instincts might find fellow household pets fair game, so think twice about keeping rabbits or rodents in his vicinity. While miniature schnauzers make good family dogs, there's often a preference for one person. These dogs are easy to train, and soak up learning. He's a natural watchdog, so you don't have to worry about anyone getting near your house without you knowing it.
They are the most loyal and intuitive dogs. And of course my personal favorite!