Due to health issues I am not having any litters any time soon. I am leaving my site up because I believe in this breed and would like to see it get further down the road. Thank you for visiting.
Carlin Pinschers are a "new" breed which can resemble a miniature rottweiler. For the most part, they are a combination of pug and miniature pinscher. At this time they can not be called a "purebred" as that takes many generations to achieve.
A little over 14 years ago was my first time to see a Carlin Pinscher and I fell in love with them. After visiting with a couple of Carlin Pinscher breeders I decided to do what we could to help this breed along. My line started with a male chocolate Min Pin and a female fawn Pug. I love the traditional black and tan "mini rott" look and that is where I am trying to get. But not only the color, I am working towards the total package. The colors I have seen in my pups so far have been sable, black, black and tan and chocolate.
All of my adults and pups trace back to pug and min pin. If I do try other avenues, I will always let you know what their lines are. Early on my pups matured between 6lbs and 12lbs. The further I go, the larger they become. The litters I have now will mature closer to 15lbs to 20lbs. (3/13)
Honey Bear is my first F3 Carlin that will be helping the breed along, when she is old enough. She will be at least 2 years old before I breed her. Looking forward to her pups in the summer of 2013.
Simon arrived in our home 6/12. He is a F2 Carlin and am excited to see what he will bring to my line. 3/2013 Simon now lives in Alaska. He will be helping further the breed along there.
Sharona arrived 7/12. She is a F3 Carlin. Her father is a F2 black and tan pup out of my April, her mother is a blue stag. She has a great build on her.
All of my dogs are UABR registered.
As you can tell from the pictures, everyone lives in the house with us. They provide a lot of entertainment.
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