Pinup Miniature Pinschers

Defining Style, Grace and Elegance


We do not currently have any available puppies or older dogs.

Our next planned breeding is Fall 2021 and our waitlist is full. If you are interested in more information or to be added to our waitlist for future litters, please contact us. We do not expect to have available puppies prior to mid-2022 although things can always change as people come on and off the waitslist.

We are always happy to provide referrals to other reputable breeders as well!

Our primary goal is to raise all of our puppies to be well-socialized companions and pets with vibrant good health. We spend extensive time with the puppies from day one, giving them the input needed to help them develop.

What should you expect from a Pinup puppy? You should expect a lifetime of love and companionship. When your pup comes home with you, he or she will come with everything they need to start their life with you including a crate (a suitable size to last a lifetime), bedding, leash and collar, toys, blanket and enough food to last 2-3 weeks. The pup will be registered with the Canadian Kennel Club and come with 6 weeks of pet insurance. All my pups come with a lifetime genetic guarantee. If for any reason your pup develops a genetic issue, I will replace that pup from the next available litter.

What do you need to get a new puppy? You need to be able provide your pup with love, affection, exercise and companionship. Dogs are incredibly social animals and are not meant to be alone for long periods of time. Min Pins especially need a lot of exercise - whether it is going for a walk, running in the park or playing with toys at home, they need to be stimulated and kept engaged.

Our puppies begin their days in our bedroom and as they open their eyes and begin to move around we move them down into the kitchen in the middle of daily life. They are held and loved and exposed to all of the noise and fun of a bustling household. We are proud to follow the Puppy Culture method of raising exceptional puppies. More information can be found on the Puppy Culture website.

All our puppies and adults are naturally reared with limited use of vaccines, no kibble or chemical flea treatments. They are fed a diet of raw meaty bones (RMB) and a variety of meat and organs. We began to feed raw over 10 yrs ago after trying a variety of high quality kibbles. I was just not satisfied with my dogs general health.  I had heard of raw feeding for years and decided to make the change. They now all have shiny coats, no itchy ears, healthy teeth and unbounded energy. Our puppies first food is ground meat and a bit of organic goats milk. It is not long before they are devouring bones and chunks of meat.  Our desire is to find homes for our puppies where they will continue to be fed a raw diet and kept minimally vaccinated.

I believe in allowing mother nature to take it's course when raising puppies. Both the mother and littermates play a big part in early socialization and learning. Consequently, my pups are not sent to their new homes prior to 10-12 weeks of age. For me there is no magical number or timeline, each litter and indeed each pup may be different and require different things.

I have recently come across an excellent article with 10 questions you should ask your breeder AFTER you have already decided they are reputable and you think you would like to purchase a puppy from them. I encourage everyone to read this and ask the questions - whether it be me or another breeder. 10 QUESTIONS YOU MUST ASK YOUR BREEDER.