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    Re: grooming a schnoodle help!

    Loved the picture of Milo. Biscuit got his Parvo shot at his last Vet visit. Not taking any chances with this little guy. My niece's puppy was black all over and then turned silver. Must be a trait with Schnoodles. It will also be interesting to see how fast his hair grows. For some dumb reason I forgot to ask to see the parents when I picked him up. But got pictures now. Talk about ugly dogs.... LOL But they make cute pups. The father looks black and tan and is cut so short he looks weird. The mother is unclipped and also looks weird but very cute. He gets most of his coloring from her. How long does it take for Milo to need to be clipped again? The lady that's going to do Biscuit's said I need to get him use to being groomed as fast as possible. But he gets brushed everyday so is use to being handled. Would love to see more pictures of Milo.

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    Here are five videos of Milo that you might enjoy!

    http://www.youtube.com/user/premBha

    Be careful, the first vaccination does not necessarly protect Biscuit against Parvo. Maybe ask you vet what the Parvo risks are in your area and when he/she thinks Biscuit will be fully protected (usually it takes at least 2 shots, sometimes three and the puppy needs to be at least 4 month old).
    We can only guess what color Biscuit's coat will take...my guess is a cute cream with darker highlights...
    I would love to see more pictures, too!
    I keep Milo's coat really short in summer and clip him about every 6-8 weeks. He swims a lot and the air get tangled if they are too long.
    Now in winter I let it grow more and brush him every day. I maybe clip him every 2-3 month.
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    He looks like a white version of my Biscuit. LOL I loved the videos but my favorite was the Kung Foo Fighting. What a hoot. Here's one of mine. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xysJmVqt3qk

    Both Biscuts ears are starting to stand up. For awhile he was looking weird. LOL
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    Very cute videos of Biscuit! I enjoyed it! Is Katie yours, too? I love Boston Terriers!!

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    Yes, Katie is mine too. I would have gone for another Boston but wanted a dog that wouldn't shed or make me sneeze. Katie is not in the best of health. She has an enlarged heart and fluid around it. Can't be fixed, just treated. The puppy has really made her happy. She loves mothering it.

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    My eleven year old Dalmatian mix, Rani, loves mothering Milo, too! She has some health problems as well and I feel the puppy has been giving her a second youth. When Milo was really little she never let him out of her eye sight and would bark to call me when she thought he was in danger (too close to the stairs or things like that).
    For us as well, one of the reasons we got Milo is that Schnoodles don't shed. I always thought I would have a Boston Terrier some time down the line but I am not sure I could go back after getting used to a non-shedding dog...it's really nice! But for now Rani and Mokie (a Border Collie mix) shed enough for the 3 of them.

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    I didn't know that Katie even shed until I moved and my kitchen had white floors. Little tiny black hair all over the place. Biscuit is doing so well with Katie that if Katie doesn't make it I'm thinking of maybe getting another schnoodle to keep Biscuit company. I knew Katie would get along with Biscuit. She's never met a four legged creature she didn't like. But I didn't realize they would bond so fast. They never leave each other's side. Katie does seem to have a new lease on life since Biscuit arrived. At least I don't have to groom Katie. But she loves Biscuit's slicker brush so much she gets to be brushed too.

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    Re: grooming a schnoodle help!

    I love Milo! Can you give me information on his breeder?

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    Re: grooming a schnoodle help!

    There are def white schnauzers even white scotties!

    All I gotta say is as a groomer everyone in here has the cutest schnoodles I've ever seen! I honestly am not a big fan, but thats because a lot aren't as adorable as all of these guys. I'd probly do a puppy cut as well, there really isn't a cut for them and a sch. cut on some look okay and some don't their hair curls to much to tell. and a lot of sch has big bodies and long skinny legs, so when a medium cut or a shorter body and slightly longer legs but not to the point of it looking lke a sch. cut is cute because then they don't run around with what I call chicken legs lol. I also have a maltese that comes in 8months old he only weighs 3lbs. I call him itty bitty lol.
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    Re: grooming a schnoodle help!

    My Schnoodle (Snickers too) was all black when I first got him. I noticed the roots of his hair was grey and after his first haircut it all came in grey. I get him cut all over even though he too resembles the schnauzer side. I do it for originality

    Love my Schnoodle!!!!! My next one is going to be named Ramen

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    Re: grooming a schnoodle help!

    I would just like to chime in on the "puppy cut" thing. Since your pup isn't a pure, bred for show Poodle there is no "puppy" cut, the poodle is the only breed that gets a cut that is called a "puppy" cut and that is only for the show ring on dogs under 1 year of age.

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