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I love dogs and love to write about them, but I also enjoy writing about science and cooking. Zeus, my black and tan miniature pinscher, is the first dog that I have owned as an adult. I had never owned a min pin before, and was not quite sure what to expect. I knew that they were supposed to be smart, but I thought that meant easy to train. Silly me. This illustrates why it is important to research a breed before adopting a puppy. While Zeus's story has a happy ending, many do not. This is because a well-trained min pin is a joy; whereas, a not-so-well-trained min pin can be a handful.

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  • How to Teach Your Min Pin Almost Anything

    How to Teach Your Min Pin Almost Anything

    6 months ago

    This lens is about training your dog, min pins in particular, but the same strategy can be applied to almost anything with a pulse, e.g., your spouse, children, extended family, friends, or people in general. Three...