A type of dog which is notable for it's prominent beard and eyebrows.
The Schnauzer is a German breed, and there are miniature, standard and giant variations.
Black, Silver, and 'Salt and Pepper' (variety of grey), Salt and Pepper being the most common.
Miniature Schnauzers are usually family pets and are classed as terriers in the United States. They were originally bred as ratters.
Standard Schnauzers are also family pets.
Giant Schnauzers are often used as police dogs. A Giant Schnauzer reached the finals in the 2004 British Dog Show, Crufts, in the Working Dog Category.
The new police dog was a giant schnauzer.
Miniature Schnauzers were bred as ratters.
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