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MY Schnauzer Club: Share A Love Of Schnauzers

Are you looking for a community dog group? In Malaysia, there are many local meet-up groups for dog lovers. They are social gatherings where you can hang out and meet new friends who also admire pets like you do.

MY Schnauzer Club is one of the community dog groups you should join! It is a community where you can find various information, tips and share photos of the Schnauzers. Currently, the club is made up of more than 1100 members. Three dog lovers have come together to form a dog club dedicated exclusively to Schnauzers, hoping to bring Schnauzer lovers together. Here is our exclusive interview with the founders of MY Schnauzer Club – Aina, Bee Ai and Catrina.

Question 1: When And How Did The Founders Started MY Schnauzer Club?

Bee Ai, Catrina and Aina want to bring the dog lovers together.

Answer: Our club was founded in 2017. We share the same interest in dogs and passion for Schnauzers – and this is why we know each other and are friends on Facebook. Before we establish MY Schnauzer Club, we make a group chat and always keep in touch with each other.

Question 2: When Will The Next Gathering Be Held?

MY Schnauzer Club’s first gathering. (Credit: MY Schnauzer Club)

Answer: Currently, there’s no regular gathering for our club. We will update our members in the group if there’s an upcoming gathering or event.

Question 3: Is Schnauzer Right For Everyone?

Bee Ai’s furkid, Bebe.

Answer: The Schnauzers are smart, intelligent, loving and affectionate. They are very adaptable and fit in very well with families and children. They are well-suited to apartment living as well. They are quite easy to train, however, they need training and socialization from a very young age.

Note that they can prone to some health conditions. Most of the Schnauzers suffer from skin problems, ear infections, urinary stones and pancreatitis.

Ear infections can be can be caused by allergies, bacteria and yeast. The ears of the Schnauzers need to be cleaned frequently due to they grow inner ear hair. Their ears are perfect for yeast and bacteria growth. Schnauzers owners are advised to clean their ears once or twice a day. Otherwise, their ears will have a bad smell.

Apart from ear cleaning, the beard may be washed more frequently in order to keep a Schnauzer’s face and beard white. It’s important to clean his beard after his meal in order to remove food and other debris that can cause staining.

In addition, the Schnauzers can encounter some skin conditions that may include allergies. Schnauzer owners have to pay close attention to their dogs’ diet and find out the causes of allergies.

Question 4: What Is The Cost Of Owning A Schnauzer?

Aina and her little princess, Shiro.

Answer: Owning a Schnauzer can cost from a few hundreds to thousands Ringgit Malaysia per month, depending on several factors: the quality of the food you buy, quantity and quality of supplements, medical expenses, grooming cost and the quality of other supplies.

Question 5: Any Future Plans For Your Club?

A fun day out with the Schnauzies! (Credit: MY Schnauzer Club)

Answer: We are planning to get involved with charity works, including donating pet food to animal shelters.


(From left) Catrina, Aina and Bee Ai.

Founded: 2017

Founders: Aina, Bee Ai, Catrina

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About Schnauzer

Bobo the Schnauzer.

Originated in Germany, the Schnauzers are generally are loving, happy, playful and protective. 

Like Poodles, the Schnauzers come in three sizes: Miniature, Standard and Giant. They are thick-boned and sturdy. The miniature schnauzer stands about 12 to 14 inches tall and weighs between 13 and 15 pounds. The standard schnauzer stands between 17.5 and 19.5 inches tall and weighs between 35 and 45 pounds, while the giant schnauzer stands 23.5 to 27.5 inches tall and weighs anywhere between 65 and 90 pounds. Schnauzers have distinctive beards and long, feathery eyebrows. They are, in general, either a salt and pepper colour, black, or white, but they can be brown as well. The Schnauzers have a double coat; the top coat is wiry, while the undercoat is soft.

Although the Schnauzers are considered part of the terrier group, they do not have the typical terrier temperament. They get along well with children – ideal for families with children! Intelligent and courageous, the Schnauzers shed a little and have a little “doggy” odour –  they make a great furry companion for those who suffer from asthma.