Miniature Pinscher

KC Pedigree, Small

Doesn't moult much

Good for first time owners

Originally bred to hunt vermin, the Miniature Pinscher gained the nickname 'King of the Toys' for his stately appearance and self-assured attitude.


Attractive to ...

Someone who loves the look of the Dobermann but in miniature and has the energy to match the Min Pin's dynamite personality.

Not the best for ...

Anyone who thinks the delicate-looking Min Pin would be a walk in the park. Given the chance, the King of the Toys will easily rule your household.


Min Pin, King of the Toys, Zwergpinscher

Cross between





Small enough to carry when necessary.

Exercise Needs

Low (Under 30 minutes)
A walk and a good sniff can be like reading a novel while doing a marathon for a little dog.


Dogs that you mainly just need to polish! But be warned - short haired dogs moult all the time!


Doesn't moult much
But all dogs shed dander so if you're allergic, make sure you'll be ok

Life expectancy

13 years

Good first dog?



SakuraBloom Min Pins

Here at SakuraBloom we are one big fur family. Im Kat and my partners name is Andrew and we bought our first home together back in 2014. We are licensed breeders and we live breathe, sleep and eat with our dogs! I am home 24/7 with our fur family so I get to do all the fun activities throughout the day. Andrew works with heavy machinery in the day and cuddling puppies by night. Andrew has grown up with dogs all his life. As I have always loved every animal growing up but always wanted a dog. Due to parents having high demand jobs we was unable to have a puppy. So when Andrew and I moved into our first home we bought our first dog (Bella) within 2 weeks of moving in! The best decision we ever made!


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