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The coat of the Giant Schnoodle comes in black and silver, possibly with patches of white. The coat is thick with soft waves and curls.

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The Giant Schnoodle is known to be exceptionally perceptive at understanding social situations and will act according (Ie. understanding when to lay or when to play). The Giant Schnoodle is known to be playful and exceptionally gentle. It is also known to be easily distractable and may loose focus easily, especially when a rodent, cat or dog appear. The Giant Schnoodle is affectionate and bonds closely to its owners. Due to the this breeds ability for independent thinking, training may be difficult. A calm, consistent training program should aid a frustrated owner. Generally this breed mellows with age but will still require daily exercise and walks.

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The Giant Schnoodle is typically 24-28 inches tall from paw to wither. They usually weigh from 70-85 pounds but it can vary from dog to dog.
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100-120 pounds
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General Health

This breed has no known health issues.

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Grooming is required roughly every three months. Bathing is required at least once a month. Most owners choose to brush their Giant Schnoodle several times a week. The Giant Schnoodle is hypoallergenic and does not shed.

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Ideal Environment

The Giant Schnoodle requires daily walks with time to play and exercise. This breed loves the outdoors and may become mischievous if under exercised. Although this breed isn't an avid chewer of property, chew toys are recommended to keep this breed entertained.

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