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Miniature Schnauzer

The Miniature Schnauzer originated in Germany. They were firstly used for herding and protecting the flock. They are crosses between the Standard Schnauzer and one or more smaller breeds such as the Poodle, or Affenpinscher. Their name, Miniature Schnauzer, were taken from the German word schnauzbart meaning a pretty obvious mustache.


The Miniature Schnauzer's engaging personality and devotion to his family make him an excellent family pet and children's playmate. It is known for its charming, friendly personality and mischievous sense of humor, as well as intelligence and energy.

Another characteristic of the breed is loyalty to their masters. A Miniature Schnauzer's personality can develop based on the family with which it lives. It can develop certain traits that other family members possess. Thie Miniature Schnauzer is extremely obedient and quick to learn (though requires a confident handler who is fair and consistent), playful and affectionate. His alertness makes him an excellent guard dog. He is spunky and fearless but not aggressive so that he can run with other dogs. Miniature Schnauzers, with its intelligence, have a mind of their own and need a variety in training to keep their interest.

The Miniature Schnauzer is a robust, active dog of terrier type, resembling his larger cousin, the Standard Schnauzer, in general appearance, and of an alert, active disposition.

12-14 years..

The earliest records surrounding development of the Miniature Schnauzer in Germany come from the late 1800s. In the breed's earliest stages, several small breeds were employed in crosses to bring down the size of the well-established Standard Schnauzer, with the goal of creating a duplicate in miniature.

Crossing to other breeds, such as the Affenpinscher and Miniature Pinscher, had the side effect of introducing colors that were not considered acceptable to the ultimate goal — and as breeders worked towards the stabilization of the gene pool, mismarked particolors and white puppies were removed from breeding programs.

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