MINIATURE PINSCHER PUPPY SALE MALE BLACK
Litter: December 3, 2017
Size Range: 12-16 lbs
Miniature Pinscher Puppy Sale Male Black
Miniature Pinscher puppy sale male black. A beautiful fun-loving male.
Miniature Pinscher Puppy Breed
When you think of the word “Pinscher” and associate it with a dog, there’s a good chance that you immediately think of the Doberman Pinscher. To many people, the Doberman is an especially intimidating type of dog and it takes some real knowledge about the breed to understand that it can be friendly and loyal with the right kind of ownership and training. But we’re not talking about Dobermans: we’re talking about Miniature Pinschers.
What separates Miniature Pinschers from other breeds? For one, as you might imagine, the size is quite different. The Miniature Pinscher might have a lot of coloring like a Doberman, but the size is totally different and, unsurprisingly, the personality correlates with this difference in size.
The Miniature Pinscher is a feisty, friendly dog sometimes known as the “King of the Toy Dogs.” Given its relation to Doberman Pinschers, Miniature Pinschers also hail from Germany but have achieved an international following and popularity across a variety of countries and breed tastes. Today, the Miniature Pinscher is perhaps one of the most loveable and personable dogs out there. Even if you’re a little unsure about dogs in the first place, getting yourself a Miniature Pinscher can be a highly rewarding experience.
Like Doberman Pinschers, Miniatures come from Germany. Believe it or not, however, the Miniature Pinscher is not a miniature Doberman – in fact, it predates the Doberman Pinscher by some 50 years. Like so many other breeds, the Miniature Pinscher first gained recognition during the 20th century where it began to be officially classified by formal dog organizations.
Although Miniature Pinschers are miniature, they’re not quite the toy dogs you might expect them to be. Sure, they might resemble a toy dog, but their personality has been altered by a more blue collar background, making them more independent and giving them a generally feistier personality. Many people might attribute this personality difference to their relation to the Doberman Pinscher, but in reality the Miniature Pinscher has developed and carved a niche all its own.
The word “Pinscher” refers to a terrier breed in German. But if Doberman Pinschers aren’t the ancestors to the Miniature Pinscher, then who is? Well, both breeds are actually descended from the German Pinscher, which explains the fact that all three of these Pinscher groups come from that section of Northern Europe. There has been some confusion about the classification of the Miniature Pinscher for a while, and only as recently as the 1970s have the rules been changed to reflect the fact that the Miniature Pinscher is not a Miniature Doberman Pinscher but rather a Pinscher breed all its own.
The Miniature Pinscher should not really be treated like a toy dog – it’s not a great socializer and will have a high tolerance for work and exercise. Consequently, if you want to make sure that your dog is properly raised according to the breed’s characteristics, it’s a good idea to make sure that your Miniature Pinscher has plenty of outdoor exercise on a regular basis. Miniature Pinschers aren’t ideal for large families and are generally regarded as a dog for one or two people.
Regular exercise is a big priority in the world of the “Min Pin,” so make sure that it gets plenty of opportunities to roam. Having your own land or at least a larger-spaced neighborhood will give your Miniature Pinscher more opportunities to exercise without the prospect of having to bark at other dogs.