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Cair-Pin Breed Information

Cair-Pin

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Living with a Cair-Pin

Family Dog: The Cair-Pin is usually an outgoing and lovable dog but can be reserved and/or aloof at times.

Barking: The Cair-Pin doesn't seem to be a big barker.

Cair-Pin Appearance

Appearance: The Cair-Pin usually looks like shorter haired Cairn Terrier.

Size: The Cair-Pin can be up to 12 inches tall at the shoulder.

Eyes: The eyes of the Cair-Pin can be deep set like the Cairn Terrier's or mildly bulging like the Min Pin's.

Ears: The ears of the Cair-Pin always stand up though they usually fold at the tip.

Muzzle: The Cair-Pin has black around the muzzle like the Cairn Terrier.

Body: The body of the Cair-Pin can be short and small boned to bigger and stout with a sturdy build.

Feet: The feet of the Cair-Pin resemble those of the Cairn Terrier. The front paws can be larger in relation to the back paws.

Tail: The Cair-Pin has a long tail about the length of an uncropped Miniature Pinscher's.

Color: The coat of the Cair-Pin can be brown and mostly black or a variety of other colors. The Cair-Pin coat can be any color of a Cairn Terrier or Miniature Pinscher or combination of both.

Coat: The Cair-Pin can have a shorter coat or a longer coat ranging from the length of a fuzzier Min Pin to the longer hair of a Cairn Terrier.


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