Schnoodle

Our Schnoodles are like unrecognized talent on a sports team, or the musician that was better than most but somehow never made it to the spotlight:  I don't know why they are not one of the most popular breeds of all time!  A cross between a Miniature Schnauzer (affectionate, loyal, sturdy) and a Toy/Mini Poodle (extremely intelligent, lap dog), the Schnoodle is the formula for "man's best friend". We strive for the more desirable mega coat: soft, fluffy, and curly (some will have the more traditional coarse, wiry coat).  They have been one of our healthiest breeds: benefitting from the  larger size and strength of the Miniature Schnauzer yet keeping the traits that we love from our poodles (please read more about Poodles and Miniature Schnauzers on their respective pages under our Puppy Breeds).  Our Schnoodles are typically 10-20lbs as adults and 11-14 inches at the shoulder. They are easily trained and require minimal-to-moderate grooming, making them a great match for any family looking for the intelligence of the Toy Poodle and the sturdy build, and loyalty of the Miniature Schnauzer.
Lorrel
Gender: Female
Status: Adopted
Adopted By: Brian + Sherry
From: Henderson, KY
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Darcie
Gender: Female
Status: Adopted
Adopted By: Clint + Judy
From: Medina, OH
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Tux
Gender: Male
Status: Adopted
Adopted By: William
From: Brownsburg, IN
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Ellie
Gender: Female
Status: Adopted
Adopted By: William + Janet
From: Marion, IN
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Sawyer
Gender: Male
Status: Adopted
Adopted By: Peggy + Terry
From: Lima, OH
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Sadie
Gender: Female
Status: Adopted
Adopted By: Kimberly
From: Coatesville, IN
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All of our puppies will come with a one-year health guarantee, up to date on vaccinations (medical records provided), and micro chipped. Also included is a puppy starter kit with: a free toy and blanket, puppy food, instruction/care documents, vet examination papers, and microchip information. Before going to their new home, our puppies will have a veterinary examination including, but not limited to: coat & skin, eyes, ears, nose & throat, mouth, teeth, gums, legs & paws, heart, abdomen, lungs, and the gastrointestinal & urogenital systems.
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