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There are THREE distinctive and separate breeds of the Pinscher *family.* The oldest, and least known, is the German Pinscher, which was probably the mid-sized foundation breed used to create the more popular smaller Miniature Pinscher and larger Doberman Pinscher. Although they share similar characteristics, there is more of a difference between the three breeds, than mere size.
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The Pinscher "Family" of Friends
German Pinscher, CH Kinrha Hinnie Joy
[with Santa Claus + 2 human friends
3 Dobermans + 1 black cat], AND at right,
Min Pin "Sheree" & her new "MOM," Ann
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Links to FCI written standards
and other descriptions and the history of the

German Pinscher
Doberman Pinscher and Miniature Pinscher.

Federation Cynologique Internationale [somone send me the written FCI standard of the German Pinscher]
FCI-Standard of the German Pinscher - in GERMAN - "Mother-Country" of G P
FCI-Standard of the German Pinscher -- English translation (G.B.)
The Kennel Club Breed Standard - Great Britain
Standard of the German Pinscher -- Official CKC, Canada
Standard of the German Pinscher -- Finnish translation
Standard of the German Pinscher -- French translation
Standard of the German Pinscher -- New South Wales
Standard of the German Pinscher -- New Zealand
Standard of the German Pinscher -- Norwegean translation
Standard of the German Pinscher -- Swedish translation
Standard of the German Pinscher -- A.K.C. Official Breed Standard - USA
Standard of the German Pinscher -- U.K.C. Official Breed Standard - USA
" The German Pinscher" -- First complete book written in English,by Gloria Cuthbert
History and Description of the German Pinscher

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Standard of the Doberman Pinscher (under construction - looking for pictures)

Standard of the Miniature Pinscher (under construction - looking for pictures)

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Books and other sources describing the German Pinscher

" The German Pinscher" - by GloriaCutbert.

" Your Purebred Puppy, Second Edition" - by Michele Welton.

Henry Holt and Company, Inc. ISBN # MOSO-6445-1 - MAY 2000

"The Atlas of Dog Breeds of the World," - by Bonnie Wilcox & Chris Walkowicz,
TFH Publications, Inc. 4th Ed., 1993, pp. 421, 422.

"Die deutschen Hunde und ihre Abstammung" - by Richard Strebel, 1905.
(still available as reprint -- there is a chapter about pinschers including Dobes).

"Dogs", Pockets Full of Knowledge" - DK Publishing, Inc., 95 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016

"The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dog Breeds" - by Joan Palmer, a Quarto Book,
Wellfleet Press, 114 Northfield Avenue, Edison, New Jersey, 08837, p. 57. ISBN 0-7858-00310-1

"The International Encyclopedia of Dogs" - by Anne Rogers Clark and Andrew H. Brace.
Howell Book House, 1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019, p341. ISBN 0-87605-624-9

"The Mini-Atlas of Dog Breeds" - Andrew DePrisco & James B. Johnson.
TFH Publications, Inc., 1990. Pg. 522 (w/pictures)

"The Perfect Match" - by Chris Walkowicz. Howell Book House, 1996. Pg. 208 (w/picture)

If you know of any other sources describing the German Pinschers,
please email the webmaster at: webmaster@germanpinschers.com
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Translation Sites

http://www.bing.com/translator/

http://worldlingo.com

http://www.freetranslation.com

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