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Author: Jan Linzy,Sharae Pata
ISBN: 1558931694
Subcategory: Pets & Animal Care
Publisher Camino E E & Book Co (June 30, 2005)
Language English
Category: Hobbies and Crafts
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The Standard Schnauzer (Mittelschnauzer) is a dog breed that originated in Germany from at least 14th-15th century, of Schnauzer breed type and progenitor of the Giant Schnauzer and Miniature Schnauzer

The Standard Schnauzer (Mittelschnauzer) is a dog breed that originated in Germany from at least 14th-15th century, of Schnauzer breed type and progenitor of the Giant Schnauzer and Miniature Schnauzer. Initially it was called Wire-Haired Pinscher, while Schnauzer was adopted in 1879. The literal translation is "snouter" from the German word for "snout" and means colloquially "moustache", or "whiskered snout", because of the dog's distinctively bearded snout.

Standard Schnauzers (also known as Mittelschnauzers) are around . ft (46 cm) tall at the .

It is considered to have a common ancestry with the German Pinscher as a wire-haired coated.