Schnoodle Dogs: Information on the Schnoodle Dog Breed

January 9, 2019
As a dog owner with over 25 years of experience, I can attest that having a dog is one of the most wonderful things that has ever happened in my life. The companionship and joy they bring is incomparable.

Schnoodles are incredibly intelligent animals and make wonderful pets. Learn more about the Schnoodle breed and where you can find a schnoodle puppy of your very own.

As you may have guessed, the Schnoodle is not a pure bred dog. It is a cross between the Schnauzer and the Poodle. They are small, highly intelligent dogs that make great pets for families with children as they love to play and be cuddled.

Schnoodle Breed Statistics

Schnoodles range in size, depending on the size of the parents. The most popular size of Schnoodle is the miniature Schnoodle, which ranges in size from 10 to 15 pounds. You can also buy midsize Schnoodles, which can grow up to 60 pounds. Schnoodles' coats come in many different colors - Solid colors such as black, white, tan and sable, as well as mixed colors too.

Schnoodle Temperament and Behavior

Schnoodles are quite active dogs, even into old age. They love to jump, run, walk, play and everything in between. They love to go on walks but you don't have to worry about following a rigid walking schedule as the Schnoodle will enjoy getting exercise in any way that it can, whether it be running around the backyard or running around the kitchen table. While they do have an active nature, they also enjoy settling down with you on the couch for a good nap or some relaxation.

Schnoodles make great family pets as they love children, get along with other dogs and are incredibly loyal animals. They will be happy living almost anyways, whether it is a farm or an apartment, as long as they are with their family. With this being said, they would not enjoy being outdoor dogs as they need to be with their family. They are also very curious animals and love playing with and chewing on their toys (but not the furniture!) In the end, they are just highly affectionate friends that loved to be hugged, kissed and cuddled.

They also make good guard dogs. Back in the day, large Schnauzers were bred as guard dogs, so the Schnoodle still has some watch dog in its blood. They will definitely let you know when someone is near, but they are non-aggressive animals. They are highly protective of their family making them vocal when "intruders" come into the house. But overall, they are usually not yappy dogs.

Schnoodle Training

Schnoodles are clever, extremely intelligent dogs that train very easily. In fact, most schnoodle puppies can be house broken in a matter of days with very few accidents in the house.

Training is very easy with the help of some treats. They easily pick up on the meanings of words and will continue to learn new tricks and words into old age. Schnoodles can be taught a variety of tricks and will generally listen to you when you talk to them. They will pick up on which rooms of the house they aren't allowed in, what toys are theirs and won't chew on your furniture.

Schnoodles are Hypoallergenic

Schnoodles have soft, fluffy dog hair, not fur. This means their hair needs to be groomed weekly and clipped every six to 12 weeks depending on the desired length. Since they do not shed hair and lose very little pet dander they are also hypoallergenic. This is a huge selling aspect to people with dog allergies but still want to get a dog.

Schnoodle Breeders

The popularity of the Schnoodle breed has increased immensely over the last few years. As soon as someone sees one for the first time they instantly fall in love and ask where they can find Schnoodle puppies for sale. The puppies can be purchased in general pet stores as well as directly from a breeder. You can find Schnoodle dog breeders online where you can look at pictures of puppies for sale.

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