White "Ghost" Giant Schnauzer

Yes, technically White Schnauzers are somewhat rare.  White Schnauzers carry a recessive gene e/e that actually overlays or masks the dog’s original color such as black or salt and pepper coat.   

 

 

 

All White Schnauzer are actually a different color with a masking gene.  Because the e/e gene is recessive the probability of a White Schnauzer is lower than a color like Salt and Pepper thus making them slightly rare. 

 

 

 

 Additionally, if you were to breed two White Schnauzers the only statistical genetic option is for the entire litter to be ALL White as well.  



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Although albinism can occur, causing a non-pigmented or “White” Schnauzer, true White Schnauzers are not albino.

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