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Miniature Pinscher California

What is Good And Bad About Them.

Miniature Pinscher California.

The AKC Standard says that characteristic traits of the Miniature Pinscher are “fearless animation, complete self-possession, and spirited presence.”

This sleek, elegant breed with the quick, prancing gait is perhaps the “busiest” and most intense of the toy breeds. Assertive and proud, athletic and agile, the Miniature Pinscher is convinced that he’s a big dog. He seems to be in perpetual motion and enjoys brisk, vigorous, interactive games.

He also demands cuddling, but you should be careful not to obey HIS commands – in other words, begin and end cuddling on YOUR terms. Otherwise, his demanding behaviors will get worse and worse.

MinPins love comfort, especially snuggling under blankets.

Outdoors, he must be kept on-leash or in a securely fenced area at all times, for he is sharp-eyed, curious, and extremely quick to react. Unless exceptionally well-trained, Min Pins don’t come back when you call them.

Often they don’t stay where you leave them, either – they are incredible climbers and clever escape artists.

Keenly observant and territorial, the Miniature Pinscher takes his watchdog role seriously. He will show strangers his backside accompanied by vocal threats and defiant kicking of the ground with his rear feet. Early and frequent socialization is required so that your Min Pin doesn’t become sharp or shrill.

Miniature Pinschers can be dominant with other dogs, especially larger ones. Smaller creatures such as rodents and birds will be pursued with determination.

In the right hands, this bright breed is very trainable. But he has a mind of his own and can be headstrong and demanding.

Miniature Pinschers are tough on toys and will rip squeakers and stuffed animals to shreds. They love to bark, and housebreaking can be difficult.


Miniature Pinscher California

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