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Breed breakdown: An in-depth look at the miniature schnauzer


Hub City Times - Dec 20, 2016
The miniature schnauzer was bred down from the standard schnauzer — medium-sized — by adding in miniature poodles and Affenpinchers. Miniatures were developed as ratters but also as companions. They are described as “alert and spirited yet obedient ...
 

Springfield dogs headed to hunt rats before competing in Westminster


KY3 - Feb 8, 2017
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. A barn full of straw and varmints to hunt mean Campbell is in heaven. The standard schnauzer was born to work, but, like most animals, he has to be pointed in the right direction. The person leading him is not only his trainer, but ...
 

Standard Schnauzer


DogTime - Feb 1, 2011
The Standard Schnauzer is a medium-size dog who inspired early breeders to develop two more breeds who look just like him — the Miniature Schnauzer and the Giant Schnauzer. It's no wonder breeders wanted to duplicate this dog in different sizes for ...
 

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BARBARA DILLE - Standard Schnauzer (Rare Breed) - HARDCOVER ** Brand New **


 

Original Oil Art Portrait Painting STANDARD SCHNAUZER Signed Artwork DOG PUPPY


 

STANDARD SCHNAUZER: COLD-CAST BRONZE FIGURINE 5.5" LONG #63-140


 

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Standard Schnauzer - AKC Dog Breed Series


Learn more about Standard Schnauzer: http://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/standard-schnauzer/
 

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 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 \