The German Pinscher, also referred to as the Standard Pinscher, is a German breed that has been around since 1879. This breed nearly went extinct before World War II. Fortunately a man named Herr Werner Jung brought the breed back. Today all German Pinschers descend from one “founding mother.”
This is a smaller dog that only stands between 17 and 20 pounds and weighs between 23 and 35 pounds. They have a short, glossy and smooth coat that comes in solid colors that range between fawn and stag red. This dog is a good natured dog that is equally as suitable as a family dog or a watch dog.