30 years personal experience and 6 generations of animal husbandry
What sets Lucky 7 Schnauzers apart from other breeders? Come meet us any time!
We strive for excellence in everything we do. All of our parents are OFFA tested, any breeder you inquire with should have this testing done. Our adults are carefully selected for personality, body structure, hair coat, trainability and have been tested to be free of common genetic disorders; this ensures our offspring inherit good health and longevity. All of our dogs are registered with the American Kennel Club and we are part of the AKC’s Bred with H.E.A.R.T program. We have over 30 years experience in breeding dogs, horses, and cattle. We have been breeding the highest quality animals for 6 generations on the same land. We are more than just a breeder; we are trainers, handlers, and animal advocates. Your puppy will go home with correct and versatile socialization to the world around them and will make an easy transition into your home to become a wonderful forever companion. Each puppy starts early neurological stimulation at 4 days old until leaving our home. What does this do for your puppy long term?
Five benefits have been observed in canines that were exposed to the Bio Sensor stimulation exercises. The benefits noted were: (1) Improved cardio vascular performance (heart rate), (2) Stronger heart beats, (3) Stronger adrenal glands, (4) More tolerance to stress, and (5) Greater resistance to disease.
Both experience and research have dominated the beneficial effects that can be achieved via early neurological stimulation, socialization and enrichment experiences. Each has been used to improve performance and to explain the differences that occur between individuals, their trainability, health and potential. The cumulative effects of the three stages have been well documented. They best serve the interests of owners who seek high levels of performance when properly used. Each has a cumulative effect and contributes to the development and the potential for individual performance.
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