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Miniature Pinscher Breed
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Miniature Pinscher Breed Description
2 to 4
Dogs: 8-10 pounds
Bitches: 8-9 pounds
Dogs: 10-12 inches
Bitches: 10-11 inches
AKC Toy Dogs
FCI Group II.: Pinscher and Schnauzer- Molossoid Breeds - Swiss Mountain and Cattle Dogs
Reh Pinscher, Zwergpinscher, Mini Pin
The Miniature Pinscher is a well-balanced, small, sturdy, compact, short-coupled, smooth-coated dog who is proud, vigorous and alert. They are muscular, sleek dogs with square proportions and well-chiseled lines.
These dogs are vibrant, vivacious and perky, fun loving extroverts who are great in the show ring or make clever companions. This breed does well as a house dog.
The Mini Pinscher is a hardy little fellow that is very demanding and headstrong. This proud, overly courageous breed is loyal to the masters, spirited and alert, with high energy. They are intelligent, lively and brave, moderately protective. Some can be very aggressive with other dogs, but they are generally good with other pets and children provided the children do not pester.
They are rather suspicious towards strangers, but their behavior depends entirely upon how they were brought up as young pups. It is certainly beneficial for its socialization to take the dog to puppy courses where it can meet other dogs and people. The Miniature Pinscher understands and obeys you very fast. This breed is often called “King Of The Toys.” Beware, this little dog will chew small objects and may choke on them. Do not overfeed this breed.
This breed has a hard, smooth, short coat. This coat is easy to groom. This breed is an average shedder.
This is a very healthy breed. Minor concerns are patella luxation and eye problems. So keep a check on these are go to a vet if any signs of eye trouble occur. To minimize the risk of your Mini Pinscher developing any hereditary health issues, you should buy a puppy from a reputable breeder.
Because of its size, the Miniature Pinscher makes a good apartment dog. It tends to be quite active within the home, though it should not be made to live outdoors. This breed is not suitable to cold climates, although it should be allowed to enjoy the outdoors in moderate weather conditions.
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