Wauzer:Giant Schnauzer and West Highland White Terrier Mix
Facts & Origin
West Highland White Terrier and Giant Schnauzer mix - a hybrid breed.
This is the best of both worlds! The West Highland White Terrier and Giant Schnauzer mix is the perfect companion for anyone looking for a loyal and loving friend. With the Westie's people-loving nature and the Giant Schnauzer's protective instinct, you'll never be alone again.
What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?
The West Highland White Terrier-Giant Schnauzer mix is a large dog with a powerful build. They weigh between 30 and 45 kg and have a shoulder height of 60 to 70 cm. They have a dense, wiry coat of white color. Their head is large and square, with a strong jaw and a black nose. They have long, erect ears and small, dark eyes. They have a long body with a deep chest and a strong, muscular back. Their tail is typically docked. They have strong, powerful legs and large, round feet.
|Origin||Germany / Scotland|
|Life expectancy||12 - 16 years|
|Activity level||high - average|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits of West Highland White Terrier and Giant Schnauzer mix - Such is probably his nature.
If you're looking for a big dog in a small package, the West Highland White Terrier and Giant Schnauzer mix could be the perfect mixed breed for you. This hybrid breed is a cross between the West Highland White Terrier and the Giant Schnauzer, two breeds known for their loyalty, intelligence and playful nature.
The West Highland White Terrier and the Giant Schnauzer mix are a relatively new cross, so there is little information about their specific traits and temperament. However, both parents are known for their intelligence, loyalty and playfulness, so it is likely that this mixed breed will inherit these traits.
If you are considering adding a West Highland White Terrier and a Giant Schnauzer mix to your family, make sure they get plenty of exercise and mental stimulation. These dogs are active and playful, and they need plenty of room to run and play. They also benefit from regular training and socialization so they can learn how to properly interact with other people and animals.
Health and breeding information
What diseases can occur in West Highland White Terrier and Giant Schnauzer mix.
The West Highland White Terrier-Giant Schnauzer mix is a relatively new breed that is not yet well known. However, there are some diseases that have been seen in this breed. The most common disease that occurs in this breed is allergies. Allergies are often caused by environmental factors such as pollen, dust, or mold. They can also be caused by food allergies. Symptoms of allergies include itching, redness and swelling. Allergies can be treated with antihistamines, but severe allergies may require more serious treatment. Another common condition in this breed is hip dysplasia. In hip dysplasia, the hip joint is not properly formed. This can lead to pain and lameness. Hip dysplasia can be treated with surgery, but is often difficult to treat. The best way to prevent hip dysplasia is to buy the dog from a reputable breeder who will take x-rays to determine the condition.
What does this mixed breed look like?
The coat of a West Highland White Terrier-Giant Schnauzer mix is dense, coarse and wiry. The coat is white with black markings.
|Fur length||short - medium|
|Fur||rough-haired - flat coated|
|Ear shape||Tilt-ear - Standing Ears|
|Tail||lang - short|
|Size ♀||25 - 65 cm|
|Weight ♀||6 - 48 kg|
|Size ♂||23 - 70 cm|
|Weight ♂||7 - 34 kg|
|Suitable For||Blind people, Children|
May be common in older dogs.
Malocclusions of the dentition often occur in dogs with short muzzles.
Problems with the Patellar can be a displacement or weak kneecap, which is one of the most common causes of lameness in dogs, also because of overweight.
If dogs don't get a good food or sugary food, tartar can quickly appear.
A West Highland White Terrier and a Giant Schnauzer mix typically have a dense, wiry coat that is white. They often have a black nose and dark eyes. Their ears are usually erect and their tails are usually docked.
The average life expectancy of a West Highland White Terrier and Giant Schnauzer mix is 10-12 years.
Yes, West Highland White Terriers and Giant Schnauzer mixes are usually good with children. They are often patient and playful, which makes them great family dogs.
A West Highland White Terrier and Giant Schnauzer mix needs moderate exercise. They should walk or jog/run daily and have plenty of time to play.
Common health problems in West Highland White Terrier and Giant Schnauzer mixes include hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and von Willebrand disease.
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