Kerrblushcnauz Breed Appearance
The Kerrblushcnauz hybrid is the result of breeding the Kerry Blue Terrier with the Miniature Schnauzer. Unlike the two parent breeds, the Kerrblushcnauz is a newer hybrid canine and there is little information available on the hybrid itself. To get an idea about the appearance of your hybrid puppy as he ages, you need to look at the two individual parent breeds and the appearance characteristics associated with each of them. This parent breed has a coat that is soft, dense and wavy and comes in blue and grey, ranging from darker to lighter with or without black or white markings. The Kerry Blue Terrier is described as being a medium-sized canine, having a well-muscled, sturdily built body, a long head with beard, whiskers and bushy eyebrows. This breed's ears are v-shaped and fold over toward the small dark, expressive eyes. The nose is black with large wide nostrils and a tail that should always be straight (a conformation requirement), moderate in length, set high and carried erect. The Miniature Schnauzer's body is described as small, squarely built and sturdy, with a rectangular head, the distinctive Schnauzer beard and whiskers and a wiry coat that may be solid black, solid white, salt and pepper or black and silver. It is a double coat, with a wiry outer coat and a softer undercoat which catches the loose hair, making them an attractive family pet for those who have family members who suffer from allergies or asthma. Their small, dark, deep set eyes can sometimes cause them to have a grouchy expression. The ears are small, may be cropped or uncropped, and are v-shaped. The tail, may also be cropped or uncropped, is set high, variable length and carried erect. It is likely your Kerrblushcnauz will be a sturdy, bearded dog with a dark coat who carries a sweet expression in his sparkling, dark eyes.