Mauzer Breed Appearance
Each Mauzer may have his own unique look, depending upon the dominant parent breed. First, expect him to be rather small. At a minimum, he will weigh seven pounds at maturity, but generally the Mauzer is closer to fifteen pounds. His coat length and density is also dependent upon the dominant parent breed. It may be rough and short, or it may be long and silky. He may be black with some gray highlights in his hair, or he may be dark gray all over. He may be a very light gray with just a little black around his ears. His nose will be black, and it is predominant on his face. His facial hair tends to be long; some owners choose to keep the hair here trimmed close. His legs will be short, and his little body is normally very slender. His tail may have long, feathery hair. The tail may somewhat curl over his back. Expect fringes of hair on his legs as well.