About the site:

Here, you’ll find information about Miniature Pinschers and all dogs in general. This includes information about dog breeding, dog health, and dog training, among other topics related to dogs. The author hopes that if potential dog owners are educated about breed characteristics and the care that Min Pins require before they adopt a Min Pin, fewer Min Pins will be in need of rescue.

About the author:

I didn’t know how much I loved dogs until I brought home my first Miniature Pinscher, Zeus, more than a decade ago. I fell in love with him the minute I laid eyes on him. Now, he and his pack mate, Athena, bring love, joy, and lots of energy into our home. I would like to share some of the things I have learned from my Min Pins with you.

Jana Comer has an M.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In addition, she is an avid reader of scientific literature and is especially interested in the evolution of dogs, dog genetics, and dog behavior.

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1 comment

  1. Thea Brescia

    Howdy, Saw your site for the first time today & really enjoyed it.( Well written, good sense of humor). Last November adopted a dog from San Pedro, CA animal shelter. He was thought to be an Manchester terrier mix. “:Joe” is extremely lovable, playful, energetic and super smart. Lucky me! Won a raffle at animal rescue fund raiser, and my prize?- Free DNA blood test for Joe! {Normally costs about $135} The test is Wisdom Panel Professional,using over over 250 breed genetic signatures and decades of experience in canine genomes, they’re considered the best . My Vet has used them for years with great confidence to identify mixes.

    Joe turns out to be is a mini pinscher/chihuahua/ Doberman mix, with a bit of
    Japapanese Chin and German Spitz. Cool!

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