• Posted on December 06, 2010

Silver Schnauzer Yawning

Look at this cute silver schnauzer yawning. This picture was taken right at the perfect moment where the miniature schnauzer was showing everybody how tired he was at the moment. He’s wearing a cute basketball jersey cheering on his favorite team. Do you have a silver schnauzer of your own? Share your pictures with us!

  • Posted on November 24, 2010

White Schnauzer

There is controversy surrounding the white schnauzer because American Kennel Club, or AKC, does not recognize white schnauzers in conformation shows and disqualifies them. Even though they are colors from the original breed standards and also they are not albino dogs. They are still disqualified from conformation shows. The white schnauzer is a very popular dog in Europe and as show dogs.

This white schnauzer enjoys a brisk stroll through the forest and exploring the outdoors. He wears a bell on his collar so that the owners can hear him coming.

Do you have pictures of your white schnauzer that you would like to share? Post them here: White Schnauzer Forums

  • Posted on November 23, 2010

Miniature Schnauzer Puppy Pictures

Look at these miniature schnauzer puppy pictures. This black mini schnauzer is only 2 and a half weeks old. He was one of the smaller of the litter but look how cute this schnauzer is. For more miniature schnauzer puppy pictures, check out the Schnauzer Forum.

  • Posted on November 22, 2010

Schnauzers Pictures

Some more schnauzers pictures. This mini schnauzer’s name is Katy, she’s about 5 years old (in human years) and about 36 years old in dog years. With un-cropped ears and a big bushy beard and big eyebrows, she is relaxing after playing with her toy.

Notice that the inside of her ears are pink. They should be this color and her ears need to be kept clean because Schnauzers are susceptible to ear infections, especially if her ears are floppy. If you take your schnauzer swimming, make sure to dry them as soon as she gets out. Remember to check their ears often and smell them for any infections. If it smells like rotten cheese, there is probably an infection going on and it needs to be cleaned.

If you have schnauzers pictures, please post them on the Schnauzer Forums.

  • Posted on November 21, 2010

Schnauzer Mixes | Which Schnauzer Mix Is Right For You?

Schnauzer mixes have been all the rage lately with the trend stemming from socialites and their toy dog breeds. There are a few schnauzer mixes that are available right now, of course none of them being purebred breeds.

In fact, these hybrid dogs or also known as designer dogs, are probably not bred from purebreds to create the schnauzer mix. What is done is called a multi-generational cross breeding process that is used to engineer these schnauzer mixes. They will take a mix of a mix from across generations to create the schnauzer mix. So in other words, your schnauzer mix is not a mix of 2 purebred breeds, but of 2 mixes of each of those 2 breeds.

Here are the top schnauzer mixes starting from the most popular schnauzer mix to the least. (Click the links below to learn more about the Schnauzer Mix)

Schnauzer Mixed with Maltese

This is the most popular schnauzer mix because of the reasons why people like schnauzers and Maltese. Mauzers are small and compact but has the intelligence of a schnauzer. This schnauzer mix will remain the most popular because of the popularity of the Maltese.

Schnauzer Mixed with Poodle

You may have heard of a schnoodle before because it is one of the most popular schnauzer mixes. It is a cross between a mini schnauzer and a poodle. This gives a schnauzer mix which is really cute and encompasses a lot of the traits of a schnauzer.

Schnauzer Mixed with Yorkie

Schnorkies are a close second/third in popularity because of their size. With the increasing demand for small toy like breeds, more and more people are flocking to get a schnorkie because it is basically a toy schnauzer. Because the naturally small size of the Yorkie, it makes this schnauzer mix very small and up to 11 pounds.

Schnauzer Mixed with Pomeranian

This schnauzer mix is not as popular but is still on the market today. It takes the Pomeranian which is pretty popular and combines it with a schnauzer to create this unique schnauzer mix. With the mini schnauzer in the top 20 most popular breeds, it is no wonder people like to mix it with their small breeds.

Schnauzer Mixed with Pug

These schnauzer mixes are the most unique of them all. The pudgy size of a pug combined with a scruffy look of a schnauzer. You may be seeing more and more of this schnauzer mix in the years to come.

What are some schnauzer mixes that you have seen before? Share your thoughts with us in a comment below or in the Schnauzer Forums.

  • Posted on November 20, 2010

Schnauzer Mix with Yorkie | Schnorkie

The Schnorkie is a schnauzer mix with a Yorkie. These are not purebred and most likely are bred using multi-generation crossing of Schnauzer mixes and Yorkies. The Yorkshire terrier and Mini Schnuazer make a good mix because they are both terrier. Just like the schnauzer, Schnorkies are very smart, and have a high energy level.

They can be very loving and clever. Schnorkies also do not shed which most likely come from the schnauzer mix. They will do well indoors, but be sure to walk them daily so they can get exercise and this helps them expel energy. By doing well, they will be easier to train. Schnorkies grow to be anywhere from 7 pounds to 12 pounds and are rather small. Their height can range from 8 inches to 11 inches because Yorkies are small to begin with. The Schnorkie pictured is a puppy but will not grow any larger than that size because of the naturally small size of Yorkshire terriers.

Do you have a schnauzer mix of your own? Is it a schnorkie? Share your pictures on the Schnauzer Mix Forum.

  • Posted on November 19, 2010

Schnauzer Mixes with Poodle | Schnoodle

Another one of the popular schnauzer mixes these days with the introduction of toy dog breeds is the schnauzer mixed with a poodle — called a schnoodle. With toy dogbreeds getting more popular because of social culture, schoodles have also risen in popularity. Not being a purebred dog, the schnoodle is a schnauzer mix with a poodle. Getting most of it’s positive temperaments from the schnauzer, the schnoodle is intelligent and can get trained easily.

Also like a schnauzer, schnoodles can be very affectionate, friendly, and are great with children. From the schnauzer mix, schnoodles don’t shed at all and are perfect for apartment life because of their small size. Like a schnauzer, snoodles must be commanded with assertiveness in your voice or they may not take you seriously. This pictured schnoodle is still a puppy but will not grow much bigger than that. Some schnoodles do get up to 15 pounds or so, but they don’t get very big.

What are you thoughts on these schnauzer mixes and this schoodle? Share your opinions here: Schnauzer Mixes Forum

  • Posted on November 18, 2010

Schnauzer Mix with a Pug | Schnug

A Schnug or also known as a Shnug is a schnauzer mix with a pug. Because pugs and schnauzers are both great with kids, you can expect your schnauzer mix or Schnug to also be excellent with children. This hybrid schnauzer mix has the features of a pug, but resembles the scruffy face of a schnauzer. One thing to be careful with these designer mixes is that you oftentimes will not get a purebred schnauzer mixed with a purebred pug. What is done more often is that what breeders do is use multi-generation crosses to breed these mixes. They will use a schnauzer mix and a pug from a generation before and mix it with another schnauzer mix and pug to create the Schnug.

What do you think about this schnauzer mix? Share your thoughts in the Schnauzer Mix Forum

  • Posted on November 17, 2010

Schnauzer Mixes and Pomeranian | Schnauzeranian

Getting popular these days are schnauzer mixes with other breeds. Because the desirability of having a small dog like a mini schnauzer that is both very intelligent and friendly is why so many breeders are creating these schnauzer mixes. The newest of these schnauzer mixes is called a Schnauzeranian. What the heck is a Schnauzeranian, you ask? It is a schnauzer mix with a pomeranian, hence the Schnauzeranian. Try saying Schnauzeranian five times fast!

  • Posted on November 16, 2010

Maltese and Schnauzer Mix | Mauzer

One of the new Schnauze mixes today that’s popular is the Maltese and Schnauzer mix, conveniently called the Mauzer. The Maltese and Schnauzer mix is recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club as one of their hybrid dogs. Just like the mini schnauzer, the mauzer gets a lot of it’s personality from the schnauzer mix of the breeding. They are energetic and very friendly like a schnauzer and also very loving. Also because of the schnauzer mix, mauzers are very obedient and intelligent. They play well with children and are excellent watchdogs. These Maltese and Schnauzer mixes can grow to the same size as a mini schnauzer at around 15 pounds and they do not shed very much hair.

What do you think about these maltese and schnauzer mix dogs? Do you have a mauzer? Share your thoughts in the Schnauzer Forum now.