The German Pinscher is an ancestor to the Dobermann and Miniature Pinscher, but is actually more closely related to the Schnauzer. Both the Pinscher and the Schnauzer were developed from the now extinct Rat Pinscher.
Someone that wants a smart, no-frills, unexaggerated dog that is a keen pupil in training.
Someone that wants a laid-back dog. The Pinscher is ever watchful. As well as ratting in stables and on farms, the Pinscher was a watchdog – it's in his nature to be alert.
Pinscher, Standard Pinscher
A bit smaller than a Labrador.
Medium (About an hour)
Doesn't have to be a solid hour, you can give them lots of short walks.
Dogs that you mainly just need to polish! But be warned - short haired dogs moult all the time!
All canines drop some hair, think of it as dog glitter!
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