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German Pinscher: Key Characteristics of German Pinscher Dog Breed
Group: AKC Terrier; KCGB Working
AKC Ranking: 98
Also Known As: Deutscher Pinscher,
About German Pinscher
Country of Origin, History of the breed
As the name would suggest
the German Pinscher is believed to have been
bred in Germany and have descended from early
European herding and guardian breeds.
The German Pinscher is a
medium-sized, robust, muscular, well-balanced,
tall terrier with a strong, smooth, glossy
coat that comes in red fawn, black & tan,
and dark brown with yellow markings. The alert
expressive ears have a natural fold when they
are uncropped. Its long muzzle is bluntly
tipped with a medium-sized, black nose. The
dog's back is straight and the tail is customarily
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inches (41-48 cm.)
pounds (11-16 kg.)
The brave, sober, energetic, loyal,
protective, humorous German Pinscher can be an ideal
companion dog. It is lively but docile, quite versatile,
and a vocal guard dog. Tend to be hyperactive as
puppies if not given enough to occupy mind and body.
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.
The German Pincher is not good
with children and other dogs. Normally they get
along well with other household pets. However, they
are ratters and when outdoors they will chase a
cat, possibly hurting it.
The German Pinscher will do okay
in an apartment if it is sufficiently exercised.
They should have a tight fenced-in yard as this
breed will run off chasing anything that moves quickly.
The German Pinscher requires a
lot of exercise, including a daily, brisk, long
walk or jog or free play in the yard. They will
enjoy running alongside you when you bicycle. The
German Pinscher is a very good sport dog in agility
and obedience. It is very quiet but vigilant in
house. It responds to obedience training. However,
they can be bull headed and stubborn and need to
know who is boss.
The strong, smooth, glossy coat
of this average shedder requires little grooming.
An occasional brushing to remove dead hair is all
that is needed.
Generally a healthy breed but subject
to skin allergies and tend to be sensitive to vaccination
if given too many at a time.
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