J.A.C. Kennels


General Appearance: The Schnoodle is a cross between a Schnauzer and a Poodle. Because the Schnoodle is a mixed breed, the coat can be rough and coarse, like the Schnauzer or softer like the Poodle, or anything in-between the two. They can be of any color.

Size: This widely depends on which Schnauzers and Poodles were crossed to make the Schnoodle.

Coat: The Schnoodle must be brushed weekly and clipped every 6-12 weeks. The Schnoodle sheds little to no hair and is good for allergy sufferers.

Temperament: Schnoodles are very intelligent and easy to train. They like to be with people and are happy and loving. The smaller varieties make good lap dogs. Demanding and delightful; very amusing and clever. Energetic, affectionate, and obedient. Playful and alert. Schnoodles make good companions and family pets. The best way to determine the temperament of a Schnoodle is to look up both breeds and know that you can have a mix of any of the characteristics or traits. He has a great temperament, happy disposition, vivid expressions, and is great with children.