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Some FAQs about Miniature Schnauzer​

Miniature Schnauzers are highly intelligent and usually easy to train, but their stubborn streak requires a firm and patient hand. Due to their playful nature, these breeds make great family pets and usually get on well with children (but always keep dogs under close supervision around young children).

Miniature Schnauzers are notorious for barking a lot. They often bark if they are frightened, hungry, depressed, bored, and sometimes they do so to exert their dominance. However, each Miniature Schnauzer has its own personality and some will bark more than others.

Miniature schnauzers are a naturally lovable and social breed, they will love to cuddle up to their owners on the couch in the evening. However, each dog will be different too and early training and socialization can help to bring out the best character in your miniature Schnauzer.

As they’re highly intelligent canines, Miniature Schnauzers are easy to potty train. They’re considered among the easiest small dogs that you can house train. In addition, they make obedience training very easy.

The Miniature Schnauzer likes hanging out with his people — he lives for it, as a matter of fact. He’s good with children, particularly if he’s raised with them. He’ll play with them and protect them and they’ll help each other burn off steam: kids and Miniature Schnauzers are a great combination.

Well-trained and socialized miniature schnauzers can be excellent family dogs. They are typically tolerant of kids and enjoy family playtime.

5 ways your dog shows love
  1. Wagging their tails. A dog’s tail is used to communicate a range of emotions, but a friendly wag and a smile on their face is a sign your pup is relaxed and happy that you’re around.
  2. Licking you. …
  3. Following you around. …
  4. Leaning or sitting on you. …
  5. Playing!

Yes, Miniature Schnauzers do tend to sleep a lot. Most Mini Schnauzers love resting and can sleep for 12-16 hours, whereas puppies and old canines can sleep up to 20 hours.

Miniature Schnauzers age gracefully; they do not show signs of age until late in life. The average life expectancy is 12 to 14 years.

While it is not usually a good idea to do so, most well-trained miniature schnauzers can be left alone for up to eight or ten hours at a time if you do work full time. There are many ways to ensure that your dog is occupied and does not become bored or frustrated when alone.

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*Please Note: It is difficult to know which breeder is trustworthy when you are in another country. But fortunately there are reputable associations that can guarantee the quality of breeders who are members of their association. These can be mentioned as Japan Kennel Club – JKC, The Kennel Club of Japan – KC or Nihonken Hozonkai – 日保 and many other associations (JABC, JCC, ICC, CPRO, JCU, KCP, ACC, CCJ, KCC, NMSA, WCA, JMSA, ZCC). Dogs and Cats sold by breeders belonging to these associations are always accompanied by a pedigree certificate.

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Miniature Schnauzer

Popular in North America, as well as in its native Germany, the Miniature Schnauzer is named for its distinctive muzzle (schnauze means snout in German). An intelligent little dog, it responds well to obedience training. Despite its small size, it is energetic and needs play off the lead as well as a brisk daily walk to keep it healthy and happy.

The Breed History

In artwork of the 15th century, a dog with features consistent with the Miniature Schnauzer is pictured. By 1900, the breed was well established and was being shown. The origin of this dog is
thought to be a mixture of Standard Schnauzer, with perhaps Poodle, Miniature pinscher, and Affenpinscher. They were brought to America around the year 1925. The name derives from the German word for nose (schnauzer). The AKC recognized this breed in 1933.

Physical Characteristics

Height at Withers: 12-14” (30.5-35.5 cm).

Weight: 14-16 lb (6.5-7.5 kg).

Coat: The double wiry, thick coat is commonly seen in salt and pepper (black and white intermixed in bands on some hairs to produce a grey appearance). Silver and black, and solid black
are also seen. A small white patch is sometimes found on the black-coated dogs. Coat color may fade with age. The undercoat varies widely in color and can be beige, black, or gray.

Longevity: 14 years

Recognized Behavior Issues and Traits

Reported breed characteristics include: Grooming requirements are moderate, and they are low shedding dogs, though the coat must be stripped at least every 6 months; ideally they should not be
clipped to maintain the outer coat. Daily grooming, with emphasis on limbs and whiskers should be done. Whiskers need a wash clean after meals. The Miniature Schnauzer dogs are obedient and friendly and like close human companionship. They are of high intelligence, possess high trainability, are active, affectionate, and are good with children. They do well in both city and country, and do well with other dogs; considered less scrappy than the other terriers. They possess a well-developed guarding instinct. Easy to train, but like to alarm bark; some lines have nervous temperaments. When off leash, should be in a fenced enclosure.

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