German Pinscher (Facts-Characteristics-Information-and-Training-with-Pictures)

December 16, 2015 • DOG Breeds • Views: 9041



German Pinscher

 

Overview:

German Pinscher is one of the popular breeds among all types of dogs in this world as a pet dog. It mainly found in Germany. It also called as Deutscher Pinscher

Characteristics:
German Pinscher is mainly found in Germany.
It is a medium sized breed.
They have a searching trend in inherit.
They are also used in searching rats or any insects in houses.
This breed does not bark unnecessarily.

Personality:
A well-bred German Pinscher can be an amazing companion with an even temperament. When it is considered for adding a German Pinscher to your family, it is suggested to meet the mother of the puppy that is offered by you. German Pinschers are generally not ferocious dogs. They are intelligent and quick learners. They understand things quickly who do not want any repetition while training them. This dog will not bark without having any necessity.

Color, Coat & Grooming:
The coat of German Pinchers should be shiny and smooth in texture all time, short and dense with no bald spots also be mentioned. They also found in various shades of red, stag red and Isabella colors. German Pinschers are also black/blue with tan/red markings.
The German Pinscher is a type of breed which is an average shedder and requires minimal grooming. If you brush their hair with a cloth or rubber mitt about once a week, that will help get rid of any excess hair.

Feeding:
Suggested Food amount: 1 to 2 cups of high-quality dry food a day, divided into two meals. How much adult German Pincher eats depends on his body size, his age, build, metabolism, and energy levels. Dogs are unique, as like people, and they don’t need the same amount of food at all. A highly active dog will eat much more than a lazy couch potato dog.
Keep your German Pinscher in a good shape by maintaining his food and feeding system. Give him twice a day rather than getting for food all the time. If you’re unsure whether he’s able to do anything or not, give him the eye test and the hands-on test.

Care:
German Pinschers are not lazy dogs at all. They are very energetic working breed, in many cases requiring several hours of exercise a day. It is suggested that a large, securely fenced yard and proper locking system is highly recommended for anyone who’s getting a German Pinscher.
German Pinschers does not like water at all. This breed will tolerate taking baths only to make their master happy; otherwise, they keep themselves away from water.

With the children, family & other pets:
A well-bred German Pinscher can be a trusted member of your house even with the other small animals or pets and children though any dog is never left unsupervised with either. The puppy of this breed shies away while facing with strangers is a symptom of poor breeds.