Schnauzer breeders have recently been given a call to action in the by the Philippine Canine Club incorporate which stated that any schnauzer dog who has an improper coat color will not be able to get registered unless on a limited basis. This declaration came alongside the fact that a schnauzer dog who has a proper coat color with a line of improper colors can only be registered conditionally.
This has been similarly implemented in the United States, in particular, serving as a call for those with a miniature schnauzer for sale in Indiana. This has been great for Schnauzer dog lovers since a lot of irresponsible Schnauzer breeders have been trying to sell Schnauzer dogs with colors that do not exist normally for any Schnauzer dog. The registration now means that these dogs are unable to be used by Schnauzer breeders.
Realistically when you go and see a miniature Schnauzer for sale in Indiana or go to see any Schnauzer dog there are only four colors that have been really approved. That is salt and pepper, black and silver, black and white and their shades (find more details here https://5starcanine.com/puppies_category/miniature-schnauzer/. Any Schnauzer breeders selling colors that are not part of this standard will now be removed from selling.
Unfortunately, a lot of Schnauzer breeders try to make it look like their dogs have been registered and this is done by buying a Schnauzer dog that is legitimate and then passing the papers of that dog off as the papers for the Schnauzer dog being sold. Fortunately, DNA tests and microchips are able to help prevent this to a great extent.
The improper coat colors for the breeders include the liver, platinum, brown and basically any other Schnauzer dog that does not have the fur color out of the above-stated ones. There will be a lot of Schnauzer breeders who will try to make you pay exorbitant amounts of money for either bad pedigrees or huge amounts of money. While realistically you need to be more concerned with whether or not the dog is healthy and see what their temperament is like not see whether or not they are a certain color.
However, Schnauzer breeders have done massive amounts of inbreeding that destroys the pedigree of the dog since it cannot and should not be passed off as an actual miniature schnauzer dog.
If you are looking for a Miniature Schnauzer for sale in Indiana, then you should make sure to check the reputation of your puppy or dog and see its pedigree along with asking about its lineage. Good Schnauzer breeders will give you substantiated answers and be knowledgeable about their dogs. If they do not know about their dogs then, in all likelihood they are probably not responsible breeders and you need to keep away from such Schnauzer breeders at all costs.