Jackie – F1 Mini$1,200.00 Adopted / Female
Kipton – F1$1,650.00 Adopted / Male
Mandy – F1 Mini$1,000.00 Adopted / Female
Macy – F1 Mini$1,200.00 Adopted / Female
Marley – F1 Mini$1,000.00 Adopted / Female
Kendra – F1$1,550.00 Adopted / Female
Peppa – F1$2,500.00 Adopted / Female
Jamie – F1 Mini$1,000.00 Adopted / Male
Jackson – F1 Mini$1,200.00 Adopted / Male
Hazel – F1$2,500.00 Adopted / Female
Jana – F1 Mini$1,000.00 Adopted / Female
Paisley – F1$2,500.00 Adopted / Female
Sailor – Mini$1,200.00 Adopted / Male
Kylee – F1$1,650.00 Adopted / Female
Posie – F1$3,000.00 Adopted / Female
Jazz – F1 Mini$1,000.00 Adopted / Male
Marty – F1 Mini$1,000.00 Adopted / Male
Kody – F1$1,750.00 Adopted / Male
Poppy – F1$3,500.00 Adopted / Female
Sasha – Mini$1,200.00 Adopted / Female
- Breed: Schnoodle
- Group: Designer
- Height: 10-14"
- Weight: 10-20 lbs
- HypoAllergenic: Yes
- Coat: Curly, wiry combination
SCHNOODLE PUPPIES FOR SALE
Intelligent, active, and downright adorable, the Schnoodle dog has become a popular hybrid dog breed. The Schnoodle has a place as a lap dog, a family dog, a therapy dog, or a performance dog. Described as ?forever happy,? this designer dog generally has the Poodle?s willingness to please, mixed with the sturdiness and energy of the Schnauzer. Playful and lovable, these Schnoodle puppies live to have fun and are always the center of attention.
Does your family need a playful, happy, easy to train dog that’s allergen friendly?
Take a look at our Schnoodle puppies for sale below!
Schnoodles are cross between a Schnauzer and Poodle and are super-smart, eager to please their owners, and friendly! They have low-shed, hypo-allergenic coats and are usually under 20 pounds.
Purchase your Schnoodle puppy today and start enjoying this happy, intelligent, low-shed breed!
Intelligent and trainable: Poodles and Schauzers are very intelligent some people say a Schnoodle is too smart for its own good! Schnoodles are eager to please and love to learn commands and tricks! However, super-smart dogs also need more mental stimulation. Plan to spend time training and playing with your Schnoodle puppy every day and consider enrolling them in dog sports or activities like search and rescue or therapy work.
People-Loving and Friendly: Schnoodles get along well with people of all ages: children, adults, and seniors. They get along well with other dogs, too, however, some Schnoodles are known to chase cats.
Allergen-Friendly: Schnoodles are considered hypo-allergenic. Poodles and Schnoodles are both low-shed breeds, so there’s a good chance a person with allergies may be able to tolerate a Schnoodle!
However, each puppy has a different combination of genes, so allergens vary from dog to dog. Spending time with a puppy before adopting them is a good way to know if you are triggered by their allergens. Please talk to your doctor before adopting a puppy if you have allergies.
Energetic and Playful: Schnoodles are known for their playful personality! They are said to be “forever happy”. Schnoodles are high-energy dogs so, if you’re thinking about getting a Schnoodle, have a plan for giving your puppy plenty of exercise!
A Great Companion: People-loving, easy to train, happy, playful, and hypo-allergenic – Schnoodles make excellent companions for almost anyone!
Designer breeds, or crossbreeds have become popular in the past twenty years, and there is not a lot of written history about most crossbreeds at this point in time.
Breeders often cross pure breeds in order to achieve a certain look or trait. This is a long and difficult process with widely varying results. Contrary to popular belief, crossbreeds do not necessarily inherit the “best” genes of both parents. In fact, the genes sort out randomly in dogs.
History of the Poodle
Although Poodles are the national dog of France, they originated in Germany, where they were bred and used as retrieving water dogs. At that time, the Poodle’s showy haircut was practical – it allowed the poodle to move about easily while hunting while still protecting certain parts of its body, such as the paws, chest, and head.
With its elegance and intelligence, the poodle became a popular breed among the French nobles and in other parts of Europe. Because of their trainable, attention-loving nature and showy looks, poodles were often used in the circus. They have also been used for hunting truffles- underground mushrooms- with their long snouts.
The Standard Poodle was downsized to the Miniature Poodle. The Toy Poodle was first bred in America in the early 20th century. If they are well-bred, each breed is a replica of each other.
Today, the Miniature Poodle is the most popular Poodle size, and the three sizes together rank ninth in the breeds registered with AKC.
History of the Schnauzer
Schnauzers were originally European farm dogs, dating all the way back to the 15th century!
German farmers bred the Schnauzer down to its miniature size to catch rats in their barns. Miniature Schnauzers have Standard Schnauzer, Affenpinscher, and Poodle in their ancestry.
Miniature Schnauzers have a slightly different temperament from other terriers, since their ancestry is different. Miniature Schnauzers are known for their friendly, outgoing, and willing to please temperament.
Miniature Schnauzers were recognized by the AKC in 1926 and today they 19th out of the breeds registered with AKC.
Schnoodles usually live 10-15 years.
Schnoodles vary widely in appearance! They can inherit traits from their parents (and even grandparents!) that make them look like a Schnauzer, a poodle, or a mix of both!
The traditional Schnauzer haircut gives Schnauzers bushy eyebrows and a beard. They also have a rough, wiry terrier-type coat which is low shed. They muscular and stocky.
Poodles have short, curly coats which are also low shed. They have a long, narrow muzzle with dark eyes set far apart. Their ears are long and flat and hang close to the sides of their head.
Schnoodles can be black, blue, silver, gray, cream, apricot, red, white, brown, or café au lait, or a mix of colors.
Your Schnoodle’s coat type depends on the traits they inherit from their parents. Their coat may favor the Schnauzer’s coat or the Poodle’s coat. Talk to you vet about the right kind of grooming for your Schnoodle puppy.
Your Schnoodle will also need its teeth brushed nails trimmed regularly.
Grooming for a Poodle-Type Coat
Many people think of the elaborate, pom-pom-like haircut (called the “Continental Clip”) when they think of poodles. However, poodles can be given regular haircuts that follow the contour of their body (called a “Sporting Clip”).
Although Poodles are known for minimal shedding, their curly coats need some extra care. They need to be groomed every 4-6 weeks and brushed regularly, or their coat will become matted and tangled.
Poodles can have weepy eyes that may stain the fur around their eye area. Use a warm, damp cloth and gently wipe your poodle’s eyes to prevent eye stains.
Grooming for a Schnauzer-Type Coat
Schnauzers, like all terriers, have a wiry top and a soft undercoat, which needs frequent brushing. A Schnauzer’s coat will also need stripped or plucked, which simply means removing the dead hair. This can be a time consuming process. The good news is they shed very little.
Allergens are caused by dander, which is dead skin cells. Both animals and humans shed these skin cells. Dander is attached to the hair that dogs shed.
Poodles and Schnauzers are both low-shed dogs, so Schnoodles are considered hypo-allergenic. However, each puppy has a different combination of genes, so allergens vary from dog to dog. Spending time with a puppy before adopting them is a good way to know if you are triggered by their allergens.
If you or someone in your home has allergies, please talk to your family physician before adopting a puppy.