Size: Small / Medium
Weight: 22 - 26 lbs.
Height: 12" - 14"
Life Span: 12 - 14 years
Health Problems: It is believed that this breed may have been phased out in its pure form due to many health problems associated with mostly white-haired dogs; such as deafness and blindness.
Also Known As: No Nicknames.
Category: Companion Dog
The Harlequin Pincher does not require much exercise, and is content with indoor living.
No special grooming requirements.
With an outstanding temperament and gentle nature, the Harlequin Pinscher is the ideal companion for people and children.
Compatibility with Kids
Good with children.
It is thought that the Harlequin Pinscher was created by crossing smaller varieties of the German Pinscher with smaller herding dogs, such as the Sheltie and the Berger de Pyrenees. Its coloring is a combination of dark spots on a mostly white coat. No registrations of the Harlequin Pinscher have been recorded since the 1930s. It is thought that the breed may be extinct in its pure form -- present today only as a contributor to other mixed breeds.
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