About the Chizer
The Chizer is a hybrid dog that is made up of a combination of two different purebreeds. It's a cross between the Chihuahua and the Miniature Schnauzer. We've found the best method for understanding the characteristics of the Chizer is to read both of its ancestors descriptions taking note of their temperaments, size and general look.
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The Chizer comes in a variety of colors including brown, black, white, gray or a mixed. The ears are medium in length and are capable of standing erect. The snout is known to be long or short.
The Chizer should be socialized from birth with other dogs, animals and especially children. Training may be need to prevent nipping. This breed is known to be bold and protective of its owners. Generally playful, this breed has a hard time sitting still. Eventually this breed will tire out and be ready for a snuggle and a nap. The Chizer is ideal for single owners or families without children. Life with children isn't a problem if properly socialized and trained.
The Chizer is healthy overall but may have seasonal allergies.
The Chizer requires a medium amount of maintenance due to its fast going hair. Brushing is required weekly in order to prevent tangles and mats. Bathing is required monthly.
The ideal environment for a Chizer is indoors in any sized apartment or house. This breed loves the outdoors and daily leash walks.
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My male Chizer, Argus is 10 weeks old and he goes everywhere with me and waits in the car when I need to run into the grocery store or anywhere else. He is very starched to me and when I go to work at night he stays with his daddy...Asked by Anonymous - Array answers