Miniature pinschers since 1998
We are raising AKC min pins with the family in mind.
Our dogs are raised in our home with the family. They are handled from the time they are born, until they go to their new homes.
We are raising miniature pinscher puppies in a variety of colors including: black and rust, chocolate, clear red, blue and tan, and fawn (the color known as isabella in the dobermann breed).
We are adding the old time minpin pattern, harlequin to the list of what we raise. This color is merle in other dog breeds. We are hoping for our first litter with merle puppies in late April. Seren is our merle girl. If you are curious, go to look at her page. Her puppies will be ACR registered.
The blue puppy in the photo to the left has been sold and gone to her new home. Wasn't she a little doll baby?
We lost Finlay this year, and Angus has been neutered. We are bringing home Alfred. He is a nice chocolate male that
we raised. He will be our only stud dog for the foreseeable future. Next litters will be from Alfred.
Last updated Sept. 10.2009
We lost our home to fire on Aug. 1, and so things have been sort of up in the air. I lost Nessa, Winky, and Spice in the fire.
We still miss the precious lives we lost in the fire, but we are trying to move on, and slowly things are coming back together. There is no way to replace such a loss, we just have to live with things as they are.
If you have questions, give us an email or a call.
phone (775) 591-0448
Our puppies are raised around border collies, a blue heeler, and a great pyrenees.
We live in an area where they are able to go hiking with me, and thoroughly enjoy a good run and a romp in the creek.
All babies will be current on shots and wormed before they leave our home.
Our dogs produce puppies with both ear types. Some with naturally erect ears, and some with the drop type ear. We choose to leave our dogs with natural ears. You can obtain information on cropping by visiting with the veterinarians in your area. Prices vary widely from area to area, and also style of crop. I suggest if you are intending to have your puppy cropped, that you search through minpin photos in books or on the internet. When you find miniature pinscher crop jobs you find attractive, take the picture with you to your vet to give him an idea of the look you favor.
This is another little puppy that went off to live in a new home. He is now residing in Kansas, and is Twyla Cooper's little man.
Twyla's website is www.jackpins.com. She often has puppies available, and is strong toward the chocolate color.
Send an email to me.