brown small dog breeds
The Miniature Pinscher, or "Min Pin, " is a bold, proud, confident, fearless dog who is also highly curious and playful. He has endless, non-stop energy! He loves to chase, play with, and chew things. You will need to watch him carefully, because he sometimes steals and chews things he shouldn't, and can choke on small items if not supervised while playing. He is extremely curious, and will stand on his hind legs to make himself taller and see what is going on around him. He is a loving, lively dog who often bonds very strongly to one person. He is easily trained, and is a quick learner who genuinely seems to understand what you are commanding. He can be independent and defensive, however, and will nip at both children and adults if he is roughly trained or handled, or if he feels uncomfortable or threatened. He can get along well with a family and with children and other pets as long as he is socialized while still a puppy. He is difficult to housebreak. He is a deeply loyal and protective dog who makes a good watchdog. He is extremely alert and will bark loudly at anything that seems to present a danger, and will take a challenging stance to face it. He may bark too much at times. He is distant and aloof with strangers, and generally not friendly to people outside his family. Because he is so energetic, he needs lots exercise both inside and outside the home. He needs to play in safely fenced yard because he is quick to escape; he is known as the "Houdini of the dog world." When out walking he needs to be on a leash because he will chase after small animals or any small thing that moves. He can also be aggressive toward unfamiliar dogs. He needs to be protected from the cold in winter, and loves to nestle in a bed under a blanket. You need to watch his diet and exercise closely, as he can quickly become overweight. He is a low to moderate shedder-something to bear in mind if you don't want any dog-hair in the house.