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Breed Group: Toy
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Overview
The Miniature Pinscher, also known as "The King of the Toys" is a feisty little breed with a sense of humor, terrific energy, and is very courageous. This breed is very eager to learn and experience new surroundings. However, if given the chance this energetic fellow will escape from confinement. Usually seen with a docked tail and erect ears, this breed will be sure to steal your heart.
Character
Miniature 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 peppy little dogs that enjoy the company of their companions. This breed if properly socialized can do well around children and other pets.

Does your Miniature 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
This breed needs proper exercise, as they are very inquisitive and vigorous. This breed is recommended for households with only well-behaved children and would do well with other pets if properly socialized. Very headstrong, this dog requires consistency and firm handling otherwise may become somewhat of a tyrant.
Care
Miniature Pinschers have a very spirited personality, which requires energy and patience. A very low maintenance breed when it comes to grooming. Wipe down with a cloth daily to remove excess hair would be sufficient for this short haired and average shedding breed.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
This shorthaired toy breed does not require much maintenance when it comes to the coat. Acceptable colors for this breed are as follows, solid clear red, stag red, Black and Rust, Chocolate and rust. The Miniature Pinscher is most commonly seen in Stag Red and Black and rust, however other colors are available.
Training
As with many toy breeds, this dog can be rather difficult to house train. Consistency is the key to training this sometimes stubborn little dog. 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 Miniature 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
Definitely an energetic fellow that requires exercise. Good for apartment life, but a regular romp and play would quickly satisfy the curiosity of this breed. A few short 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
8-10 lbs
Height
10-12.5 inches
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clear red, stag red, black and tan
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Featured Breeder of Miniature Pinschers with Puppies For Sale
"King of Toys"
Member Since: November 2008
Location: Oneonta, New York
I have Miniature Pinscher puppies for sale! See My Profile
We specialize in breeding quality family raised Miniature pinschers. We have adorable black/rust males and females, chocolate males and females, and stag red males and females available. Each puppy will go home with their registration papers and pedigree, vet check and health certificate, health records, tails docked & dewclaws removed, shots & wormings done, health guarantee and a great puppy packet including food, toys, bag of assorted treats, a blanket, and a folder full of puppy care and training information. We're located in Otego, New York.

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Anonymous asked:
I have a 10 month old Miniature Pinscher named Brownie. I got him when he was three months old as a birthday present from a family friend whose mom and dad bred them. Brownie is my baby and since my family doesn't have a whole lot of money, I haven't been able to give him any shots. I've wormed him once a month every month since I got him, because that's what the directions on the wormer say to do, but I am worried that because I cant afford to get him shots, that something will happen. Is it bad that I haven't gotten him shots? And when I get the money to pay for his shots, what shots should he get?

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We have a female in her second heat, but are thinking of breeding her with a red Min-pin, and we would keep the baby. Any help on this would be much appreciated, as this would be our first experience & want to be prepared emotionally and properly.

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Talk to your vet. If you have never been around or dealt with a breeding dog, birthing puppies or anything like that, please talk to your vet. Have your dog fully vetted and the sire as well. Then, make sure you have homes for at least 2 - 3 puppies beforehand so that you are not adding to the rescue population. Next, find a breeder in your area (doesn't have to be Min-Pin) that will be your doggy midwife and help you through the birthing process. I have been a doggy midwife for several people and if I wasn't there, they wouldn't have had a clue what to do.

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Can Miniature Pinschers get asthma?

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Any breed of dog can get asthma, though it is not common in the Min-Pin breed. Consulting your breeder about previous puppies, the pedigree of those pups and the health of the dam and sire should give you an idea if asthma runs in the bloodline. Asthma can be created in dogs when they live in a smoking environment. Contact your breeder and make sure that no one smokes around the puppies and/or in the area.

Anonymous asked:
I am trying to find a female Miniature Pinscher to adopt. I really want a puppy, is there a site you might know of?

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There is this site right here. You can go to the Featured Puppies for sale. And you can also go to the AKC, CKC or UKC website and find breeders in your area. If you are looking to rescue, then googling breed-specific rescues in your area is the way to go.

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If you have a 15-year-old Jack Russell, will it get jealous because everyone is giving the new dog attention? Will the Doberman fight with a Miniature Pinscher?

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If a dog has lived 15 years and has always been the only dog, I would strongly suggest waiting until your 15-year-old dog has passed before getting a puppy. Old dogs that are not used to sharing the house can have an extremely hard time accepting a puppy and can develop health problems. As for an adult Doberman, it would all depend on how socialized the Dobie is with small dogs. But as with any dog, interactions between two or more dogs and puppies vs. adult/senior dogs should always be supervised at all times.

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Please know that a Miniature Pinscher is not related to the Doberman Pinscher.

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Updated: 6/28/2016