Pros and cons of owning a schnauzer: how to choose the right breed

Pros and cons of owning a schnauzer: how to choose the right breed


02/13/2024 10:11

Before you decide to get a dog, you need to carefully evaluate all the pros and cons: when purchasing a puppy, you are obliged to provide him with decent care, a variety of activities, proper nutrition and, of course, your tenderness.

Do not forget that for a dog, the family is its whole life, so it is important to reciprocate its devotion.

There is a huge variety of breeds, each with its own character and characteristics, so the choice should be made in accordance with your own preferences and needs.

Wire-haired schnauzers originate from Germany and were historically used for herding, guard duty, and home guarding. Their images can be found in works of art and ancient tapestries. In the 19th century, the breed was divided into three varieties based on size.

Schnauzers are distinguished by outstanding intelligence, good eyesight and hearing. In the past, their tails and ears were cut, but this practice is now banned in many countries. Their tough coat provides good protection from extreme temperatures. They are known for their longevity and excellent health.

Miniature Schnauzers are brave and loyal dogs based on the standard Schnauzers, Miniature Pinschers and Affenpinschers. Despite their small size, they are excellent watchdogs and sporting partners.

The Miniature Schnauzer, or Standard Schnauzer, was used as a liaison and ambulance dog during the First World War. They were also useful for pest control, cart guarding, and customs duties. These dogs are ideal for an active lifestyle and are easy to train.

Giant Schnauzers, or giant schnauzers, were first shown at an exhibition in Munich in 1909. They were used for pasture, guarding and police service. These are very intelligent and energetic dogs that successfully perform various work tasks and actively participate in sporting events.

Author Semyon Papinsky

Semyon Papinsky is a student at Moscow State University. M. V. Lomonosova, freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru

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