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Giant Schnauzer

Giant Schnauzer


Height: 23.5-27.5 inches

Weight: 70-95 lbs.

Life Span: 11-13 yrs.

Breed Group: Herding Dogs

Overview
Giant schnauzers make excellent police and guard dogs. They're large, powerful, and want to dominate, so the private owner will need to have experience with the schnauzer and make sure extensive obedience training begins early.

Some giant schnauzers get along well with other dogs and cats, but some are very aggressive. They will socialize with strangers, children, and other dogs and animals, but must be introduced to them from puppyhood.

Appearance
The giant schnauzer's weather-resistant outercoat is hard, wiry, and very dense; its undercoat is soft. Coat color is either solid black or salt-and-pepper.

Facial features include bushy eyebrows and a long, coarse beard.

Grooming & Exercise Needs
Giant schnauzers should be brushed and combed twice a week and trimmed every three months. They need several long walks daily.

Origins
The giant schnauzer, developed in Germany in the Middle Ages for herding cattle, may be the result of a cross between the standard schnauzer, the Bouvier des Flandres, and the black Great Dane.

Special Alerts
The giant schnauzer can be very aggressive. Choose a reputable breeder concerned with temperament as well as health.

The giant schnauzer is not a good choice for inexperienced dog owners or for anyone who is not interested in intensive training and strong leadership.

Breed-related health concerns include hip dysplasia.

 

Reference: AKC - American Kennel Club

 


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