Schnoodle

Schnoodle

Meet the Schnoodle. He’s a devoted and attentive dog who adores his family. He’s very sociable and makes a great family pet and companion. He’s active and a lot of fun to be around. He has a sweet disposition, along with being sensitive. He’s also alert, and very protective of his family.

  • Low-shedding and hypoallergenic, and good for people with allergies
  • Gets along well with children, and makes a wonderful family pet
  • Very intelligent and eager to please, making them easy to train

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What is a Schnoodle?

A Schnoodle is a designer dog, and he’s a cross between a Schnauzer and a Poodle.

How big do Schnoodles get?

The Schnoodle breed comes in an array of different sizes. This is all contingent upon the parents and their sizes, and what the result of their mating produces. These sizes include the Toy Schnoodle (10 to 12 inches), Mini Schnoodle (12 to 14 inches), Medium Schnoodle (14-19 inches), Standard Schnoodle (18 to 22 inches), and the Giant Schnoodle (20 to 25 inches).

How much do Schnoodles weigh?

Schnoodles can range in weight anywhere from 7 to 80 pounds. This starts with the Toy Schnoodles and up to the Giant Schnoodles.

When do Schnoodles stop growing?

A Schnoodle dog reaches its adult size between the age of 6 months up to 2 years.

How long do Schnoodles live?

The Schnoodle lifespan, with all sizes included, ranges anywhere from 10 to 18 years

Do Schnoodles shed?

Schnoodle dogs are a low-shedding breed that produces less dander.

Are Schnoodles hypoallergenic?

Schnoodles are considered to be hypoallergenic dogs. This makes them a great choice for those who suffer from allergies.

Are Schnoodles aggressive?

Typically Schnoodles aren’t known to be aggressive, but aggression can occur, especially in Schnoodle puppies. Their aggression towards people can sometimes be difficult to keep in check.

Are Schnoodles easy to train?

Following in their parental Poodle’s footsteps, Schnoodle dogs are intelligent and easy to train. They’re also good at solving problems and learning new tricks.

Are Schnoodles hard to housebreak?

Training Schnoodle puppies aren’t easy because it can be somewhat difficult, in addition to having a stubborn streak. Therefore, it takes a lot of time and patience.

Are Schnoodles good family dogs?

A Schnoodle, especially when it’s socialized as a puppy, makes a good family dog because of its friendly and gentle disposition, and its ability to get along with children.

Are Schnoodle dogs good watch dogs?

Schnoodle dogs are very protective of their loved ones and will protect them at all costs.

Are Schnoodles good with cats?

If properly introduced and socialized, a Schnoodle can get along with cats just fine.

Are Schnoodles good with other dogs?

A variety of sources have stated that Schnoodles get along with other dogs just fine, yet one source has stated that they can be unfriendly and aggressive toward other dogs until they warm up. Your dog must be socialized early on, so it can become adjusted to its fellow canines.

Are Schnoodles good with kids?

Typically, Schnoodles get along with children and do very well with them.

Are Schnoodles smart?

Taking after their parental Poodle, Schnoodle dogs are very intelligent animals.

Do Schnoodles bark a lot?

Yes, a Schnoodle dog tends to bark a lot. They bark to protect their family, when strangers are approaching, because of outside noises, and almost any and everything that moves. Having a pack mentality, and wanting to move up the ranks, along with playing with other dogs, especially towards same-sex dogs will also cause him to bark. Suffering from separation anxiety can also cause excessive barking.

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