DBR , IDCR
||Scheagle, Scneagle, Sheagle, Shneagle, Sneagle
Caring for a Schneagle
Feeding: The Schneagle will eat when they are ready to eat.
Living with a Schneagle
Personality: The Schneagle is a very friendly and sociable that loves people and other dogs.
Temperament: The Schneagle is a lovely that makes a great companion whos loves males and females.
Family Dog: The Schneagle is not recommended for small children as they have a tendency to bite and snap. They typically will not bite other dogs unless they bite first. They are great around adults and provide hours of entertainment.
Shedding: The Schneagle does shed but not too bad. If they spend most of their time indoors, regular vacuuming will be required.
Grooming: The coat of the Schneagle requires no grooming except for trimming around the eyes.
Training: The Schneagle requires persistent training and probably wont settle down until at least 3 years of age.
Behavior: The Schneagle is an inquisitive dog with selective hearing who always wants to play. They have lots of energy, like jump up alot, can get bored very easily and will let you know it.
Barking: The Schneagle barks rarely.
Exercise: The Schneagle has an endless amount of energy. They needs daily walks and exercise. They love to run.
Living Conditions: The Schneagle can be an indoor or outdoor dog but should have a yard with plenty of running space.
Appearance: The Schneagle has soft Beagle ears with a tri-colored Schnauzer looking coat.
Companionship: The Schneagle is always happy to see you. They like to be inside with the family and need lots of attention. They are very loyal companions.
Nose: The Schneagle has a very strong nose which can lead them astray very easily.
Ears: The Schneagle can have floppy ears like the Beagle.
Neck: The Schneagle typically has a mane like a lion around their neck.
Body: The Schneagle is a medium sized dog.
Hindquarters: The Schneagle have very strong hind legs.
Coat: The coat of the Schneagle is thick but not too long.
Characteristics: The Schneagle is a friendly dog who can be submissive when approaching other dogs. They have a strong sense of smell.
Allergies: The Schneagle has no know allergies at this time.
Dental Health: The Schneagle typically has a great set of teeth. They love to chew on bones.
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