About Us

With years of success in the dog breeding and training industry, Top Dogg Giant Schnauzers is fully committed to providing you with  top quality dogs.   We are selecting, raising and training canines beyond expectations.

It has been a few years since we have focused on our breeding program while we were busy building our non profits for disabled veterans.  Due to Covid-19 the time is right to reintroduce the superior dogs we have provided since 1987.   Our goal is to provide:

What To Expect When your Puppy Comes Home

Feeding Instruction

Recommended feeding instructions. Feed 60% Dry dog food and 40% raw (2) Times per day RAW: Ground chicken or ground beef. Feeding times: 7:30 am 6:00 pm. Feed your puppy alone in a quiet area of your home. Give 7 to 10 minutes to eat then take up the food. Do not interrupt or distract your dog while eating. Provide water after they eat. Never feed from the table or give your dog leftovers. This will encourage begging and table surfing for food. This can also cause diarrhea, and derail your housebreaking efforts.


Potty Training

Your new puppy has started a house breaking regimen. Your puppy has been going out to use it every two hours. It also has been praised and treated for doing so. Your puppy is now in your new home and does not know the rules of its new environment. Be patient and try to get your puppy outside every two hours in the beginning if possible. Always use the same door to exit. This will give your puppy a focus point to target when they need to go out. Always take your puppy out within 10 minutes after they eat, drink, play, sleep or exit from their kennel.


Crate Training

Crate use is very important... it should never be used as a form of punishment. A crate is a great place for your puppy to rest or just get away. Use your crate often to prevent separation anxiety. If you cannot watch your new puppy please crate them. They are still learning and adjusting to their new home. When you take your dog out of its crate you must command them to “sit”, then give the “come” for them to exit the crate. avoid using baby talk this will over excite your puppy and cause them to wet your floor. Take your puppy directly outside without delay. Recommended Crate: Find this crate here

It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver
— Mahatma Gandhi

Just consider grooming your Giant Schnauzers a time for you to bond because your dog will need regular grooming.  Although the Giant Schnauzer doesn’t shed flying fur, he does need regular brushing to avoid matting.  Its important to keep your dog well groomed by combing him out weekly with a large metal comb.  Its important to keep his head trimmed with those pronounced eyebrows and beard, his face can virtually disapear under a tangle of hair unless kept neatly trimmed.  Giants are among the few breeds that sport breads.

FAQ Bringing Your Puppy Home

Q: When to Spay or Neuter?

Published by: The Dog Place
Modified by: Top Dogg K9

A lot of new pet owners are under the assumption that they should have their new puppy spayed or neutered by the age of six months.  This timeframe has been preached by vets, animal shelters, rescue organizations and numerous other sources for ages.  The funny thing is that there is no real proof that this is the magic age to alter your pet…  Read More


Q: Raw Diet, what to feed?

RAW CHICKEN – necks, wings, leg quarters etc.- it is safe and very inexpensive. Raw chicken bones are harmless; it is when you cook them that they become sharp and dangerous. Salmonella and campylobacter jejuni are of no consequence to a healthy dog. You can feed the whole chicken including the ribs if you prefer – part is good which sells for the best price, always raw… Read More

Q: What if my puppy is biting?

Puppies spend a great deal of time playing, chewing and investigating objects. All of these normal activities involve puppies using their mouths and their needle-sharp teeth. When puppies play with people, they often bite, chew and mouth on people’s hands, limbs and clothing. This kind of behavior may seem cute when your puppy is seven weeks old, but it’s not nearly so endearing when he’s three or four months old-and getting bigger by the day! …Read More