How long has it been since I did a lesson on an actual dog breed that was very popular? I have been asked to make this tutorial on "how to draw a min pin" or Miniature Pinscher since forever. So many people requested this pooch for so long. I'm sorry I never uploaded the tut before, but sometimes it gets boring drawing dog breeds on a consistent basis. The min pin is actually another favorite small dog breed that you see walking on leashes, and being carried around in doggie bags. Min Pins are actually one of the more desired toy breeds that folks love because they are so small framed but very agile and sporty in a mini way. They resemble the Doberman Pinscher to a tee minus their size. Like a lot of small breed dogs, miniature pinscher's can also develop small dog syndrome, and become overly aggressive over their territory or homes, as well as over their owners. The best way to avoid these types of issues is to well socialize your min pin or other small or toy breed, as well as keep them treated like a dog instead of a baby. Many owners feel that they can baby their toy breeds because they are small or baby like. Their size is what makes people associate toy or small breeds with a small child or baby. Anyways, this lesson should be fun. Drawing a miniature pinscher is definitely going to be a fun experience. Adios people and enjoy!