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Welcome to the

Miniature Pinscher Club

of Great Britain

It is believed that the first Min Pins arrived in Britain in 1938, although the breed had already gained popularity in the USA some ten years earlier. In 1948 a determined and successful effort was made to popularize the breed in this country, and stock was imported from the Continent and the USA. The Miniature Pinscher Club of Great Britain was formed in 1955 and exists to safeguard and improve the breed. Today the Club has approaching 200 members, with membership spread from Lands End to Aberdeen.

For further information, please contact

Katherine French
Honorary Secretary of the
Miniature Pinscher Club of Great Britain
27 Tilston Road
Walton
Liverpool
L9 6AH

Tel: 0151 524 2921 (please leave a message if no answer)
e-mail admin@miniaturepinscherclub.co.uk

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