Schnauzer Profile

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Lifespan: 13-16 Years

Avg height: 45-50cm

Avg weight: 14-20kg

Coat type: Short, wiry coat

Coat colours: Black, salt and pepper

Originally bred for: Hunting rats

Breed traitsIntelligent, lively, devoted, loving 


A little about the Schnauzer

This Standard Schnauzer is a medium sized Schnauzer who has become an incredibly popular family pet. Known for its placid nature, it also has a very playful side and can be easily trained. 



The Standard Schnauzer is overall very healthy. Minor health issues include Canine Hip Dysplasia, follicular dermatitis and cataracts.

Please be advised the information provided is purely an indicator of breed traits and characteristics and that within some breeds there can be significant variation.