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Schnese is a mixed breed between the Miniature Schnauzer and the Havanese, and he derives its appearance from both or either of the two parent breeds. He reaches a tall height of 13 inches, and they weight heavy as much as 15 pounds. He derives bushy eyebrows and beard from his parent breed. Schnese has a fine, soft, and straight coat with color variation in their hairs like black, brown, grey, silver, white. At an early age as a puppy, the color of the fur is brown and black color while it turns into silver or grey as these canine grow old. The eyes of these canines are dark and small with almond-shape. He owes a black nose with floppy ears, and long tail.

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This breed is friendly and energetic. They strive to please their owners and constantly crave attention. This breed tends to have a balance between the Havanese laid back nature and the Miniature Schnauzers exuberant personality.

Schnese is very loving, adorable, caring, and friendly canine that derives these characteristics from his parent breeds the Miniature Schnauzer and the Havanese. His fun-loving attitude allows the pet lovers to keep him as their pet. His pleasing nature makes it easy to train him smoothly in comparison to other breeds. Being a family oriented dog, he does not perform well when left alone or isolated. As he is a small canine, it is essential to train the children as well the proper ways to touch and play with him.

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7-9 inches
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6-10 pounds
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General Health

The Schnese get affected by Myotonia Congenita, Urolithiasis, Portosystemic Shunt, Von Willebrand\'s Disease, and Sick Sinus Syndrome. They require occasional testing of Complete Blood Count, Internal Imaging (x-ray, CT scan, MRI, etc.), Brain Auditory Evoked, Blood And Urine Analysis, Response (BAER), and Ear Tests and Myringotomy Tests.

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Schnese is a mixed breed of Miniature Schnauzer and the Havanese. Miniature Schnauzer is among those old breeds that were originated in Germany. The breed did not get recognition as a specific one till the 1800s. The ancestry of Miniature Schnauzer was believed to be the Standard Schnauzer, Poodle, and Affenpinscher, with few fanciers that include Wire Fox Terrier, the Miniature Pinscher, and Zwergspitz. Mini Schnauzer came into the recognition of the American Kennel Club in 1926. Talking about Havanese, the breed has derived from Cuba and is popular by the name Bichon Havanais.

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Schnese is a hybrid dog that requires moderate maintenance because of his body structure. Daily brushing is must until the coats are short. Being an average shedder, he requires vacuum at frequent intervals. The canine needs weekly checking of his ears, cleaning them as required using a cotton ball and canine ear wash. Trim his long nails with which it can hurt himself. This care will cease the growth of periodontal disease as well as the tooth loss.

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Ideal Environment

Schnese is among those canines, which shows an active attitude towards his life. He tends to be playful and cheering when given proper care. Aiding him two times daily walk, playtime in the fenced back yard or hanging him in interesting games like fetch, Frisbee, and flyball help him to maintain the energy levels. He is a high prey canine that can drive anywhere in search of his prey. It is important to keep an eye on his activity. As an owner, one needs to give regular training to this dog, and if they miss it, they will find them running after their canine now and then to save even the smaller being that comes in front. An apartment or a condo is suitable to keep him because of his smaller size and quiet nature.

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