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Schnocker Breed Information

Schnocker

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA:
   
Mispellings: Schnoker, Schonker, Scnocker, Shnocker, Snocker
   
 

Caring for a Schnocker

Feeding: The Schnocker can be a picky eater.

Living with a Schnocker

Personality: The Schnocker has a lot of personality. They absolutely love people and other dogs. They are very sweet, excited, lovable dogs.

Temperament: The Schnocker is a very sweet and energetic dog.

Family Dog: The Schnocker is a great faily dog that is typically great with children and other dogs. They are very playful and full of energy. Care should be taken around younger children as they can be hyper and jump on them.

Shedding: The Schnocker does not shed much, especially with a weekly brushing.

Grooming: The coat of the Schnocker should be brushed a few times a week depending on the way you like their coat. You may want a trip to the groomers about once every 2 to 8 months.

Training: The Schnocker can be trained easily using positive reinforcement techniques.

Behavior: The Schnocker is a loving, hyper and playful dog. They are very energetic and does not like to be left alone. They love their family.

Barking: Some Schnockers do bark a lot while others only bark at noises or when they see someone outside. Training can help control this.

Exercise: The Schnocker should be taken on a daily walk or given time outside in the yard with a ball or frisbee. The Schnocker can be trained to walk right by your side on walks.

Physical Ability: The Schnocker is exceptionally fast and can easily outrun dogs three times their size. They are very athletic dogs but they do not like the water much.

Schnocker Appearance

Appearance: The Schnocker can be all black with a gray undercoat and a white diamond on the chest and a little white on their toes. They have long legs and floppy ears.

Size: A fully grown Schnocker can weigh around 20 to 30 pounds.

Companionship: The Schnocker makes an absolute wonderful companion. They won't leave your side for anything. They would also be great company for another dog of any size. They like other dogs that are playful, like them.

Nose: The Schnocker has a round black nose.

Eyes: The eyes of the Schnocker are brown in color.

Ears: The Schnocker has rounded, floppy ears.

Muzzle: The Schnocker has a small beard.

Body: The Schnocker is a medium-sized dog with a thin build.

Feet: The Schnocker has large, webbed, round paws.

Color: The coat of the Schnocker can be black, brown or champagne in color. The are mainly one color but may have markings on their face, chest or feet.

Coat: The coat of the Schnocker is coarse but still very soft. The coat on the body is short with a longer coat on the legs, face, eyebrows, ears and feet.

Schnocker Facts

Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Schnocker is around 13 to 15 years of age.

Characteristics: The Schnocker is an energetic, fun-loving, playful, excited dog.

Schnocker Health

Health: Overall Schnockers are very healthy dogs.

Ear Health: The Schnocker can have a lot of ear problems and must have their ears cleaned once a week to aviod ear infections.

Dental Health: The Schnocker should have their teeth brushed at least once a week.

Litter Size: The average litter size is 4 to 7 pups.


* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.


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