When I first brought mumu (pic below) back home in 2004 it was the first time that I decided to take responsibility to take care of a schnauzer. I didn’t know much about them, and found it hard to discipline Mumu… He was a real monster in the beginning… He would tear up newspaper and smear his poopoo everywhere!! And do mini irritating things dogs would do…
Me and my assistants did a bit of research and found this book called “Miniature Schnauzer“. I read it a few times over, applied the techniques given and found them very effective. All it took was some effort on my part and Mumu was happy, well-behaved and everyone found him to be a real charm to be around with.
Below are a few videos on how to care for schnauzers. How to shower them, clean their teeth, clean their ears, clean their paws etc. Each dog/species are different so do not take my videos as the final authority on how to care for dogs. I just show you how we do it. It might help you, but you must do it according to your dog, their species and temperament. You must do your own research and learn up. Love your dog by caring for them according to their needs. Ultimately the more we care about our dogs, the more we can enjoy them and they can enjoy their lives.
Take a look… I hope that they are helpful.
1. Zamkar Shower
2. Soaking Mumu’s paw when its red and swollen
3. Mumu Exercise
4. Mumu Exercise
5. Mumu Clean Ear
6. Mumu Clean Clean
7. Mumu Brush Teeth
8. How To Pick Up Mumu
9. Frontline Application
10. Filing Mumu’s overgrown paw
Or view them below:
Mumu and friends
Mumu and friends riding car!
Mumu riding car!
Gizmo (Mumu’s friend!)
Mumu, Oser, Dharma and Zamkar play
Mumu, Oser and Dharma playing!
Grooming for Mumu, Oser and Dharma
Six dogs playing by the pool
Dharma, Mumu & Oser – First Contact
Mumu & Oser Go Bye Bye!
Mumu & Oser snack time!
Mumu & Camper
Mumu and Oser play
Mumu & Oser playing
Mumu Oser Playing 14 Jan 2011
Mumu and Oser Playing in Tsem Ladrang with robot friends!
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