LET's TALK "HAIR"
Anyone who has ever had more than one Schnauzer, knows there are many different types of Schnauzer
hair. Hair types vary from the course bristle terrier type hair seen in the show ring, to the ultra soft
sheltie/type hair. Somewhere in the middle is the cotton candy type hair that gets those really gnarly
mats. Because the Schnauzer is a mix of the Poodle, some terrier, and the Affenpinincher, you also
find Schnauzers with straight hair, others with dense curly poodle type hair, and every other variation
We've traveled far & wide to find males and females who are now consistently producing the prefered
ultra soft straight type hair that almost never mats. Our adult dogs from several different pedigree
lines of premium quality hair such as MusicMaker's, Waltmon's, and the Oklahoma lines, just to name
a few. We are successfully producing this hair in all the various COLORS: The standard colors; Black,
Black and Silver, and Salt and Pepper. As well as the Lost Colors: Liver parti, Liver Tan, White,
White Chocolate, Black and White Parti, and others.
|GUS!: SUPERCOATED LIVER PARTI
GUS with his SUMMER CAMP CUT!
|BELOW ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR SUPERCOATED SCHNAUZERS
PAST AND PRESENT
After producing several pups with this premium hair type, we noticed that many of our adoptive parents decided to never cut their Schnauzer
in the traditional Schnauzer cut. We discovered they preferred to just let the hair grow, occasionally trimming around the face and feet. We
like to call it, "THE SHEEPDOG LOOK"!
By definition, our SUPERCOATED SCHNAUZERS are AKC Registered Schnauzers with the preferred premium straight type hair. And,
when NOT groomed in the traditional Schnauzer cut, they resemble baby sheepdogs. Sleeping with one of our little Schnauzer/Sheepdogs is
like sleeping with a stuffed animal. Snuggling up in bed with their soft silky hair is a real treat! We will admit that blow drying after a bath
can take a lot longer, but air drying in the summertime works just as well.
In today's pet market many people are developing "Designer Dogs" by crossing several different breeds. However, mixing several breeds
can be problematic from a health standpoint. So why not stick to a Purebred Schnauzer, & just "Let the hair hang down"!