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Country of Origin, History of Biewers
Biewers get their name from Mr. and Mrs. Biewer, of Germany. In Jan, 1984 they first spotted a tri-color female puppy amongst a new born litter from their show champion Yorkies. This puppy, with the traditional Yorkie colors, had white color too. Her birth marked the beginning of the Biewer Terrier breed.
Initially they were called "German Yorkshire Terrier". They stated gaining popularity in Germany from 1986.
The first Biewer was shown in the US in 2003. Finally AKC accepted the Biewer breed in early 2021.
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A General Appearance of the Dog
The Biewer Terrier is an elegant, longhaired, toy dog. The coat parts down the middle, hanging straight and evenly on both sides of the body. The body length is slightly longer than the overall height. The tail is arched over the body like a ponytail. They have medium sized eyes with dark iris. They have small, upright ears on a slightly rounded skull.
The body coat color of the dog
is either white or blue-white or closely blue or
even black devoid of brown. The color of the chest
is pure white on the belly and the legs.
The tail is carried up.
Height: Up to 8.5 inches (22 cm.)
Weight: 7 pounds (3.1 kg.)
Temperament of the breed
The Biewer is a very energetic and lively dog, one that is perfectly oblivious of its tiny size. The dog is very loyal, brave and clever. They are great with children and also make excellent watchdogs.
These dogs can be very difficult to housebreak and can even get neurotic if over-protected.
But when trained intelligently, they are easy to train.
They are extremely suspicious of strangers and also of strange dogs and animals.
The breed is demanding and dependent and needs a lot of human attention.
Being a Toy breed, they are happy sitting in their owner’s lap and playing.
They are active and need to play and run about a lot to keep them in good shape.
Biewers don’t have any major health issues and as long as they are given the right amount of exercise and the right kind of food, they stay perfectly healthy.
Life Expectancy: 12-15 yrs.
Group: Toy / Companion Group
AKC Popularity Ranking: 24
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