Small, cute, fluffy, active and simply a lovable and huggable creature- this has to be the cutest hybrid yet. The Schnoodle has a lot of personal uses, ranging from being a companion dog, to being a family dog and also as a performance dog, because well, who would not want to show off such a beauty? No one! Discover more about our Schnoodlepuppies for sale below!
The Schnoodle is a hybrid of both the Schnauzer and the Poodle, two actively fierce and adorable dogs. The first appearance of the Schnoodle was in the 1980s. they needed to bring the Poodle’s calm, sensitive and loving characteristics together with a Schnauzer’s active, fierce and intelligent characteristics.
One more thing they needed to do was transfer the Poodle’s hypoallergenic nature to another dog- a new breed. Thus, the Schnoodle was created. The Schnoodle comes mostly in black, black and white, gray and silver.
The Schnoodle is a very active dog; they are always jumpy and playful and also love to be the center of attention. They take two distinctive character traits from both parents; from the poodle, they take the attention-seeking desire to please, and from the Schnauzer, they take the full-blown activeness.
They are very friendly and love to be with family and children. They adapt easily to a new environment and they are not very annoying when you first get them as they easily adjust to your characteristics. This adaptability helps in creating a better relationship between you and the dog. They are also highly sensitive dogs. The Schnoodle, because of the intelligence of both parents inherited, is a very intelligent dog.
The Schnoodle likes being inside an apartment, they do not love large spaces and outdoors, they would rather sit on your lap or be indoors. They do not appreciate cold weather so much, so try to keep your home, or wherever you keep them in a warm temperature. They are bound to be found crouching near where there is warmth, hence their attachment to being carried around. They also enjoy car rides as it affords them time to be near the owner, so they would not mind a drive around town in the evening.
Although they are very active dogs, the Schnoodle requires at least 30 minutes to one-hour exercise daily to keep them from gaining weight and to keep them active and healthy. They need to be stimulated both physically and mentally as often as possible, to keep them intelligent.
They do not shed a lot, however, you still have to trim their furs, wash them at least five times weekly. It is this regular because their coat is tangle-prone and needs to be kept untangled. You should also remember to clip their nails. Use a blow dryer if they do not dry up fast as they are not such huge fans of the cold.
You have to watch their feeding as they have a high tendency to add a lot of weight. they also do a lot of drooling, so you might have to watch what is kept around them to save you having drool all over your important things. If you mind, that is. Their grooming process is low maintenance and might not even need a visit to the vet to have it done, as it can be done by you, in the comfort of your home.
Our Schnoodle puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.
The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Schnoodle puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.
They might be, it depends on the texture of their coat. Generally, they do not shed a lot.
Schnoodles are naturally friendly, being aggressive is not in their nature.
Schnoodles are at a danger of gaining weight if their feeding is not properly watched
The average price of a Schnoodle is $600.
A Schnoodle can cost from $1600 to 4100, this is highly dependent on breed and pedigree.
A Schnoodle is an intelligent people pleaser, they would try to please you through the training process thus making them quite easy to train
A Schnoodle can weigh from 3.2kg-7.3kg
You should bathe a Schnoodle at least 5 times a week
Yes, Schnoodles may inherit health problems from both their parents. These health problems include; luxating patellas, progressive retinal atrophy, and hip dysplasia.
Schnoodles inherit barking from both parents, so their barking might be a little too loud.
If you want a dog that loves as hard as they play, then the Schnoodle is just perfect for you.
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