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Chonzer

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Caring for a Chonzer

Feeding: The Chonzer may have an issue with food allergies and need to be fed prescription food and no table scraps.

Living with a Chonzer

Shedding: The Chonzer is a very low shed dog.

Grooming: The coat of the Chonzer will need to be trimmed frequently especially during the warmer months.

Barking: Unlike the purebred Schnauzer, the Chonzer is not a yapper at all. They typically only bark when they feel the need to protect or defend themselves or their family.

Exercise: At home the Chonzer can be very energetic.

Chonzer Appearance

Size: A fully grown Chonzer is about 18 inches tall and weigh about 35 pounds.

Head: The Chonzer may have the round Bichon head with the Schnauzer snout.

Color: As a puppy the Chonzer may be salt & pepper colored and become mostly white with some grey strands speckled in as an adult.

Chonzer Facts

Characteristics: The Chonzer is very protective of his surroundings and apprehensive with strangers. However, they are extremely loving with their family and people they have met before. They are equally happy cuddling on the couch or playing fetch and love to swim.

Chonzer Health

Health: The Chonzer may have an issue with food allergies. It is pretty rare and not necessarily a result of the mix. As with other Bichons, this mix can be prone to bladder stones.

Ear Health: The ears of the Chonzer need some maintenance as the hair can get long inside the ear if it is not trimmed regularly, which could also lead to infections.


* 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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