German Pinscher Breed Maintenance
The German Pinscher maintains a relatively simple grooming upkeep. The German Pinscher has a smooth, short and shiny coat. He is considered to be an average shedding breed, which calls for weekly brushing with a rubber curry brush. Bathing should be limited to every 4 to 6 weeks and is necessary to help reduce the overproduction of oils in his skin. The German Pinscher is not considered to be a hypoallergenic breed and may pose an allergy risk to people. The German Pinscher does not have a smell. This breed does require much mental and physical stimulation so he does not get bored. Daily walks should be provided if possible. The German Pinscher would fare best in a living arrangement where he would have a fenced-in yard that is spacious enough to allow him to roam far distances with exercise. The German Pinscher is quick on his feet and will chase anything that moves. As long as he is provided with sufficient exercise and play, the German Pinscher will succeed in his home. This dog does best in a climate that does not become too extreme with weather due to his smooth, fine coat. The German Pinscher does not have a specific diet.