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British pronunciation/ʃnˈɔːzɐ/
American pronunciation/ˈʃnaʊzɝ/

a German dog breed with a muscled built, curly coat and long hair on the muzzle that is protective in nature

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Schnauzer definition and meaning

What is a "schnauzer"?

The Schnauzer is a distinctive breed of dog known for its bearded snout, bushy eyebrows, and rectangular body shape. Schnauzers come in three different sizes: Miniature, Standard, and Giant. They have a wiry coat that is typically salt-and-pepper, black, or white in color. Schnauzers are known for their alert and spirited nature, and they are often described as confident, intelligent, and protective. They are energetic and require regular exercise and mental stimulation. Schnauzers are known for their loyalty and affection towards their families, and they can make excellent companions and watchdogs. They are also known for their adaptability and versatility, excelling in various activities such as obedience, agility, and even as therapy dogs. Proper training and socialization from an early age are important for Schnauzers to thrive and be well-behaved pets.

1A little girl with a burger was mauled by a schnauzer.
2Oh my God, this is a small standard Schnauzer.
3It's like a mini Schnauzer. -
4- I love standard Schnauzer's.
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