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Breeds

Giant Schnauzer


working GROUP - sturdy, alert, easily trained

  • Weight60 - 85 pounds (male), 55 - 75 pounds (female)
  • Height25.5 - 27.5 inches (male), 23.5 - 25.5 inches (female)
  • ColorsBlack, Pepper & Salt  
  • SheddingInfrequent, Hypoallergenic
  • GroomingHigh
  • Energy LevelVery Active
  • Barking LevelBarks When Necessary
  • Life Expectancy: 12 - 15 years

ORIGIN

The Giant Schnauzer breed originated in the Middle Ages in Germany. The breed is descended from the Standard Schnauzer. In the late 19th century, Giant Schnauzers became popular as drovers and guard dogs.

DESCRIPTION

The Giant Schnauzer looks like a larger, more powerful version of the Standard Schnauzer. The Giant Schnauzer dog breed is a hard-working working bred with plenty of endurance.

TEMPERAMENT & TRAINING

Giant Schnauzers are widely believed to be easy to train. The Giant Schnauzer is so big that they training this dog may take a big personality, and possibly even a professional trainer or handler. As an active breed of dog, Giant Schnauzer dogs need even more exercise than the average working dog.

  • Coat: Hard, wiry, very dense outer coat over a soft undercoat
  • Eyes: Medium-sized, dark brown, and deep-set, oval
  • Skull: Moderately broad between the ears. Top of skull flat; skin unwrinkled
  • Muzzle: Strong and well filled under the eyes; both parallel and equal in length to the topskull; ending in a moderately blunt wedge
  • Nose: large, black, and full
  • Tail: set moderately high and carried high when excited

 

 

Contact Us

Breeders Kennel Club

 P.O. Box 441 Duluth, Georgia 30096

 Phone : (470) 525-6223

 Email : info@breederskennelclub.com

 

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