to groom your Miniature Schnauzer the correct
grooming DVD for your Miniature Schnauzer
pet! 75 minutes of grooming instruction
top-winning show groomer and Miniature Schnauzer breeder Patty
Ledgerwood. Professional videography by LightCurve, LLC features
beautiful close-up shots and a menu-driven DVD format. Grooming
instruction is presented according to the standard defined by the American Kennel Club's national
the American Miniature Schnauzer Club.
link below for more information and ordering, and see customer
Librarian and given a three star
We are also a distributor of a premium raw food diet for dogs.
Some of the results we have noticed from our anecdotal experience are: a happier dog with more energy, better coats, more muscle, great appetites, healthier skin, smaller and more firm stools and easier whelping by pregnant bitches. In addition to the raw commercial product, we feed raw chicken wings or turkey/duck necks several times a week and our dogs have no tartar buildup on their teeth, and the teeth are pearly white.
Legacy's Mini-Videos (Click here to see our video archive)We will be adding these short feature videos from time to time, on a variety of subjects. Some will be about puppies, some will be educational and some will be just for fun. Four current videos are slotted for the webpage, with an archive to past videos. To peruse the archive, click the archive link above.
Click on one of the four videos below - a new YouTube tab will open. Content suggestions may be sent to us at email@example.com.
Snowday!! We had four new inches of snow and the dogs LOVE to play in the snow. These are our pet dog Mikey (1 1/2 years old) and four show prospect puppies at six months age. Makes you wish, for the moment, you could be one of them and take part in the fun. In the first part, Mikey caught the scent of his favorite bone, turns around, digs in the snow and finds it. Amazing.
Showdogs at Play These two show dogs (Miniature Schnauzers) are half brother and half sister, both almost one year old, who love each other's company and spend most of their days playing like this. A boarding dog tries to join the fun, with no luck.
The Water Follies You say Schnauzers don't like water? Nobody ever told these guys that. It's 80 degrees on a perfect June day, 2011, and Patty was hosing down the patio when her hose water was attacked by a band of Mini Schnauzers who were on the prowl for mischief. Watch how fast some of them can bite at that water creature!
Birth of a Puppy! A new puppy (girl) is born, gets cleaned up and dried, and then takes her place at the milk table with her slightly older two brothers. Rubbing and drying the puppies helps give them a kick-start on life, and suctioning clears any mucous/fluid so they can immediately start suckling.
A new first for Legacy: two dogs finish their AKC championships on the same day, both at just over one year old!
Umpqua Kennel Club, 11/13/14, Roseburg, OR, selected as Winners Dog and Winners Bitch
| New male
champion Legacy's Bazinga (Bazinga)
Bazinga wins a Terrier Group Second from the classes in September, 2014. He has gone Best of Breed over some Best In Show dogs and still has some growing to do. Bazinga had three major wins in his quest. He is out of GCH Tomar's Captain Kirk X CH Legacy's Poison Ivy.
| New female
champion Legacy's I Did It My Wei (Frankie)
Frankie finished her championship with four major wins and finished on the same day as her half brother Bazinga. The two dogs love each other's company and play together constantly. They each have personality plus and can be seen in the video above, titled "Showdogs At Play". Frankie is out of GCH Tomar's Captain Kirk X GCH Eleanor Of Taiwan Mentor.
Grand Champion Legacy's Touch Of Class ("Classy")
Classy, GCH Legacy's Touch Of Class (GCH Tomar's Captain Kirk X Bravo's Clear Days Ahead At Legacy), finishes her championship as a one year old puppy. She had four major wins and just needed a single point at this show in Puyallup, WA. She has the most endearing personality and is a shoe-in to become a permanent member of the Legacy household. That is to say, she has us wrapped around her little paw and knows it. Her antics are a constant source of entertainment. She is one girl whose future puppies we will be anxious to see.
Grand Champion Legacy's Pohl Dancer of Tomar ("Lola")
Lola is shown winning Best Of Opposite Sex at probably the largest Miniature Schnauzer show ever in the US, with some 160 Miniature Schnauzer showdogs entered, at the Purina Farms Event Center outside St. Louis, MO, May 9-12, 2013. This was the American Miniature Schnauzer Club's (AMSC) 2013 "Schnauzapalooza" event for its National Specialty show. From left to right are Judge Clay Coady, Patty, AMSC President John Constantine and a Purina Farms representative.
Ten month old puppy "Louie" is shown at left winning Best of Winners for a 5-point major at the Centennial State Miniature Schnauzer Specialty show in Denver, June 3, 2011, to finish his AKC championship in only one month, entered in five shows (all major shows), winning four of them. The four wins were three 4-point and one 5-point majors. Louie is shown at right winning one of the three 4-point major wins at the Beehive Cluster in Salt Lake City. It was Louie's first competitive event and he was Best of Winners in three of the four shows while proving he's a natural in the ring. He finished his Grand Champion title in February, 2012. Louie was sired by CH Tomar's The Fix Is In ("Bookie") and his dam is Legacy's Charisma ("Chrissy"). He is a wonderful dog around the house and just wants to play all the time. See Pedigree (PDF).
Grand Champion/Canadian Champion Legacy's Rock Around The Clock, "Rocky"
Multi-Best-In-Specialty-Show winner AM./CAN. CH Legacy's Rock Around The Clock (CH Legacy's Rockin' Robin X CH Legacy's Stand By Me), "Rocky", spent not quite two months in Canada and in that short time became the number three miniature schnauzer, and number twenty terrier. He finished his Canadian championship in very fast order. He had a very positive response from the judges and breeders, who were impressed with his correct movement, conformation, breed type, and temperament. He is shown in the picture to the left winning Best In Specialty at the Miniature Schnauzer Club of Canada's National Specialty. To the right he is shown winning the Portland (OR) Miniature Schnauzer Club Specialty show in Jan., 2011 and completing the requirements for an AKC Grand Champion. Not too bad for a young boy just starting out his show career. Rocky was handled in Canada by his good friend Connie Krohn. He is an outstanding two-year old boy whom we hope will contribute to the improvement of the breed. And he has a few litters on the ground which look very promising and more litters coming up. See Pedigree (PDF)
American/Australian Champion: CH Legacy's Rockin' Robin
Best In Specialty Show American champion/Best In Show Australian champion CH Legacy's Rockin' Robin is shown here at the home of Portland, OR friends. "Robin" has moved to Australia, added an Australian championship to go with his American title, and is producing nice dogs for the Aussies.. Click here to see more Robin pictures. See Pedigree (PDF).
This is our annual "puppy picture", taken by Vavra Photography of Gates, OR. These puppies are from two different litters, all sired by Robin, who is shown above. They are a rambunctious four months old and are usually bouncing off the walls. Yes, it was very hard to get them posed like this, but Jerry and Marty Vavra are great at what they do.
Welcome to Legacy Miniature Schnauzers! We're coming to you from Pasco, in the southeast part of Washington State, USA, where the Snake and Columbia Rivers merge.
We wanted to provide a useful, informative and entertaining site for people who view dogs as companions. Our particular breed is Miniature Schnauzers, but all dogs are special in ways each of us can appreciate. I'm reminded of an old quote: "To each dog, his master is Napoleon; hence, the popularity of dogs". That, after a fashion, sums up the undying devotion and friendship a good dog can provide, in return for your care and hospitality. In addition to the dogs, we've always had a cat or two around, and all pets get along great, in a sort of mutually respectful arrangement.We've bred and shown dogs in AKC conformation and obedience events for some twenty five years. Over time, one comes to understand the very unique and unparalleled nature of the canine/human connection. But you never cease to wonder, on occasion, at the sometimes inexplicable displays of communication these fuzzy little creatures can show us.
This site will always strive to provide worthwhile information, intended to advance the welfare of all dogs. We can never, however, compete with some of the special links that are provided (see Links). Your comments and advice are always welcome, and we hope you leave here with something of value.
and Patty Ledgerwood
Legacy Miniature Schnauzers
2813 N Road 92
Pasco, WA 99301-1577
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Mack or Patty
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