King Pin

The Miniature Pinscher is living proof that size doesn’t matter.

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Sandee W. of Boonville, Ind., thinks her Miniature Pinscher Dede is part mountain goat. “She would climb anything,” says Sandee, president of the Miniature Pinscher Club of America and a Min Pin breeder. “She would scale four-tiered shelves and end up on top. Then she couldn’t get back down. I would find her in the strangest places. I had to watch her like a hawk.

“Miniature Pinschers are clever little Houdinis and get themselves into some crazy situations. Sometimes you wonder how in the world they got where they are.”

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