Breed Info


Happy & Loyal

  • Happy-go-lucky
  • Loyal best friend
  • Intelligent- keep your Schnoodle entertained and stimulated
  • Alert and affectionate
  • Entertaining
  • Family-friendly
  • Can be territorial


Alert & Expressive


  • Square body
  • Medium width head
  • Expressive ears
  • Dark brown eyes
  • Tails are straight and upright

Coat Type and Color:

  • Double coat
  • Bristly topcoat
  • Soft undercoat
  • Good for those with fur allergies
  • Chocolate
  • Salt and Pepper
  • White
  • Black
  • Parti (white coat with color patches)
  • Red


  • 13-20lbs
  • 12-15 inches tall


Medium Activity

  • Moderately active
  • Need daily exercise
  • Adaptable to all kinds of living as long as there is time and space to play
  • Mental exercise and stimulation is just as important as physical

We Recommend:

  • 60 minutes of daily activity
  • 7 miles of walking per week

This crossbreed between a Miniature Schnauzer and a Poodle have only become popular within the last 20 years.

The History of the Miniature Schnauzer:

  • Developed in the 1800's in Germany
  • Bred as a farm dog w/ a talent for ratting
  • Classified as a Terrier in America
  • After WW1, this pup became the third most popular breed in the US
  • Accepted by the American Kennel Club in 1926

The History of the Poodle:

  • Can be traced to Roman & Egyptian times
  • The French used the variety of poodle sizes for duck hunting, sniffing out truffles and small companions
  • Used in circuses because of how quickly they learned tricks
  • Was the most popular breed in America from the 1950's to the 90's


  • Brushed and combed every few days
  • Bathe regularly
  • Wipe face clean daily with a soft, damp cloth
  • Professional grooming every 4-6 weeks will keep your pup looking sharp
  • Check ears and nails regularly
  • Brush teeth multiple times per week


  • Intelligent and easy to train
  • Eager to learn and be challenged
  • Lack of consistent training and mental stimulation can lead to boredom and negative behaviors
  • These pups need boundaries and a leader
  • Train with patience, persistence and love