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Schnauzer Mixed Breeds: Sweet Schnauzer Pups To Keep You Company!

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Breeds By Abby Dole 4 min read March 8, 2021 22 Comments

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Schnauzers originate from Germany, and are generally sweet, energetic, and free spirited. The Standard Schnauzer is a hypoallergenic pup, which is a bonus!

Schnauzers have been bred with many other dogs to create some beautiful mixed breed pooches, that have some pretty cute names.

Let us know what you think about these pups in the comments below!

1. Border Collie and Schnauzer (Border Schnollie)

Border Schnollie
Source: Pet Rescue

The Border Schnollie is a newer dog, but these pups are intelligent and loyal and make great family pets.

2. Basset Hound and Schnauzer (Bowzer)

Bowzer
Source: The Dogist

The Bowzer is a loyal and trusting dog. Bowzers generally have the long body of a Basset Hound and the wiry fur of a Schnauzer.

3. Bichon Frise and Schnauzer (Chonzer)

Chonzer
Source: Rule

Chonzers are well known for being charmers. Not only do they have the looks, but they have the sass, style, and pizzazz to go along. If you’re a fan of Bichons, make sure to check out our list of Bichon mixed breeds here!

4. Schnauzer and American Eskimo Dog (Eskimo Schnauzer)

Eskimo Schnauzer
Source: Dog Breed Info

The Eskimo Schnauzer has been bred as a designer dog, and is a loyal and charming companion. You can be sure to expect lots of compliments when you’re taking this sweetie for a stroll.

5. German Shepherd and Schnauzer Mix

German Shepherd Schnauzer Mix
Source: Animatch

The German Shepherd and Schnauzer mix is a great option for anyone who is after a loyal and playful companion. These pups will love you to pieces!

6. Schnauzer Lab Mix

Lab + Schnauzer Mix
Source: Pinterest

The Schnauzer Lab mix is a fairly well-known mixed breed combining the Schanuzer and the beloved, all-time favorite Labrador. As a result of the two popular parents, these pooches are found to be quite attractive. The fun part about being in the market for one of these sweet pooches is that there is no way to predict exactly what your fur baby will look like!

7. Schnauzer and Boston Terrier (Miniboz)

Miniboz
Source: 101 Dog Breeds

The Miniboz is well known for being sweet tempered and a great family companion. These little pups are soft, silky, and love to play!

8. Welsh Terrier and Schnauzer (Wowauzer)

Wowauzer
Source: Bob and Sue Williams 

Two of the key characteristics of a Wowauzer are playfulness and being friendly, and as a result, they are a great choice for a family with kids.

9. Yorkshire Terrier and Schnauzer (Snorkie)

Snorkie
Source: Dog Breed Info

In addition to having an incredibly cute name, the Snorkie is a cute and loving pup. Your Snorkie will be a conversation point wherever you go!

10. Pitbull and Schnauzer (Schpit)

Schpit
Source: Bark Post

The Schpit is one of the most uncommon looking dog mixes due to the stocky build and body of a Pitbull combined with sparse, wiry hair from the Schnauzer. Can’t get enough of this cutie? Follow sweet little Lolita here on Instagram (@heyyy_Lolita)!

11. Schnauzer and Pug (Schnug)

Schnug
Source: I want a pound dog

The cross between a Schnauzer and a Pug creates the ultimate puppy eyes look. These sweet pooches usually end up with the copious fur of a Schnauzer with the prominent eyes and smushed face of a pug.

12. Schnauzer and Poodle Mix (Schnoodle)

Schnoodle
Source: Dogtime

The Schnoodle has become one of the more newer popular dog breeds in America. They are active and intelligent, and theoretically, don’t shed! If you’re into breeds with the curly hair of the Poodle, make sure to check out our list of poodle mixed breeds too!

13. Cocker Spaniel and Schnauzer (Schnocker)

Schnocker
Source: Dog Breed Info

Cocker Spaniel Schnauzer mixes are attentive and compliant–they love their owners and they make darn sure you love them back!

14. Beagle and Schnauzer Mix (Schneagle)

Schneagle
Source: Google

The Schneagle is known primarily for its alertness, attentiveness, and faithfulness. These guys like to keep busy, so they’re great pets for folks who don’t get out every day.

15. Schnauzer Husky Mix (Schnausky)

Schnauzer Husky Mix
Source: Reddit

The Husky Schnauzer mix is not a very common mix, but these cute pooches end up with the coloring of a Husky and the fur of a Schnauzer.

16. Pomeranian and Schnauzer (Pom-A-Nauze)

Pom-A-Nauze
Source: Pintrest

The Pom-A-Nauze is becoming increasingly popular due to not only the popularity of its parent pups, but also to its energetic attitude and effervescent personality.

17. German Shepherd + Schnauzer Mix (German Schnauzer)

german-shepherd-schnauzer-mix
credit: imgur

18. Jack Russel + Schnauzer Mix (Jacknauzer)

schnauzer-jack-russell-mix
credit: imgur

19. Basset Hound + Schnauzer Mix (Basset Schnauzer)

schnauzer-basset-hound-mix
credit: imgur

20. Schnauzer + Kelpie Mix (Schnelpie)

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credit: imgur

Do you have a Schnauzer mix? Know of any we missed? Feel free to let us know!

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Abby Dole

Abby Dole is passionate about pooches, and is the owner of a sweet little Terrier Mix named Maggie. She is not only a lover of dogs, but also of poetry, baking, and the outdoors. You can usually find her drinking tea, listening to Norah Jones, and wishing it was raining.

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Julie

I love my mini schnauzer mix. Not sure what she was mixed with. We know she not pure bred as her fur is super soft. I want to get her a little sister. So let me know if you know a good breeder. Thanks

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Ben Team

Hey there, Julie.
Finding a good dog breeder usually isn’t hard — it just takes some digging.
But if you’d like to know what breeds are lurking in your little mix’s family tree, consider trying a doggie DNA test.
Best of luck!

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Paul A.

Best dog I’ve ever had was a Mauzer- a Maltese Miniature Schnauzer mix.

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Molly

I have the cutest lil schnauzer/sheltie named Jack! I got my handsome boy for my 7th birthday. He’s been my best friend for 15 years now and shows zero signs of slowing down! Jack often gets mistaken for being a puppy (our favorite compliment) because he walks with such a pep in his step. You can check him out on Instagram, @allscruffedup, or email me for pictures ☺️

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Ben Team

Jack sounds delightful, Molly!
Why don’t you head over to our photo uploader and share a pic with us!

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Ken

I have a mini schnauzer mix (2/3 schnauzer). This beautiful 30 lb mix looked so much like Tramp from the movie as a very young dog. We learned she is also Aussie Terrier, Golden Retriever, Chow and Staffordshire terrier for the other 1/3. She is a beautiful animal, and I am still surprised she is so much mini schnauzer. May I send a couple photos of her to you? Ken

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Gordon

Live on Vancouver island looking for reputable breeders of schnauzer cross breeds

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Hassan Koko

Hello I adopted a schnauzer mix terrier , now I that I read all this different types of shnauzer and breeds this really helped me to understand that I have a schoodle named czsar stoner and its very obedient and understands all 26 different languages that I speak fluently arabic,espanol, portugesas, English French, sign languages, etc , I am from Khartoum,sudan. thanks for this article abby dole.

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Samantha Adkins

I also have a palmeranion Schnauzer mixed puppy. He is so adorable, smart and listens so we’ll!! I’m just wondering how big he will get.? If the mother is the palmeranion and the father Schnauzer, is there more of one or the other in him? I’m curious to learn more about him. If you can help me learn about more of my palmeranion Schnauzer puppy, please email me.!

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Janet

I’m looking for a breeder that breeds wauzer pups. It’s a schnauzer mixed with a West highland terrier. I have a 15 yr old one now she is almost all black in color

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Anej

Hi! Did you find a breeder? I’d like a Wowauzer too 🙂

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Eden

No reputable breeder would be breeding mutts. Look at a shelter, Facebook, eBay, etc if you want a mutt.

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Ben Team

That’s not necessarily true, Eden.
There are lots of dedicated breeders producing mixed breed doggos these days. Just look at all of the doodles available.

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Heather Wingard

Love this site ❤️. What about a shih tzsu crossed with a schnauzer.

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Bridgette M Mcdavid

I have a chizer I would love to send you a picture of. Just email me and i can send a picture to you she is so cute with her red mohawk

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JOEY A DI REGOLO

Chihuahua schnauzer (chizer)
We have one and he is adorable. I can email you a picture. Email me.

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Stormie

I have a schnauzer and Chihuahua mix do you have any pictures of them

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Lizzy

Hi – do you know of any breeders of these dogs? I would love a border schnollie, but am having trouble tracking a breeder down!

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Ben Team

Hey there, Lizzy. Unfortunately, no. I’d just recommend Googling for breeders/puppies in your area or trying any of the big message boards that feature dogs for sale.
Best of luck!

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Lulu Meza

I came across this site while searching for pittie schnauzer dogs only to come across a photo of my Lolita! The photo was featured on Bark Post after she had waited five years for a forever home. It would be another three years before we saw her picture on Facebook and knew we had to meet her. She came home with us the same day to complete our family and we can’t imagine our life without her. It was such a kick to see her on here! 🙂
You can follow her adventures on insta @heyyy_Lolita

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Meg Marrs

Thanks for letting us know Lulu – we’re happy to give Lolita the credit she deserves and we’ll be sure to follow that cutie on Instagram! 🙂

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Sandi Probst

Print a picture of a schnauzer/Australian shepherd mix…Darling!

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