Mini Schnauzer

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Mini Schnauzer

Introducing the Miniature Schnauzer. This cheerful and playful pup possesses a happy temperament, and having an adaptable nature, they make good companions, both travel and in general. Being a smart dog, they love to learn, and quickly at that. They can also be a little clever and a bit mischievous.

  • A center of attention pup that fits in perfectly with a social butterfly
  • The perfect size for apartment-living and small-space owners
  • They’ll become bored if they’re not constantly mentally stimulated

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Does a Miniature Schnauzer shed?

The answer is yes, but the good news is, not a lot. A Mini Schnauzer dog is considered a low-shedding breed. This is a great perk for allergy sufferers. It should be noted that every dog sheds, but some breeds don’t do it as much as others. They do, however, require a lot of maintenance as far as grooming is concerned.

How often should a Miniature Schnauzer be groomed?

A Miniature Schnauzer should be groomed every 4 to 6 weeks. Brushing them a couple of times a week is very helpful. This works towards preventing tangling and matting.

How long does a Miniature Schnauzer live?

On average, from a Miniature Schnauzer puppy to an adult, the life expectancy is anywhere from 12 to 15 years.

How big is a Miniature Schnauzer?

A male Miniature Schnauzer puppy can grow as tall as 12 to 14 inches high, while a female can grow as tall as 11 to 13 inches.

How much does a Miniature Schnauzer weigh?

A Miniature Schnauzer male can weigh anywhere between 11 to 18 pounds, and in turn, a female can weigh as many as 10 to 15 pounds.

How to train a Miniature Schnauzer?

Training Miniature Schnauzer puppies takes patience, consistency, and bonding. It should be done as young as possible, and keep in mind that puppies have short attention spans. It’s important to keep their attention. Also, make sure to use and repeat the same words. They respond better to positive reinforcement, and it’s best to reward them with treats, but they should be hidden before rewarding takes place. Calling their name and seeing how they respond is a good start. Always pay attention to their body language to help gauge their responses, engagement, and listening to the commands.

How much should a Miniature Schnauzer eat?

Mini Schnauzer puppies should eat at least 3-4 times a day, while adult dogs should have half a cup of high-quality dry dog food two times a day.

How often should I bathe my Miniature Schnauzer puppy?

You must bathe your pup to maintain good hygiene, along with good skin, and a nice coat. You can bathe your Schnauzer puppy for no longer than six weeks, and at the very least, once a week.

What size collar for Miniature Schnauzer puppy?

A Mini Schnauzer puppy should wear a small size collar. It should measure roughly around 10-16 inches.

How to potty train a Miniature Schnauzer?

It’s been said that Miniature Schnauzer puppies are a trainable breed. In fact, they’re one of the easiest when it comes to smaller dogs. They need consistency when it comes to training them to go potty, and also when it comes to feeding them. Dogs are a creature of habit, but this is helpful for them to be on a schedule for both you and your pet. Taking them after meals, naps, and playtime is best every few hours. If you plan to be gone for a while, put some puppy pads down within a confined space, so they have access to use the bathroom.


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CEO and Co-founder of Central Park Puppies

Julian Perera

Co-founder & CEO

CMO and Co-founder of Central Park Puppies

Ash Perera

Co-founder & CMO

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Veronica Plata

General Manager

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Leandro Guidugli

General Supervisor

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Mercy Morales

Puppy Care Supervisor

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