Originally a medium-sized dog, today the Schnauzer can be divided into three breeds: miniature, standard and giant. All three breeds are very weather resistant. Rain or snow does not bother the Schnauzer and he is very resistant to heat.
The Schnauzer is especially characterized by its large moustache, beard and bushy eyebrows. His appearance is very particular.
The Miniature Schnauzer is sometimes at a disadvantage due to his small size. He is a little more temperamental and occasionally refuses to cooperate.
Between 30 and 70 cm (11.81 to 27.56 inches) for the male
Between 30 and 70 cm (11.81 to 27.56 inches) for the female
Between 5 and 60 kg (11.02 to 132.28 pounds) for the male
Between 5 and 55 kg (11.02 to 121.25 pounds) for the female
Mignature: Pure Black, Salt and Pepper, Black and Silver, White
Standard: Black, Salt and Pepper, Black and Silver
Giant: Pure Black, Pepper and Salt
Dark brown eyes
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 2, section 1 and is #183