DANIXARIS CHERRY BLOSSOM ( Queen )
Date of birth: 01/12/2020
Bred by: Us
Owned by: Us
Sire: CalvaXar Bad Boy Lincoln at Danixaris
Dam: Furia Banda Urwisow
Dilute: D/D non-carrier
Degenerative myelopathy (DM) - Clear
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I am Ann; I live with my family and my German Pinschers in Manchester, UK. We are a small kennel. Our dogs are first and foremost family pets.
They are health tested with excellent temperament and different lines to other female German Pinschers currently in the UK.
Dog showing is my hobby.
My first German Pinscher girl Molly ( Furia Banda Urwisow ) became part of our family in 2015. We imported her from Poland. She is a special girl for me, as she helped me in difficult times in my life. She is smart, sensitive but also stubborn like typical German Pinscher.
One Year later, we decided to import another girl Figa, and in July 2018, our precious boy Lincoln joined our family ( Calvaxar Bad Boy Lincoln at Danixaris ). Lincoln is an affectionate boy with a big heart who loves attention and is friendly with everyone he meets.
A fantastic example of the breed. Molly and Lincoln had two litters together, and in 2021 we decided to keep one of their puppies from C litter, Queen ( Danixaris Cherry Blossom).
She is an amazing girl. I am looking forward to seeing her grow.
I am passionate about my dogs/ puppies. So when choosing potential owners for my puppies, I like to meet with them face-to-face sometime before puppies are born. I want to know that you have met my dogs and you are sure that the German Pinscher breed is for you. So please understand that before I add you to my waiting list I will ask you to come and meet us.
Due to Covid and the restrictions, I will meet potential puppy owners on the walk where we can keep a safe distance.
I am a member and committee of The German Pinscher Club, and I am also a licensed breeder.
The legislation was introduced in October 2018 stating that most dog breeders (including home breeders who breed only one litter per year) now have to be licensed. These licensed breeders are inspected and checked by both an Environmental Health Officer and a qualified vet. There are very high standards required in order to be awarded a license. Breeders can get between 1 – 5*
I have obtained a Higher standards license with a rating of 4 *
My Breeding license number is 152790
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In need of a strong leader, the assertive and determined German Pinscher is easy to train and intelligent.
Naturally suspicious of strangers, he is an excellent guard dog. He has lots of energy, and he's devoted to his family.
The German Pinscher is not a smaller variety of Doberman but an older breed with a much longer history. He was used as a versatile farm dog and ratter, but the breed nearly disappeared after World War II.
Early socialization and training are essential with this strong-willed (read: stubborn) dog. German Pinschers take well to training, but they are independent thinkers and want to do things their own way. It’s important to establish rules, be consistent and, above all, prevent the dog from getting bored. Use positive reinforcement techniques such as play, praise and food rewards. Like most dogs, German Pinschers become bored when left to their own devices, but when they live with a family who is willing to spend time training and exercising them, they thrive.
The German Pinscher is best suited to a family with children 8 years and older who can understand how to treat him with respect. He may or may not get along with cats. He has a strong prey drive and will likely chase cats or other small furry animals outdoors, but some German Pinschers get along well with indoor cats if they have been raised with them. Unless you’re sure they are best friends, use common sense and separate them when you can’t be there to supervise.
The German Pinscher has high energy levels and needs much more activity than a simple walk around the block. Choose this breed only if you are a high-energy person yourself who enjoys active daily exercise with a dog. He’s well suited to just about any dog sport or activity you can teach, including agility, obedience, rally and tracking.
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