||Schnorgie, Schornigi, Shcnorgi, Snorgi, Snorgie
Living with a Schnorgi
Family Dog: The Schnorgi makes a great family dog. They are typically great with children older children.
Shedding: The Schnorgi sheds very little.
Grooming: The Schnorgi's coat may require some trimming depending on how much of the Schnauzer coat they inherit.
Training: The Schnorgi is a very intelligent dog who can be trained easily at a young age.
Behavior: The Schnorgi is a very playful dog.
Barking: The Schnorgi likes to bark when playing, but is generally a quiet dog otherwise.
Exercise: The Schnorgi needs plenty of daily exercise.
Living Conditions: The Schnorgi can live in an apartment or house provided they are given enough daily exercise.
Appearance: The Schnorgi can have traits of either parent breed with some having more of the Corgi body and the Schnauzer head.
Size: A fully grown Schnorgi weighs between 15 to 20 pounds.
Companionship: The Schnorgi is a very affectionate dog who loves to be held and makes a great companion.
Ears: The Schnorgi can have large floppy or erect ears.
Body: The Schnorgi has a long body with stubby legs.
Color: The coat of the Schnorgi can be yellow, black and white or tan with grey or black whiskers on the ears and chin.
Coat: The coat of the Schnorgi is wiry like a Schnauzer's coat.
Allergies: The Schnorgi is not prone to any known allergies at this time.
Litter Size: The average litter size of the Schnorgi is 5 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.
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