The wiry double coat of the Schnauzer is considered to be low shedding.
But that doesn’t mean your Schnauzer doesn’t require some grooming.
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As for the Standard we hardly ever get them in the program, the breed club works really hard to keep the standard from getting out of control like the mini and now sadly the giant.
This breed in all three sizes are NOT hypoallergenic.
There are three sizes of the Schnauzer breed: giant, standard, and miniature.
The biggest misconception is that a Giant Schnauzer is just like a Miniature Schnauzer, just bigger. A Giant Schnauzer is in the working breed class and they are a guarding breed.
Probably the biggest reason that dogs are turned in to our rescue is this. Once they start having a family and if the dog should snap at the child, then in most cases they blame the dog.
And most of the time, it is preventable; kids just need to be taught to be gentle with Schnauzers.
They use their mouths to direct you to what they want.
The Giant is also not the best with small dogs, especially of the same sex.
The softer outer coat of the Schnauzer does shed, but the loose hairs become trapped in the thicker undercoat.
Therefore, though you will notice very little hair around the house, your Schnauzer requires regular brushing to keep the coat from becoming tangled or matted.
The Miniature Schnauzer is considerably less aggressive with both strangers and other animals than are his larger relatives.