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Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 9/19


Toledo Blade - Sep 19, 2018
Standard schnauzer mix, black and white male; stray taken to shelter Sept. 8 by Christopher Barror, Marshall Drive, Swanton, from Avondale Avenue and Dorr Street, Toledo. Go to toledoblade.com/​doglogterms for a glossary of the terms used in the dog log.
 

Standard Schnauzer


DogTime - Sep 10, 2015
Standard Schnauzers were originally bred to be ratters, guard dogs, and all-purpose dogs on German farms. Their versatility, medium size, protective nature, and love of family make them an excellent companion dog breed. See all Standard Schnauzer ...
 

These Are The 'Smartest' Dog Breeds, According to a Canine Psychologist


ScienceAlert - May 12, 2018
Collie Keeshond. 17. German short-haired pointer. 18. Flat-coated retriever, English cocker spaniel, Standard schnauzer. 19. Brittany spaniel. 20. Cocker spaniel, Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever. 21. Weimaraner. 22. Belgian Malinois, Bernese ...
 

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I Love My Dog Sterling Silver 925 Cufflinks Standard Schnauzer


 

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Standard Schnauzer - Top 10 Interesting Facts


Standard Schnauzers were originally bred to be ratters, guard dogs, and all-purpose dogs on German farms. There are TOP 10 interesting facts about Standard ...
 

Standard Schnauzer Dog Training Winston Salem NC | Ollie


Standard Schnauzer Dog Training Winston Salem NC Ollie - 18 month Standard Schnauzer Puppy Jim Hodges Jim Hodges Dog Training 336-945-3232 ...
 

Standard Schnauzer Puppy (Day 2 - part 3/3)


Delmy playing with Matthias.
 

Standard Schnauzer vs Possum


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Standard Schnauzer / Dog Breed


The Standard Schnauzer is a dog breed that originated in Germany in the 15th and 16th centuries. The literal translation is \