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The mini schnauzer was bred as a rat-catcher so even though it’s hardly used as that anymore, they still have a very high prey drive and an urge to chase hence they are great fearless watchdogs. On the other hand, the Bichon can be a good watchdog but they are usually more interested in making friends. In addition, both of them are very friendly, intelligent and playful dog breeds that make very great family companions. Also, they get along with children and other animals. We can therefore expect the mixed breed to possess similar traits.
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The Chonzer is a cross between a miniature or mini Schnauzer and the Bichon Frise hence it is therefore not a purebred dog. They are also known as the Bichon schnauzer mix Due to the fact that the chonzer is a mixed breed, their traits could be gotten from either of the parent breeds or they may get a mix of the traits of the parent breeds. They are recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC). Generally, they are classified as small dogs especially as both of their parents are quite small.
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The mini schnauzer and the Bichon Frise do have a lot in common especially when it comes to adaptability. They are both highly adaptable dog breeds that can handle either living in an apartment or a larger home so long as they get enough exercise and attention. Nevertheless, they also like to run so they shouldn’t be left unleashed in an exposed area. Furthermore, they will do well in most climates but like all other dogs they are sensitive to extreme heat or cold. Considering these characteristics of the parent breeds, the Chonzer will most likely follow suite.
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Both of the parent breed dogs are realtively healthy but they do have some breed-specific health conditions such as urinary stones and cataracts for the mini schnauzer and eye diseases for the Bichon Frise. Chonzer dogs may inherit some of this or may be lucky and get none of such issues. In addition, grooming is necessary to keep them comfortable but it will depend on which fur coat type your puppy inherits. Furthermore, the Bichon Frise has a lifespan of 12- 15 years and grows to a height of 9-2 inches at the shoulder and weighs 7-16 pounds while the schnauzer has a lifespan of 12 -13 years and stands at a height of 12-14 inches tall at the shoulder and weighs 11-20 pounds when fully grown. The Chonzer will therefore lie anywhere within these ranges.