German Pinscher

The German Pinscher (original name Deutscher Pinscher, FCI No. 184) is a medium-sized, breed of dog, a Pinscher type that originated in Germany. The breed is included in the origins of the Dobermann, the Miniature Pinscher, the Affenpinscher, Miniature Schnauzer, Giant Schnauzer and the Standard Schnauzer. The breed is rising in numbers in the U.S., mainly due to their full acceptance to AKC in 2003. In Australia the breed is established with a rise in popularity becoming evident. There are Australian bred dogs in many breeding kennels worldwide including the USA, Finland, Sweden and Spain.

A well bred German Pinscher will be a loving companion with an even temperament. Temperament is hereditary. When considering adding a German Pinscher to a family, it is advised to be able to meet and touch the mother of the puppy you are offered. German Pinschers are generally friendly dogs. They are highly intelligent, quick learners who do not enjoy repetition in training. A well bred German Pinscher can be trusted with small animals and children, though no dog should ever be left unsupervised with either. If the puppy shies away when faced with strangers, it may be a sign of poor breeding.

It should also be noted that German Pinschers are very high energy dogs, in many cases requiring several hours of exercise a day. Accordingly, a large, securely fenced, yard (or some other means of providing the dog with the necessary physical and mental exercise on a daily basis) is highly recommended for anyone considering the breed as a pet.




German Pinscher Dog Club Directory (English )

- Features kennel history, photos and pedigrees. Southern California, United States.


- Raising German Pinschers and Standard Manchester Terriers. Includes photos and litter plans. Perrysburg, Ohio, United States.

- Raising Keeshonden and German Pinschers. Features information about the kennel, show news, and photos of previous litters. Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States.

- Includes photos, show standings and litter announcements. Bellingham, Washington, United States.

German Pinscher


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German Pinscher

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