About the Breed

The Schnoodle is a cross between the Schnauzer and the Poodle, two of the most popular companion dog breeds in the world. This hybrid breed is highly intelligent, loyal to their family, and full of energy. They come in a variety of sizes and colors, making them a great fit for many different types of people. Whether you are looking for an active adventure partner or just a cuddly companion, this breed may be exactly what you're looking for. Temperament The Schnoodle has an outgoing personality and loves to be around people. They are loyal to their owners and devoted to their families. They are also quite independent and enjoy having time to themselves once in awhile. With proper training they can get along well with other pets as well as children but may be too energetic for smaller children or older adults who cannot keep up with them. The Schnoodle is an intelligent breed that needs mental stimulation to stay happy; because of this they usually do best with owners who are willing to provide them with plenty of activities and attention throughout the day. Ideal Owner Schnoodles have been bred specifically as companion dogs so they make ideal pets for those looking for companionship rather than agility or service work like some other breeds might provide. Their intelligence makes them great candidates for obedience training which can help keep them from getting into trouble when left alone; however they still require plenty of exercise each day so an active lifestyle is recommended when considering this breed as a pet. This also means that they can easily become bored if not given enough attention or stimulation so someone who will be around much of the time would be ideal for this breed's needs. History Designer dogs have become increasingly popular over recent years with more people wanting something different than your typical purebred dog; this has led to more intentional breeding between two different purebreds in order create what is known as a hybrid or designer dog such as the Schnoodle which was created by crossing a Schnauzer with a Poodle sometime before 2000 when these types of dogs became more popularized in North America but there is no exact date on its origin since it was likely bred much earlier than that elsewhere around the world such as Europe where both parent breeds originated from centuries ago. Healthy Weight & Important Health Checks The average weight range for an adult Schnoodle ranges anywhere from 10-25 lbs depending on size since there are three sizes available: Toy (10-15 lbs), Mini (15-20 lbs) and Standard (20-25 lbs). It's important that your pet stays within his healthy weight range by providing him with high quality food and regular exercise so he doesn't become overweight which could lead to health problems later on in life such heart disease among others due to excess strain on his body from carrying extra weight; keeping him at his optimal weight should help ensure he lives long happy life without any major health issues other than those typically found among all breeds like hip dysplasia which can easily be screened through x-rays at your local veterinarian's office if you suspect any issues related thereto regardless if he's ever had it before or not since it can develop during adulthood without warning signs prior thereto so checkups are recommended at least once per year even if everything appears normal upon visual examination at home/in public settings by yourself/others experienced with canine anatomy & behavior alike nonetheless! Overall, The Schnoodle is an intelligent, loyal companion who loves spending time with its family but also enjoys having some independence now then too! Their small size makes them perfect pets for those living in apartments while still providing enough energy & intelligence needed by owners seeking higher levels activity & mental stimulation throughout each day respectively thereby making these pups truly adaptable additions worthy consideration whether indoor/outdoor living arrangements exist already/in future alike!

Healthy weight:

11-15 pounds

Recommended Food

Medium or Large breed dog food such as Royal Canin Golden Retriever or Hills Science Diet

Breed Colors

  • Apricot
  • Black
  • Black & White
  • Blue & White
  • Brown & White
  • Cream
  • Gray
  • Red
  • Silver
  • White

Ideal for owners that

  • Patient
  • Loving
  • Dependable
  • Responsible
  • Active
  • Intelligent
  • Energetic

Health Considerations

  • Schnoodle Hip Dysplasia
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Eye Problems
  • Ear Infections
  • Skin Allergies
  • Hypoglycemia

This breed may be cute, but these are some of their common health issues to be aware of.

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