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Maythe   fontana, California

8/19/2013 9:41:26 PM

I have a question? I bought a mini pin its probably about. 2 1/2 months . I got told that it was pure breed I did see the mom she was a full breed brown mini pin , the dad I did not see but I got told it was a black short mini pin. My mini pin has a couple little long brown hairs by his chest & he has alittle long hairs on the top of his head that just stick up alittle. Is that normal for a mini pin if it.had different colored parents?

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Silvia   OT, New Jersey

11/6/2012 7:42:34 AM

Love my min pins!! I have 4 :) 3 of them are a close family & they sleep/eat-stay together, my puppy is a new addition & he is one smart, funny-trouble maker ! But i love them all , Sanchez , Macho & Peenut are tan & black , Tito is all tan & tall slim body, i took alot of time to train him which i was so surprised how he learns so fast ; besides the usually, sit, paw ; he gives kisses on command, high five, rolls over , knows names of his toys & gets them on command as i call each out; he can jump over dog fence in kitchen, jump on the window from the floor (his fave spot safe screen down) he amazes me everyday ! If you have time to train a Min Pin you really get the benefits its an amazing breed and truely a BFF :)

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tasha   montrose, CO

3/14/2011 7:38:49 PM

i have a male min pin he is a hand full and getting the hang of going outside to go potty he's a year and a half.but i want to breed him i got a girl from the same person i got him from she says they are brother and sister but they look nothing alike he is short haired and black with brown markings and she is pure black with long hair so i dont know what to do they look nothing alike but yet i dont want to breed my min pin with his sister what to do

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camille   stevensville, MA

2/27/2011 3:20:37 PM

It gives avery true picture of min. pins. my 7 1/2 year old is a wonderful companion, very commited to me and always wants to please.

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Becky   La,Habra, CA

9/28/2010 7:33:06 AM

WOW! Sounds like my Min Pin!!He is smart and he potty trained pretty easy too!


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Linda   Hemet, CA

4/16/2010 8:20:28 AM

The expert advice is spot on! I have two Min Pins, one 13 1/2 years and one almost 13 years. They are a challenge to housebreak and are very independent, but full of unending love for you. I will never be without one! I love mine completely.

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din   nashville, TN

11/15/2009 4:04:25 PM

If you want one make sure you have time to play. Mini Pins have lots of energy and can destroy things when their bored!

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Andrew   Joliet, IL

10/11/2009 6:02:48 PM

I think your article was very on point. My Min Pin is described to a T. Eight years young and still a whirlwind, loveable and loves kisses.

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amanda   cartersville, GA

6/1/2009 10:23:13 AM

I just love how you tell us so much about our specific breed of dogs; in just one article/website

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Verjinia   Edwardsville, IL

10/27/2007 10:27:09 AM

I read what the trainer, vet, breeder, and groomer had to say and I must agree that they are all very right. My min pin is learning lots of tricks despite what some people have told me, she always acts like she is starving and will do anything to get to food, and i mean ANYTHING, she is very playful and I am having extreme difficulty potty training far no progress :(, and lastly, her coat looks great! I love her to death!


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