Why we breed the Giant Schnauzer
- Your Giant Schnauzer purchase will help gift service dogs to disabled military veterans. We lose 20 veterans each day to suicide due to untreated mental illness. This sobering statistic is proof that there is a critical need for an effective solution.
- When you purchase a dog from us you will receive a $1000 tax credit receipt as a donation to the Top Dogg K9 Foundation.
- The TDK9F’s mission is to reduce the number of military families that are impacted by suicide due to mental illness each year.
Warriors we seek to support are Disabled U.S. Military Veterans servicing in the Navy, Army, Air force, Marine, Coast Guard, and Gold Star Families.
Meet Our Dogs!
AKC | Beautiful | Loyal | Loving | Protective
T'Challa is a rambunctious confident male. He is a very tall boy standing 31" at the withers and currently weighs 98lbs.
Nikia is a special girl could win in the show ring. Her gait is superior, she struts like a runway model. She weighs about 79 lbs and 29" at the withers.
Gia is a very loving girl weighing 80 lbs and standing 29" at the withers. Gia is a very sweet gentle soul she loves to cuddle and aim to please.
Enzo son of Dracula. Enzo is an import from Mexico
Top Dogg K9 and gotten a Giant Schnauzer from us.
"Its funny how I've been shot at, blown up, and knocked down a mountain and the one that ends up saving my life is a dog. Top Dogg K9 understands the power of dogs and they gave me the best tool I can have to battle PTSD, anxiety, depression, and stress....Thank You for giving me my life back"
"I am one of many veterans who have been blessed with a service dog from this awesome organization. Top Dogg improved my relationship with my wife of 20 years and my daughter and sons' relationship has greatly benefited from Zarr joining the Brown family"
Oh Wow! What an amazing place! Great care, extremely clean, and very caring about their dos and customers. These people are on a mission to provide quality pet care in a great environment.
A few months ago my cat Janice began to behave kind of strangely… this became my concern and after a checkup it turned our she had a pox disease.
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