Origin and Etymology of doberman pinscher
First Known Use: 1917See Words from the same year
Definition of miniature pinscher
Recent Examples of miniature pinscher from the Web
After receiving an anonymous call about the possible neglect of two dogs, animal services observed a miniature pinscher mix in the back yard rolling on the ground.
Five months ago, Keri Levy and her family had to make the difficult decision to euthanize their dog Ceasar, a beloved 15-year-old miniature pinscher, because of a chronic health condition called Cushing's disease, reports People.
Some groups focus on rescuing specific breeds — like miniature pinschers, pit bulls or greyhounds – while still others may take in animals of a specific size, age or health condition.
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First Known Use of miniature pinscher
DOBERMAN PINSCHER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of Doberman pinscher for English Language Learners
: a type of tall, thin, muscular dog with short hair that is usually black and tan
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