8 months ago 8 months ago Awww 14 Amazing Facts About Miniature Pinschers You Probably Never Knew by Judy Powell 8 months ago8 months ago Facebook Twitter 4 It wasn't until 1870 though that the energetic Min Pins were truly recognized by Germany as an official purebred dog breed. Credit Judy Powell 8 months ago 5 This sleek, elegant breed with the quick, prancing gait is perhaps the "busiest" and most intense of the toy breeds. Credit Judy Powell 8 months ago 6 The word “pinscher” may derive from the English word “pinch” or the French “pincer,” which means to pinch or catch. It’s a descriptive term, like “setter” or “retriever,” that describes the way dogs in the pinscher family work. Credit Judy Powell 8 months ago Post PaginationPage 2 / 5 Like it? Share with your friends! Facebook Twitter 0 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.