This is the story of Oskar. Say hello, Oskar.
Well Oskar seems to be
sleeping lying-in-wait, but he says hello.
I've gotten some questions on why his name is spelled the way it is instead of Oscar. The answer is that my husband is 100% German & schnauzers are German dogs. My mother in law says Oskar is the authentic German spelling of the name.
When we met Oskar he was 2 days old.
8 weeks later we brought him home. To little Oskar the world was a very big place.
Oskar worked hard protecting Jack, his youngest boy.
God makes baby schnauzers very cute, so that their people don't
kill give up on them, because baby schnauzers, or at least baby Oskars, are very naughty. See how cute?
Chloe! Get that look off of your face, this is a story about Oskar. Maybe you can be next week.
As you can see, Oskar grew to be a good camper,
and occasional hat model!
Oskars do not care for thunderstorms. Hey, even Superman had his kryptonite!
Oskar adapts easily to many situations. Notice how he transitions easily from everday napping...
to holiday napping, without even breaking a sweat?
Since we live in Michigan it can be very snowy.
Oskar works very hard to help clear the driveway, by bringing as much snow possible into the house.
As you can see, miniature schnauzers are very helpful pets. Say goodbye, Oskar.
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