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Miniature Pinscher


6 Years




Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Dogs



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • Behavior Concerns


burke, VA


Moose is a 6 year old male minpin who weighs about 15 pounds. He is very playful and high energy and he loves walks, runs, playing with toys, and eating! We adopted Moose when we was about 9 months old and up until now he has fit well into our life. Moose has fear aggression and any touching of his paws, stomach, or trying to pick him up will make him very scared and he will bite. Because of his small size, we've been able to live with this, but now that we have a toddler we want to avoid any unintended consequences of the toddler touching Moose in a way he doesn't want to be touched.

In addition, Moose is very high energy, he will need multiple long walks a day and lots of attention. He will often cry if you sit around for too long when he wants to play or eat. He would do great in a home with other friendly and high energy dogs because they would give him the love and attention he needs to get all of his energy out. Moose's original foster home had 3 dogs and they got along well.

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