Miniature Pinscher Puppies and Dogs

Updated: Jan 3

Where Can I Find a Miniature Pinscher Breeder?

We recommend you rescue a Miniature Pinscher (or any dog) before you buy a puppy from a breeder. There are millions of homeless dogs across the country, many of which are purebred and who need homes. Adopting a Miniature Pinscher can be life changing — not only for the dog, but also the adopter.


If you're not convinced and your intention is to buy a Miniature Pinscher from a breeder, it is safest to purchase a puppy from a reputable breeder. When working with a breeder verify that the breeder you’re purchasing from does genetic testing of their animals and be sure to verify the puppy’s health information. Also make sure that the breeder will take back any pets they sell if for any reason the pet cannot stay in their home, and that the breeder will commit to finding those pets a new home if needed.


Please understand that you may have to drive several hundred miles in order to find a reputable, safe, and dependable breeder to purchase your Miniature Pinscher and you'll be paying $600 more on average. Imagine all the chew toys and dog sweaters you could get if you adopted a Miniature Pinscher instead!

Miniature Pinscher Puppies

About Bella


It’s the smiles, the laughs, the warm hugs and the sweet kisses, or the joy of just being together, these are the things that really matter to me. I really want to be a part of those thing in your life. My name is Bella and I am ready for my forever family. I am a sweet puppy who loves playtime and is always up for a good cuddle. If you think I am the puppy for you, please make the call that brings me home! I can't wait to meet you!


Overview


Despite their resemblance, Miniature Pinschers are not miniature versions of the Dobermans who share their name. Often known as “the King of Toys,” Miniature Pinschers originated in Germany, where they were bred to be barnyard ratters. These proud pups have a distinctive, high-stepping gait and a spirited, animated demeanor. They bond closely with their humans and thrive on attention and interaction. Great with children, “Min-Pins” are great family pets and watchdogs and, at an average of 8-10 lbs. fully grown, they are well-suited for both apartment living as well as larger homes.

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