Social Media Maven Pilar Kuhn talks with Robin Nuttall today about the performance dogs she’s competed with since 1981. “I don’t like fur” is how Robin describes her fondness for the Dobermans and Miniature Pinschers she’s titled through the years. Listen in as Robin talks about the support she’s been receiving from fellow competitors for Barn Hunt, a new sport she’s developed that gives any dog a chance to join the rat race.
“The King of the Toys” is the title given to the tiny tyrant known as the Miniature Pinscher. In today’s Breeder Buzzwords, the little monarch with the big personality is profiled as the animated royal with the fancy footwork. Find out how the Min Pin’s high energy and high style make it one Toy that doesn’t need batteries.
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Robin Nuttall Podcast with Pilar
By Pilar Kuhn
Social Media Maven Pilar Kuhn speaks with Robin Nuttall about showing, training and titling her dogs in a wide variety of performance events. Her latest interest is called Barn Hunt, a new sport she’s developed that tests any dog’s instinct to locate quarry above ground in a barn-like setting. Robin will be contributing articles for Best In Show Daily on various performance events, so we wanted you to get to know her a bit.
Breeder Buzzwords – The Miniature Pinscher
By Dan Sayers
When it comes to our canine companions, a dog’s physical size and its sense of self can often seem disproportionate.
Large dogs are often gentle giants, content to go through life as living, breathing throw rugs. On the other hand, small dogs with no shortage of self-esteem often manage to govern everyone around them with absolute authority. They simply impose their rule through sheer force of will. more