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Breed Group: Working
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Overview
The German Pinscher said to be Germany's "Best Kept Secret". The German Pinscher can be an ideal companion dog. This rare breed has a sense of humor, is brave, not squeamish, sober, and have considerable stamina. It is lively but docile, quite versatile, and a vocal guard dog. It responds to obedience training. However, they can be bull headed and stubborn and need to know who is boss.
Character
German Pinschers are very loyal, alert, and playful. This breed does require proper socialization as a puppy; as they can be weary of strangers. They are energetic dogs and enjoy the company of their companions. This breed if properly socialized can do well around children and other pets.

Does your German Pinscher bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
The German Pinscher can be an ideal companion dog. This rare breed has a sense of humor, is brave, not squeamish, sober, and have considerable stamina. It is lively but docile, quite versatile, and a vocal guard dog. It responds to obedience training. However, they can be bull headed and stubborn and need to know who is boss. This breed only barks when it feels it is necessary, which may be often. Visitors will be announced with loud barking but then things usually calm down quickly. This breed needs to know that when the family is gone, it owns everything and when the family is home it owns nothing.
Care
The strong, smooth, glossy coat requires little grooming. An occasional brushing to remove dead hair is all that is needed. This breed is an average shedder.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
Short and dense, smooth, close, shiny, covering the body without any bald spots
Training
Consistency is the key to training a German Pinscher. This intelligent breed is very eager to learn and if given the proper training, will thrive. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new German Pinscher puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
The German Pinscher requires a lot of exercise. They will enjoy running alongside you when you bicycle, playing in the yard, or a walk around the block. Walks per day should also be sufficient. This eager little breed is sure to keep your on your toes. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
25 - 35 lbs
Height
17 - 20 inches
Color(s)
fawn, red, black and blues with red/tan markings
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Anonymous asked:
Can German Pinscher's be brindle in color?

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No, the German Pinscher is not allowed to be brindle.

Anonymous asked:
I have had my German Pinscher puppy almost a year now, we adopted her from another family at a year old. Is it possible to train her even though she is no longer a puppy? We have been trying over the last year but nothing is working. Most of the time it seems like she won't listen, we would love to have her inside most nights with us, but whenever she comes inside she goes toilet everywhere.

Please help

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Dogs need a pack leader or he/she will become the boss. There are many guides and books on how to become a pack leader, but it is best if your very new in understanding dog behavior that you speak to a professional.

Anonymous

I adopted my Pinscher at 3. He had to learn to be crated, walk and run on a leash and simple commands. They learn very quickly. However, the times when I have moved or had significant changes in living conditions he did act out by going in the house. I am having a difficult time with my newly adopted terrier puppy so I understand your frustration. Be patient and be consistent.

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I rescued a German Pinscher 3 years ago in a yard without any water or food. The neighbors warned me that he was vicious, but it did not stop me. I fed and gave him water every day until a bad storm came and I cut the chain off him and took him home with me. The owner knew I had been feeding and watering him. To make a long story short, after lots of prayers, he finally gave him to me. I changed his name and now he's the LOVE of my life. He's always eager to please, everyone loves him, I spend every waking hour with him, we are inseparable, I don't go places he can't go. I don't hit or beat him, I just talk to him and treat him the way I want to be treated, we are up around 5:30 am, out and running around 6:15 after he has breakfast in bed, same thing in the evening, he gets lots of exercise and he's one beautiful specimen. He's the best friend I've ever had.

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About a year ago I rescued my dog from a shelter. They said it was a Min Pin, but he was a bit... About a year ago I rescued my dog from a shelter. They said it was a Min Pin but he was a bit bigger than Min Pin's I have seen. He has prominent markings that are very similar to the similar to the Black/Tan (reddish) Doberman. The vet even identified my dog as a Min Pin and told me it was overweight and blah blah blah. Then one day while cruising the internet I see a picture of a German Pinscher and it looked exactly like my baby. I researched it and low and behold the characteristics are identical to my little boy. The weight of them was what my dog was at when the vet said he was overweight. Now that I have this info I need to educate my vet and get him back to his ideal weight. Anyone else have a prob where their dog was misidentified? Any other German Pincher folks with stories?

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Yes, my German Pinscher named Cecil is afraid of thunder and heads for under the bed every time it storms. He is also very aware when a storm is coming. I have seen him look his nose sniff the air and then he grabs his favorite chew toy and off he goes. Very playful and any form of tug he is up for..he was a very easy boy to train in all respects. Hope if you are considering getting a GP you will, but they are high energy and I at 65 yrs old can keep up to him. Kids will have a great playmate as they love to play, are protective and faithful and great fun. Mine is 3 years old and marvelous companion for me as a single senior..albeit not a large breed I have seen grown men get right off of the sidewalk when they see me coming down the street and they have never even met him.


He is very protective and is wonderful with my grandchildren after i have taught him not to jump up to greet them and also to not be such a barker...they are yappy...but lets face it we love them

Anonymous asked:
Are German Pinscher's afraid of lightning? How long do German Pinscher's live? How do you determine their age? Usually, what food do they prefer?

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My German Pinscher isn't afraid of lightning or loud noises. He will run towards an event/dog fight/disturbance instead. They are brave, very curious, and will face anything or anyone, you included!

Anonymous

Their age can be determined by their teeth. German Pinscher's generally live about 12-14 years if well taken care of. As for food, it all depends on the individual. Every dog is different.

Anonymous

My German Pinscher pinscher is surprisingly not afraid of lightning, thunder, or fireworks unlike any other dog I've owned.

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At what age will my German Pinscher slow down?

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We have a 5-year-old male German Pinscher, he did not slow down until he was 3 years old.

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Updated: 7/31/2016