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    Schnauzer Characteristics

    Breed Name
    Size
    Medium
    Energy
    High
    Weight
    30-45 lbs
    Coat
    Wiry, hard & dense with soft undercoat.

    About Schnauzers

    German dogs, Schnauzers come in three sizes (Giant, Standard, and Miniature) and were initially bred to catch rats and other pests outdoors. Today, Schnauzers thrive on human companionship and are extremely intelligent and naturally obedient, making them easy to train. Schnauzers are proud and independent dogs, and are loving towards their owners. They make wonderful watch dogs and are highly energetic.

    Alex

    Alex

    • Male

      Gender

    • 9 weeks

      Age

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    Callie

    Callie

    • Female

      Gender

    • 6 weeks

      Age

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    Margo

    Margo

    • Female

      Gender

    • 5 weeks

      Age

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    Spot

    Spot

    • Male

      Gender

    • 6 weeks

      Age

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    Did You Know?

    The German army used Standard Schnauzers as dispatch carriers and Red Cross aides during both World Wars.

    Origin of the Schnauzer

    Schnauzers have a history in Germany, and based on paintings by Renaissance artists, it's evident that these type of dogs have existed for several centuries.

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