Are Giant Schnauzers affectionate?

Are Giant Schnauzers affectionate?

Although they are a very affectionate breed, the Giant Schnauzer is not recommended for homes with young children because of their size and forceful behavior. Socialization is a must with this breed. They can be aggressive toward people, dogs, and other animals they don’t know.

Are Giant Schnauzers clingy?

Giant Schnauzers are affectionate companions. While their desire to cuddle may vary, they’re known for loving their person and always wanting to be around them.

Will a Giant Schnauzer protect you?

Giant Schnauzers are loyal and courageous guard dogs. To them, the most important job is to protect the home and family. Giants are deeply loyal to their families and instinctively territorial.

Is a Giant Schnauzer a good dog?

The Giant Schnauzer is good-natured but can be quite dominant. Typically friendly toward other dogs, Giant Schnauzers love to be around their families and children, making them ideal family pets. Giant Schnauzers are very loyal, devoted, and protective of their people—good traits for a guard dog.

Do Schnauzers like to snuggle?

Dogs do vary in personality as to how much they like cuddles or snuggling both with people and with other resident dogs. Our very first mini schnauzer girl was not at all a lap dog.

Are schnauzers loving?

Although some breeds attach themselves to one person fast, schnauzers love and appreciate all members of their family. Between their playful personality and their need for snuggles, schnauzers make great family pets and the most handsome mustachioed pooches we ever did see.

What is amazingschnauzer Love Rescue?

Schnauzer Love Rescue is an organization of volunteers, most of whom have full time jobs in addition to doing rescue work. They dedicate a great amount of personal time to ensure these rescues get the second chance they deserve.

What is a chulapo?

The term “Chulapo” or “Chulapa” – a variant on the word chulo – was forged during the 19th century to refer to a working- or lower-middle-class group of people in Spanish society who were famous for their elaborate style of dress and cheeky attitude.

Do you have a rescue Schnauzer who is 7?

We have a Rescue Schnauzer who is 7; but have had him only one year. He spent his whole life in a breeder’s cage; doesn’t know what a toy is; we had to teach him how to go up and down stairs; and he was so afraid. He is a beautiful baby; but never bonded with humans and still runs from us. Amazingly he seems very depressed now without a fur friend.

What happened to my 4th Schnauzer?

My fourth schnauzer, Jack, died of cancer at the end of June, 2017. His companion, Charlotte, 15, had died last Christmas. They were my constant companions, seldom home without me, and I miss them so much. Smart, affectionate, playful, social……great dogs.