Miniature Pinscher breeders
Wolseley, Saskatchewan S0G 5H0
Tyramara is a small show breeder of Canadian Kennel Club registered miniature pinschers. Although we breed hoping for the next show potential, not all puppies are qualified for showing, but all are qualified as wonderful family pets.
All puppies have a 2 year health guarantee, are vaccinated, dewormed, tattooed, paper and crate trained, vet checked and well socialized before going to their new home. All puppies must be spayed or neutered and a contract signed agreeing to that stipulation.
Number 1 Miniature Pinscher in Canada 2013
MINIATURE PINSCHER BREEDERS BY REGION
- Equinox Perm. Reg'd Kennels
- Harr Perm. Reg'd Miniature Pinschers
- Pinup Miniature Pinschers
- Teralea Miniature Pinschers
- Akira Reg'd
- Anrich Reg'd Doberman & Miniature Pinschers
- Dog River (Reg'd)
- Patapin Miniature Pinschers
- None listed at this time.
None listed at this time.
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