I can think of no better way to do that than with a little video of miniature schnauzers doing what they do best--playing, having fun, being court jesters, living life with gusto.
Here's a schnauzer trying to tell her owner something. Sounds like this girl lives in Europe. Our Murphy was the real "Great Communicator;" she would put Reagan in the shade. She got to where she could spell all kinds of words, like "l-u-n-c-h" and "S-o-n-i-c," which was her favorite place to go for a ride--and dinner. (No human food for our girl. She chilled out happily in the back seat while we pigged out on all that stuff that's bad for you.)
Here's a big schnauzer and a little schnauzer doing some roughhousing. Murphy loved this kind of stuff. Her favorite game was hide and seek.
Here's a schnauzer and a cat having a good time. This schnauzer has a true tail, which you don't see much in the U.S. Think this video might come from Europe. I've read where tail docking is banned in some European countries.
And this might be my favorite video of all time. Who says cats and dogs can't be friends?