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History The Schnauzer was originally employed in Southern Germany as a stable dog as it felt perfectly at ease in the company of horses. Its great ability to track rodents in the blink of an eye, earned it, in common parlance, the nickname “mouse dog”. At the time of the foundation of the Pinscher and Schnauzer club in 1895, it still bore the name Wire-haired Pinscher. General Appearance Small, robust, wire-haired dog. Its typical characteristics are a lively temperament combined with a good and cheerful nature. It is extremely devoted to its owner and loves children very much. Its intelligence, adaptability to training, tenacity and resistance to disease mean that the Schnauzer meets all the requirements to be an exceptional family, guard and companion dog, which also possesses the necessary qualities of a working dog. BREED TRAITS & CHARACTERISTICS 182 2 - PINSCHER AND SCHNAUZER TYPE DOGS - MOLOSSOIDS AND SWISS CATTLE DOGS 1 - PINSCHER AND SCHNAUZER TYPE Germany Small Alert, courageous, friendly, intelligent, obedient, lively 30-36 cm / 12-14 inches Male: 5-8 kg / 11-17.6 pounds Female: 4-7 kg / 9-15 pounds White black 3-6 puppies 12-14 years Rather adaptable breed: they are more than happy dogs in an apartment, as long as they are kept busy and can spend plenty of time with their owner. The Miniature Schnauzer is a good dog for living in an apartment and will remain calm if it can let off steam with small daily walks. Occasional. Good with children. Due to the fearless nature and high predatory instinct, the Schnauzer is not the best choice for living with cats. The Miniature Schnauzer gets along well with other dogs but, when dealing with much larger dogs it ends to feel superior and appear aggressive. Aloof but not dangerous to well-meaning strangers. Schnauzers tend to be good watchdogs because they are alert and wary. Schnauzers need daily walks or runs and enjoy off-leash play sessions. Although the Miniature Schnauzer learns quickly, it has a stubborn streak. They are versatile dogs and can learn activities such as hunting, retrieving and herding a flock. High maintenance: The grooming needs of the Miniature Schnauzer are quite considerable as it needs regular trimming. The Schnauzer is one of the most intelligent dog breeds. In testing, the Miniature Schnauzer understood new commands after 5-15 repetitions and obeyed a command 85% of the time. The Schnauzer is quite fond of playing and is particularly suitable for agility sports. Hypoallergenic: Yes. Schnauzers can suffer from health problems associated with high levels of fat, such as hyperlipidemia, which can cause pancreatitis. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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