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They come in black and brown and often have white markings. Some may come in all white, but this is rare.

Schnocker is a hybrid mix between Miniature Schnauzer and the Cocker Spaniel. These canines can inherit the personality traits from both or either parents breed. After a close observation by the breeders and his owners, Schnocker is turn out to be a medium-sized dog having a height ranging between 12-15 inches tall. He weighs around 16-25 pounds. The canine owns a slim body with long legs, webbed feet, and thin floppy ears. The face has big dark eyes followed by a black nose and further a thick beard. His coat is sometimes short or long, sometimes straight, shaggy, or wavy, coarse or soft with long hair depending upon the traits of dominant parent. Commonly he is black, blonde, grey, white, and champagne. Also, the size of the tail varies.

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Schnocker is a hybrid breed having the genetics of the Miniature Schnauzer and the Cocker Spaniel. The canine has a charming nature possessing intelligence, affection, and cuddling features. He is a family oriented canine, and keeping it far from the family can make him suffer separation anxiety. He enjoys being the center of attention and requires a great deal of time of his family. The excitement of being surrounded by the family is visible on the body in the form of piddle spots. This shows the emotional level of this breed towards other living beings. Another quality of this breed is that he is a quick learner and holds a strong desire to learn. Proper social training is a must to make them get along with kids and other small pets.

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10-13 inches
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15-20 lbs
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General Health

The major health issue that can affect Schnocker is retinal dysplasia, Portosystemic Shunt, Retinal Dysplasia Seborrhea, and Sick Sinus Syndrome. Treating these breeds occasionally is the best way to protect them.

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Schnocker is a hybrid mix of the Miniature Schnauzer and the Cocker Spaniel. The Miniature Schnauzer derived from German Standard Schnauzer was the two different breeds bred especially for hunting purpose on land as well as water. The breed gained recognition from American Kennel club in 1926. The other breed Cocker Spaniel is the smallest Spaniel. The breed got recognition by American Kennel Club in 1948.

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Schnocker is a small size canine that requires moderate maintenance. He requires regular brushing various times a week for removing debris, loose hairs, tangles, and mats. This way, the hairs are kept healthy and beautiful. Schnocker comes in the category of minimum shedding breed deriving this trait from parent breed. Bathing these canines a few times a month is enough as regular bathing can evade the oil from the coat that helps in keeping the coat weather resistant and water repellent. To avoid ear infections, it is to keep a check on their ear regularly using a cotton ball and canine ear wash. Apart from that, the other part includes toenails, tooth, and body odor that is must be taken care of.

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Ideal Environment

Schnocker is an active canine with friendly and loving nature. He is the one that enjoys the company of his owner and his family members. Instead of being alone, he loves to spend time with his owner sitting on the couch watching the TV. To make his mood on, you need to take him for a regular walk and make him exercise daily. Taking him in a canines park will help him out in doing good in daily life. A regular gaming session involving game such as Frisbee, flyball, fetch, obedience, and agility training will keep his body and mind proactive. Because of his short size, he is good for living in apartments or condo. He can also live in a family home in an urban or rural setting. He can live in every climatic condition, but serving it with proper care and protection is must during hot temperature.

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