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Schnoodles are generally good natured dogs that get along well with children and other animals. They are loyal companions that like to stay close to their owners.

Schnoodles love playing and going on walks with their families but they also appreciate quiet time spent snuggling on the couch or bed.

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Schnoodles are generally good natured dogs that get along well with children and other animals. They are loyal companions that like to stay close to their owners.

Schnoodles love playing and going on walks with their families but they also appreciate quiet time spent snuggling on the couch or bed.

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Schnoodles 6 months old 1 salt and pepper girl 1 Steel grey boy Puppies have been vet checked, vaccinated, microchipped and wormed fortnightly. Third vaccination will be done. Pups have been reared on advance puppy dry biscuits and raw meats. Can arrange transport Australia wide at buyers expense. For more photos and information please call 0448 410 754.

Kelly Eccles


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ALL SOLD -IF YOU WISH SEND ME A MESSAGE AND I'LL PUT YOU ON MY WAITING LIST- CHEERSMiniature SCHNOODLE Puppies Raised in loving home - Vet Checked, fully Vaccinated Micro-chipped and CAR registered. Please read complete advert. Price negotiable I have been breeding Schnoodles for 20 years. My Schnoodles have been used as therapy pups in treatment of PTSD and depression. If you haven’t had a puppy before I help you understand the requirements as puppies are a commitment. I provide my puppy manual 101 plus other support. I welcome calls to discuss. and can provide "face-time communications" and more photos at that time. Interstate transportation is via JetPets (Melbourne) after 29/8/23 (12 weeks). I have many satisfied customers who are now friends. My Vet has over 35 years experience and checks my pups thoroughly. The Schnoodle (Schnauzer x Poodle) is known for the qualities of both the Schnauzer and the Poodle, particularly its intelligence, lively personality, good temper and protective nature. The Schnoodle is easily trained and makes for a devoted companion. The intelligence of the Schnoodle is readily apparent as it is quickly trained and inquisitive.

Tony Paterson


Schnoodle Puppies

Miniature SCHNOODLE Raised in loving home -not a kennels- Vet Checked, Fully Vaccinated Micro-chipped and CAR registered. The Schnoodle is considered hypoallergenic and non shedding  The Schnoodle is known for the qualities of both the Schnauzer and the Poodle, particularly its intelligence, lively personality, good temper and protective nature. The Schnoodle is easily trained and makes for a devoted companion. The intelligence of the Schnoodle is readily apparent as it is quickly trained and inquisitive.I have been breeding Schnoodles for 20 years and please call me to discuss.I welcome calls to discuss. and can provide "face-time communications" and more photos at that time. Interstate transportation is via JetPets (Melbourne) after 29/8/23 (12 weeks)

Tony Paterson


Maltese Shih Tzu Poodle

I have 2 Girls And 2 Boys Non shedding Puppies come Microchipped Wormed Vet Checked and first vaccination Puppies will be ready for their forever homes on 24/07/23 8 weeks

Julie watt


Schnoodle looking for new home

Sadly I have to return into the office as I can no longer work from home. It’s not fair to leave Coco by herself all day and she has become use to having someone at home for most of the day She’s an albino (blue eyes and pink nose) Never had any health issues with Coco. She’s up to date on all her vaccinations She’s affectionate, loves children, gets along with other dogs and cats. She loves going in the car as well. She doesn’t bark unless home alone for long periods of time. Someone can knock on the door and she won’t bark either. She’s extremely timid.  

Harriet Stevenson


Beautiful schnoodle puppies

Beautiful healthy schnoodle puppies. 3 girls 1 boy. Born 16th September.  Ready to go to new families 11th November. Wormed , vaccinated,  microchipped and vet checked. My dogs are part of my family so best home only for these little cuties. Each puppy comes with a puppy pack.  Please contact for more details or to organise a visit.

Sonya


Shmoodle pups available now

1 FEMALE 1 MALE Will be under 4kg full grown very placid, and tiny. Great personalities! Male very laid back and does his own thing, female loves company and lots of cuddles, perfect lap dog for young or old! Shmoodles are a small designer cross breed that are wonderful with kids, other animals and are a people pleasing dog. They are hypoallergenic, non-shedding, intelligent, affectionate, calm and sweet companions great for the whole family, both young and old. Mum and dad are both wonderful family dogs with calm personalities. Mum even comes into work with me and works as a therapy dog in disability. As a small family breeder, our pups are raised as part of the family with our five children (from toddler to teenager!) labrador, cat and rabbits so will be well socialised. Dad - pure Toy poodle 4kg Mum - 3/4 toy poodle 3.8kg Parents from past puppies have all remained in contact and have amazing stories to share all agreeing that our pups have outstanding temperaments and have all fit into their families with ease and love. This will be this mums last litter. Puppies have been vet health cleared, vaccinated, microchipped and wormed and come with a puppy pack and desexing voucher at Vets for Pets. I am a RPBA registered breeder, RPBA#9534 #DACO111245 Located in VISTA SA

Alison pazios


Sweetest Schnoodle Puppies

Beautiful Schnoodle puppies. Ready for new home now. Have been microchipped, vet check and are up to date with their worm and flea treated. Puppies available to view. Can FaceTime, can deliver interstate. We are registered breeders.

Doug


Schnoodle’s – Schnauzer X Miniature Poodle

We have a litter of Beautiful 2nd Generation Schnoodles available, there are 5 boys and 4 girls . They come with there first Vaccination, Vet Check, Microchipped and wormed every 2 weeks since birth. Schnoodle's  make great family pets and they are Non Shedding and Non Allergenic, Our pups are well socialized and come from an animal friendly environment. these puppies can be delivered to Wyong on the 1st May or we can arrange transport to most places in Australia . We are located on the border of NSW and Qld 95ks west of Tenterfield .  

Lewis Kerr


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The Ultimate Schnoodle Guide

About Schnoodle

The Schnoodle is a hybrid or designer dog breed, a combination of the Miniature Schnauzer and the Poodle. The breed has become increasingly popular since its introduction in the 1980s.

Schnoodles are intelligent, friendly and easy to train dogs that make excellent family pets. This breed is an excellent companion for active families looking for an affectionate pet that loves spending time with them while still being independent enough to handle some alone time without getting too anxious or destructive.

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10 to 15 years

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3 to 34 kg

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25 to 66 cm

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Low-shedding coat brush at least 3 times a week

Origins

The exact origin of the Schnoodle is unknown; however, it is believed that it was created somewhere in North America during the 1980s when hybrid dog breeds first began gaining popularity.

This hybrid was created with equal parts of both parent breeds – intelligence & trainability from the Poodle combined with strength & loyalty from the Schnauzer – making it an ideal family pet for those looking for something smaller than a full-sized dog but bigger than a toy breed.

The Schnauzer is an old German breed that dates back to the 15th century. They were bred as ratters and guard dogs and were also used by farmers to herd livestock. It is theorised that Schnauzer breeders probably crossed the black German Poodle and the grey Wolfspitz with more than a pinch of Wire-haired or Rough Pinscher to create the first Schnauzer.

Poodles originated in Germany as well, though they are thought to have descended from water retrievers rather than herding dogs like the Schnauzer. They were used as gun dogs and retrievers by hunters in Europe before becoming a popular show dog at the end of the 19th century.

Poodles are known for their intelligence, obedience, athleticism and agility; all qualities that are usually passed down to their hybrid offspring.

This crossbreed has become increasingly popular among families due to its small size and friendly demeanour. Some breeders have even started breeding Schnoodles to other Schnoodles in an attempt to create stable multigenerational lines.

Today, you can find Schnoodles living happily in homes all across the world.

Key Characteristics Of Schnoodles

Are Schnoodles Family-Friendly?

Yes! Schnoodles are known for being very intelligent and eager to please, which makes them easy to train. They also tend to be very loyal and protective of their owners, making them excellent watchdogs and guardians.

They tend to have an even temper and usually get along well with children as well as other pets in the household.

Common Health Issues & Considerations

Schnoodles may suffer from:

Legg-Calve-Perthes disease

A disorder of the hip joint where the head of the femur bone degenerates, leading to pain and lameness.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy

Epilepsy

Nature / Temperament

Playful, Intelligent, Sweet, Alert, Attentive

Suitable Environment

A Schnoodle will thrive when given lots of attention from its owners. They do not do well when left alone for long periods of time so having someone who can devote time each day to playing and interacting with them is essential. A fenced-in backyard can also be beneficial as it allows your pup to explore safely while providing additional opportunities for exercise and playtime outdoors.

Larger Schnoodles may not fit well into apartments, but toy and miniature Schnoodles should adapt to almost any home.

Other Considerations

  1. Because the Schnoodle is a crossbreed, the temperament and appearance of Schnoodle puppies aren’t as predictable as those of purebreds.
  2. Schnoodles are protective of their families and can make excellent guard dogs.
  3. Owing to their Poodle heritage, most Schnoodles are extremely intelligent.

How can I take good care of my Schnoodle?

Nutrition

When selecting food for your Schnoodle puppy, look for high-quality dog food that contains plenty of protein from sources like chicken, pork, beef or fish, as well as other essential vitamins and minerals like omega-3 fatty acids.

Avoid products with too much corn, wheat gluten, soy or artificial preservatives as these ingredients can cause gastrointestinal upset in some dogs.

Schnoodle puppies have different dietary needs than adults and senior dogs, so it’s important to feed your pup accordingly. Depending on their size, puppies should be fed three or four times per day, with an appropriate portion size for their age and weight.

As your puppy grows older, you can reduce the number of meals per day until they reach adulthood when one or two meals per day will suffice. When in doubt, consult your veterinarian for more specific information.

Grooming

Regular brushing is essential for Schnoodles to keep their coat in top condition. It should be done around three times a week with a slicker brush or pin brush, depending on the coat’s length and texture. This will help remove any mats or tangles that may have formed during playtime or outdoor activities.

Exercise

Most Schnoodles need at least 45 minutes of daily physical activity. This can include walks around the block or in the park, playing catch or Frisbee in an open space, or swimming in a lake or pool.

For puppies and seniors, shorter but more frequent sessions may be necessary.

Training

Like all dogs, Schnoodle puppies require consistent training to ensure they develop into well-behaved adults. The first step in training a Schnoodle is to establish basic obedience commands. Teaching these commands should be done through positive reinforcement techniques such as rewarding with treats or verbal praise when the desired behaviour is achieved.

It’s important to keep the training sessions short and fun so your Schnoodle puppy doesn’t get bored or frustrated.

Consistency is key when setting boundaries so your Schnoodle knows what is expected of them at all times. You may opt to enrol your Schnoodle in training classes. If you do, ensure that the training methods are based on positive reinforcement.

This is general information and should not be relied on for adopting or purchasing advice.

Most Asked Schnoodle Questions

No, Schnoodle puppies should not live outdoors. They are a very social breed and need to be around people and other animals in order to stay healthy and happy.

Schnoodles also don’t do well in extreme temperatures, so it is best to keep them indoors.

Housetraining Schnoodle puppies is not difficult, but it does take patience and consistency. The key to successful housetraining is to establish a routine and be consistent with it.

Start by taking your puppy out to the designated area frequently, rewarding them for going potty in the right spot and correcting any accidents that occur in the house.

Make sure everyone in the household follows the same rules and routines when it comes to housetraining.

When looking for Schnoodle puppies for sale, it’s better to rely only on ethical, responsible breeders. Schnoodle puppies from good breeders will have a better chance of turning out to be happy, healthy adults.

The average cost of a Schnoodle for sale is usually between AUD $1500 and $4000.

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