THE VIVACIOUS GERMAN PINSCHER T he German Pinscher stan- dard characterizes the breed as being “very vivacious.” They are the smallest breed BY KIMBERLE SCHIFF
in the Working Group, but they are larger than life in personality. They approach life (especially when it involves play) with considerable gusto. The Ger- man Pinscher possesses both spirited- ness and playfulness—with just a touch of clown. The German Pinscher is a long-lived and keenly alive breed. Their average lifespan is thirteen and they age well, with many continuing with their favorite sports and activities well into old age.
“THE GERMAN PINSCHER POSSESSES BOTH SPIRITEDNESS AND PLAYFULNESS— WITH JUST A TOUCH OF CLOWN.”
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