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Schnauzer (Giant)

Giant Schnauzers are a working dog developed in the 17th century in Bavaria, Germany. They are the largest of the three breeds of Schnauzer—the other two breeds being the Standard Schnauzer and the Miniature Schnauzer. They can be a handful, even for experienced owners! The key to living successfully with them is providing an appropriate mix of training, socialization, and physical and mental stimulation.

Health problems that can affect the breed include Hip dysplasia, Elbow dysplasia and Eye problems.

Common Medical Disorders

Eye disorders
  • Progressive retinal atrophy
  • Retinal dysplasia
Musculoskeletal disorders Hip dysplasia
Urinary and reproductive disorders Urolithiasis (stones)

Lifetime Cost of Ownership

Accessories £12 per month. Total £1,440
Food £50 per month. Total £6,000
Health and Dental £20 per month. Total £2,400
Veterinary Care Traditional pet insurance for a Schnauzer (Giant) would be £7,378 over ten years. Equivalent cover through claim sharing would cost £5,164. Claim sharing saves you £2,213.
10 Year Cost £17,218 with insurance or save £2,213 with claim sharing

Temperament

Character Kind, Loyal, Powerful.

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