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German Pinscher Dog Breed
The German Pinscher is one of
the better known of the Pinscher breeds. Its origins date back to the
17th century, and traced to the German Bibarhund and the Tanner of the
14th century. During the 1600s the Rattenfanger was created, which was
a mix of black and tan terriers created to make a working ratter and
watchdog. The Rattenfanger eventually became the Pinscher.
This female Pinscher was bred with three different miniature Pinscher males and practically every current Pinscher of today descended from those five dogs. German Pinschers then started to show up in the United States sometime during the late 1970s. In 2001, the ACK accepted the German Pinscher into the miscellaneous class. And finally, it became an official member of the working group in 2003.
Personality: The German Pinscher is considered to be extremely courageous, tenacious, and makes the perfect watchdog. It is very playful and affectionate, yet overly cautious and reserved towards strange dogs and humans it does not know. It is very alert to intruders and considered to be somewhat stubborn, especially when it comes to training.
Taking Care Of Your German
Pinscher: Upkeep and maintenance of the German Pinscher takes a bit of
attention. This is one dog that does not like to be left alone or
committed to a kennel for any period of time. It enjoys being right in
the middle of all of the action and is most happy when around its
owners. The German Pinscher as high energy levels and requires daily
exercise, as well as mental stimulation through training. Grooming is
simple and only requires the occasional brushing to remove excess dead
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