Caring for a Carnauzer
Feeding: Typically, the Carnauzer can be free fed without any problems.
Living with a Carnauzer
Temperament: The Carnauzer is a friendly dog not known for snapping.
Family Dog: The Carnauzer makes a wonderful family pet.
Shedding: The Carnauzer is considered a low to no shedding dog.
Grooming: The Carnauzer requires some grooming much like a Schnauzer.
Barking: The Carnauzer does bark some, mainly when excited.
Exercise: The Carnauzer makes a wonderful exercise partner.
Size: The Carnauzer weighs around 22 pounds when fully grown.
Companionship: The Carnauzer is a very loving do that can become very attached their owner.
Head: The Carnauzer has a square shaped head.
Eyes: The Carnauzer has the epitome of big puppy dog eyes.
Body: The Carnauzer has the short legs of the Cairn Terrier and the body of the Schnauzer.
Forequarters: The forequarters of the Carnauzer are strong and stout which makes them a good digger, but they typically grow out of it.
Hindquarters: The Carnauzer has very strong hindquarters.
Tail: The tail of the Carnauzer is generally docked.
Color: The coat of the Carnauzer can be a very lite wheat almost blond.
Coat: The Carnauzer has a great coat first coat much like a Cairn's. If that is trimmed from there on out the coat is more like a Schnauzer's.
Characteristics: The Carnauzer loves kids over adults but loves attention overall.
Health: Overall, the Carnauzer is a very hearty, healthy dog.
* 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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