My name is Prissy!

Miniature Pinscher Mix Dog for adoption in Pelzer, South Carolina - Prissy
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Internet Miniature Pinscher Service - Carolinas

Facts about Prissy

  • Breed: Miniature Pinscher Mix
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 27670
Prissy is an 11 yr old cute, sweet black & tan girl that is housebroken. Prissy is spayed, up to date on shots, micro-chipped and has natural ears and long tail. She loves to be outside to sun, loves car rides and crate trained. Currently Prissy is about 4 lbs overweight but she is losing her weight slowly. She wants to be the center of attention so she would do best as an only dog.
If you are looking for a great lap dog, Prissy is the one! She will eat up all the attention you will give her!
Prissy is located in Jamestown, SC.
If you are interested in Prissy, please ask for her on your application!
"I am an elite member of the IMPS oldie but goodie club.
IMPS Tag: 27670

About Internet Miniature Pinscher Service - Carolinas

About Our Rescue Group...

The Internet Miniature Pinscher Service, Inc. (IMPS)mission is to improve the lives of homeless and abandoned Miniature Pinschers through rescue and the love and respect that comes with humane care, compassion and kindness. IMPS was formed in July of 1998 with the rescue and adoption of Lister through the Miniature Pinscher e-mail group at

IMPS attempts to assist Miniature Pinschers in need by providing foster care, transport, adoptive homes, veterinary care, and other services and information for the well-being of Miniature Pinschers.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are internet-based, and do nearly all communication thru email, home visits, and one-on-one meet-and-greets between potential adopters and the dog they are interested in adopting.

Our Adoption Process...

All Miniature Pinschers placed through IMPS will be spayed or neutered prior to placement, have proof of appropriate vaccinations, and have been thoroughly evaluated by a breed representative for temperament and training needs.

All potential adopters complete an adoption application, and will undergo a vet reference check, personal reference check, and home screening. Discussion with the foster family is essential to finding the best match for both the dog and you. Always ask about habits, both good and bad.

IMPS requires reimbursement of all necessary veterinary costs. A small additional donation is requested with each adoption so that we may continue to care for chronically ill and/or severely injured foster dogs. Travel costs are borne by the adopter. In all cases, any expenses related to the adoption will be agreed upon prior to placement.