Schnatzu, Schnautsu, Schnutzu, Shnatzu
Caring for a Schnau-Tzu
Feeding: The Schnau-Tzu should be fed 3 times a day in small portions.
Living with a Schnau-Tzu
Personality: The Schnau-Tzu is a very loving and playful dog that loves to be held. They can sometimes be moody and have an attitude.
Shedding: The Schnau-Tzu sheds very little if any.
Grooming: The Schnau-Tzu should be brushed at least twice a week or taken to a groomer.
Training: The Schnau-Tzu is a very intelligent dog who will learn very fast with proper, positive reinforcement training.
Barking: The Schnau-Tzu hardly barks unless they are lonely or playing.
Exercise: The Schnau-Tzu should be walked 30 minutes to an hour a day or exercised in the house or yard.
Living Conditions: The Schnau-Tzu can do well in apartment living.
Appearance: The Schnau-Tzu has the appearance of a teddy bear.
Companionship: The Schnau-Tzu makes a wonderful companion dog but they do not like to be left alone for very long.
Body: The Schnau-Tzu is short with a curled tail.
Color: The coat of a Schnau-Tzu can be Black, Black & White, Brown, Tan or Silver.
Coat: The Schnau-Tzu has a soft, fine coat that cand get long.
Life Expectancy: The life expectancy of the Schnau-Tzu is 10 to 12 years.
Health: The Schnau-Tzu may have trouble with respitory colds or hernias.
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