North Carolina Schnoodles

Premier breeder of beautiful family friendly schnoodle puppies

North Carolina Schnoodles:"Often Imitated Never Duplicated "


Pups raised by an experienced and knowledgeable dog breeder

 Chloe & Artie's pups (Cream & Sable)

 We strive to produce healthy well socialized puppies suitable for families

with children. We start house training and do our best to have puppies

who successfully integrate into their new homes.  We are available to

answer your questions and help you with your dog throughout its lifetime.

This includes re-homing your dog for you if you can no longer care for

your dog. The lifespan of the dogs we bred is 12-14+ years. This is long

term commitment and investment.  What you get back is many years of

unconditional love and companionship. 


  " Our goal is to have satisfied clients with a happy and healthy dog. "


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Suzie & Artie's pup 

Schnoodles are a cross between a schnauzer and a poodle. We raise mini and large toy schnoodle puppies. Toy schnoodles average 8-10 pounds. Mini schnoodles mature 12 to 15 pounds. Schnoodles are intelligent and easily trained. They are very good with children. Most Schnoodles have a soft and fluffy coat, which is non-shedding, and  tolerated by most people with allergies.

Some schnoodles have a harsher, more terrier type coat, which sheds some while the pup is young, but sheds very little when the dog matures. Coat type is evident by about 5-6 weeks of age. Coat colors are quite varied: solids like black, silver, white, tan, apricot, sables (a mixture of gold or silver and black), parti's  black and white and phantoms are black and apricot.

Click on the Photo albums link to see pictures of our current litters.  The photos really do not do justice to how adorable the puppies are.  Please click on the Contact Us link if you have any questions or would like to schedule a visit.


Alfie & Dixie 


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