Nation of Origin: The Biewer (articulated ‘Honey bee vair’), otherwise called the ‘Biewer Terrier’, ‘Biewer a la Pom Pon’, ‘Biewer Yorkshire Terrier’, ‘Biewer Yorkshire’, or ‘Biewer Yorkie’ is a variation of the Yorkshire Terrier. The Biewer started in Hunsruck, Germany in 1984 when Werner and Gertrude Biewer’s, grant winning blue and tan Yorkshires ‘Dear von Friedheck’ and ‘Fru von Friedheck’ bore a young doggie, named ‘Scneeflocken von Friedheck’, with a piebald coat (vast, uneven highly contrasting patches) because of quality change. The Biewers kept rearing their Yorkshires to accomplish four white legs, chest, gut and tip of the tail. The Biewer Yorkshire was perceived by the ACH in 1989 and first foreign to America in 2003. The Biewer Terrier Club of America, Inc. is the main American club upheld by the author of the Biewer Breed.
Estimate: The Biewer is 20-23 cm (8-9 in) tall and gauges 2-3 kg (4-7 lbs). Biewers have a little, level head, level or scissors chomp, dull, clever eyes, and little, very set, ‘V’- formed ears. They have a dimension back and tail conveyed high.
Coat: The Biewer has a long, straight, satiny coat. Its head can be a few shaded: dark/blue, gold white; dark/blue, gold, or gold, white in great symmetry. Biewers have a white underbelly, chest, legs and tail tip, and blue or highly contrasting back. The shading and surface of the coat are maybe the most vital show characteristic. Show hounds are prepped with the hair become out to 3/4 or full body length and separated down the center of the back. Biewers have no undercoat and shed nearly nothing.
Character: Biewers wind up appended to their families, yet most keep up some proportion of autonomy. The Biewer is exuberant, striking, and canny. It has an uncorrupt, perky identity that maintains the terrier breed. It barks when it detects peril.
Demeanor: The Biewer is tolerant of all kids given they regard their own space. Because of its little size and striking demeanor the Biewer isn’t suggested for youthful youngsters except if cautiously managed. The Biewer can at times be a bit too bold when managing bigger canines, however coexists fine with felines and other family pets. Biewers favor life inside, and are not suited to cold atmospheres.
Care: Show Biewers require serious brushing and brushing consistently and showering each couple weeks. Many are cut expertly. The Biewer’s hair ought to be kept out of its eyes by a latex band or a bow. Pet Biewers as a rule have a shorter ‘young doggie cut’ for less demanding support. For either trim, free hairs ought to be normally expelled from ear sections. Biewers have a life expectancy of 12-15 years. Biewer young doggies can be defenseless to hypoglycemia (analyzed by drowsy conduct and flimsiness). Biewers under 3 pounds are more qualified for grown-ups because of their minor size.
Preparing: The Biewer is wise and fit for adapting rapidly, yet some drag out the procedure with their free, obstinate nature.
Movement: The Biewer can have the vast majority of its needs met through indoor play, yet at the same time lean towards an every day walk or frolic in a fenced-in yard. Biewers are appropriate to condo life.
Biewer Puppies For Sale & Info