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This video just give you brief information about the miniature pinscher breed.
Sweet little lady a min pin pup I helped this wonderful family located. Also with my guidance and wonderful training tips they're bonding and training process is going pawrific.
With the right guidance they will do anything for you even if it's their first time doing it, it's true that they can be stubborn it's true they have Mighty dog syndrome laughing out loud but have faith believe in yourself and have patience you can turn that negative energy into something positive. Don't give up on your baby/ babies Min Pin or non Min Pin because what I learned from a min pin that they're very loyal and will never give up on the one's they love and bark to protect.
Just a fun sweet clip of puppies eating watermelon for the first time.
: The Miniature Pinscher is structurally a well balanced, sturdy, compact, short-coupled, smooth-coated dog. He naturally is well groomed, proud, vigorous and alert. Characteristic traits are his hackney-like action, fearless animation, complete self-possession, and his spirited presence. Size, Proportion, Substance: Size -10 to 12½ inches in height allowed, with desired height 11to 11½ inches measured at highest point of the shoulder blades. Disqualification - Under 10inches or over 12½ inches in height. Length of males equals height at withers. Females may be slightly longer. Head: In correct proportion to the body. Tapering, narrow with well fitted but not too prominent foreface which balances with the skull. No indication of coarseness. Eyes full, slightly oval, clear, bright and dark even to a true black, including eye rims, with the exception of chocolates, whose eye rims should be self-colored. Ears set high, standing erect from base to tip. May be cropped or uncropped. Skull appears flat, tapering forward toward the muzzle. Muzzle strong rather than fine and delicate, and in proportion to the head as a whole. Head well balanced with only a slight drop to the muzzle, which is parallel to the top of the skull. Nose black only, with the exception of chocolates which should have a self-colored nose. Lips and Cheeks small, taut and closely adherent to each other. Teeth meet in a scissors bite. Neck, Topline, Body: Neck proportioned to head and body, slightly arched, gracefully curved, blending into shoulders, muscular and free from suggestion of dewlap or throatiness. Topline -Back level or slightly sloping toward the rear both when standing and gaiting. Body compact, slightly wedge-shaped, muscular. Fore chest well developed. Well-sprung ribs . Depth of brisket, the base line of which is level with points of the elbows. Belly moderately tucked up to denote grace of structural form. Short and strong in loin. Croup level with topline. Tail set high, held erect, docked in proportion to size of dog .Forequarters: Shoulders clean and sloping with moderate angulation coordinated to permit the hackney-like action. Elbows close to the body. Legs -Strong bone development and small clean joints. As viewed from the front, straight and upstanding. Pasterns strong, perpendicular. Dewclaws should be removed. Feet small, catlike, toes strong, well arched and closely knit with deep pads. Nails thick, blunt. Hindquarters: Well muscled quarters set wide enough apart to fit into a properly balanced body. As viewed from the rear, the legs are straight and parallel. From the side, well angulated. Thighs well muscled. Stifles well defined. Hocks short, set well apart. Dewclaws should be removed. Feet small, catlike, toes strong, well arched and closely knit with deep pads. Nails thick, blunt. Coat: Smooth, hard and short, straight and lustrous, closely adhering to and uniformly covering the body. Color: Solid clear red. Stag red (red with intermingling of black hairs). Black with sharply defined rust-red markings on cheeks, lips, lower jaw, throat, twin spots above eyes and chest, lower half of forelegs, inside of hind legs and vent region, lower portion of hocks and feet. Black pencil stripes on toes. Chocolate with rust-red markings the same as specified for blacks, except brown pencil stripes on toes. In the solid red and stag red a rich vibrant medium to dark shade is preferred. Disqualifications - Any color other than listed. Thumb mark (patch of black hair surrounded by rust on the front of the foreleg between the foot and the wrist; on chocolates, the patch is chocolate hair). White on any part of dog which exceeds ½ inch in its longest dimension. Gait: The forelegs and hind legs move parallel, with feet turning neither in nor out. The hackney-like action is a high-stepping, reaching, free and easy gait in which the front leg moves straight forward and in front of the body and the foot bends at the wrist. The dog drives smoothly and strongly from the rear. The head and tail are carried high. Temperament: Fearless animation, complete self-possession, and spirited presence. Disqualifications: Under 10 inches or over 12½ inches in height. Any color other than listed. Thumb mark (patch of black hair surrounded by rust on the front of the foreleg between the foot and the wrist; on chocolates, the patch is chocolate hair). White on any part of dog which exceeds ½ inch in its longest dimension.
Life Expectancy: 10 – 14 years Dog Breed Group: Companion Dogs Weight: 8 – 11 lbs. Height: 10 – 12 1/2 inches
This breed has an extremely short coat which results in minimal shedding.
The Min Pin is a low-maintenance dog as it pertains to grooming requirements. A grooming mitt is often sufficient.
Miniature Pinschers have manageable health issues. This would require regular visits to a local veterinarian.
Your Miniature Pinscher will need continuous on-and-off activity throughout the day to remain healthy both mentally and physically.
The Miniature Pinscher can become extremely good with children who treat him properly. If he feels he is being mistreated, he could become snappy. Due to this, the Min Pin is generally recommended in homes with children over 10.
Barking is not generally a problem with this breed.
The Min Pin is a highly spirited, confident, small dog. He is often fearless and extremely curious. He is energetic and often makes an excellent watchdog. The Min Pin finds interest in investigating all situations and may get into trouble if not watched carefully. Crate training is highly recommended with this breed to prevent him getting into bad situations.The Min Pin is also known to be an escape artist. He can find a method of escape in almost every situation. If he sees an opportunity, he will escape to satisfy his curiosity.Although the Min Pin is extremely affectionate, he does not enjoy lounging. He would rather follow you around on your every activity. If he does not get a sufficient amount of activity, he is highly likely to develop behavioral problems.
The Min Pin is relatively easy-to-train at an early age. Many pet parents enroll their Min Pin into Puppy Kindergarten in order to provide them with early training and early socialization.
This fearless and extremely curious. He is energetic and often makes an excellent watchdog. The Min Pin finds interest in investigating all situations and may get into trouble if not watched carefully. Crate training is highly recommended with this breed to prevent him getting into bad situations.The Min Pin is also known to be an escape artist. He can find a method of escape in almost every situation. If he sees an opportunity, he will escape to satisfy his curiosity.Although the Min Pin is extremely affectionate, he does not enjoy lounging. He would rather follow you around on your every activity. If he does not get a sufficient amount of activity, he is highly likely to develop behavioral problems.
The Min Pin is not a heavy shedder. The Miniature Pinscher has an extremely short, easy-to-maintain coat. A grooming mitt is often sufficient.
Progressive Retinal Atrophy- PRA is an eye disease which involves the gradual deterioration of the retina of the eye. Dogs with PRA are night-blind may lose sight even throughout the day in advanced stages of the condition.Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease – This condition is caused by the blood supply to the femur decreasing. The head of the femur that connects to the pelvis disintegrates throughout this disease. Initial symptoms may begin to occur at approximately six months of age.Hypothyroidism- If your Miniature Pinscher is experiencing a thyroid problem, symptoms may include obesity, hair loss, seizures and/or lethargy.Allergies- This breed has skin allergies. This may lead to itchy skin and often bacterial skin infections.Epilepsy – a structural or chemical imbalance in the brain which causes seizures.