The Biewer terrier
The Biewer terrier

Biewer Terrier

The Biewer terrier is a relatively young breed. The animal is also not that big. The Biewer terrier is a dog that you actually love right away. They are full of energy, cheerful and their cute appearance brings a smile to your face. The dogs are intelligent and can feel their owner very well. In addition, the dogs Extremely loyal to their owners. This makes the Biewer terrier a nice family dog.

The history of the Biewer terrier is somewhat remarkable. The founders of this breed are the Biewer couple. They had no children, but were skilled in breeding Yorkshire terriers. From these terriers the Biewer terrier was born. The dog has a different gene, so the colours of its coat are different. The first dog of this breed was named after the Biewers and got the catchy name: Biewer. Yorkshire Terrier. The puppy was sold to a German singer. She made the name of the puppy even longer and called him the Biewer Yorkshire Terrier a la Pom.

The Biewer terrier is a lively animal. He prefers running around with his toys, chasing a bird, or just watching what his master(s) are doing. The dog actually likes a lot, as long as it is with its owner. The dog gives a lot of love, but it also needs a lot of love. It is a cheerful dog that easily makes friends with strangers. Occasionally he will bark when a stranger comes by, but not in an annoying way. The dog is reasonably good with children. He loves to play and fool around. However, the Biewer should not get the impression that his toys are being taken away.

This dog does not need extensive training. It may be good to let it socialise well. Of course, every dog has to learn to listen. The Biewer terrier, however, is not that difficult. Apart from some naughty tricks, you will not have any trouble with him. The only thing that can be a challenge is to housebreak the animal.

Characteristics Biewer Terrier

Specifications Biewer Terrier

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