Biewers are a familiar breed in Germany and many European countries but still a relatively new breed here in north America. In Canada they are not considered a pure bred dog by the authorities as they cannot be registered in this country.
We are a member of the German Biewer Club and we send a record all of our offspring in Germany!
It is a Terrier, but it's standard for colours is different than a standard Yorkie. That is why they are call them the Biewer Yorkshire Terrier a la Pom Pon. They have a breed name of their own. They have their very own standards and those standards must be correct in order for these dogs to be recognized in Germany. Like a Yorkie, they do not shed. They have the closest to human hair.
I must say that they are amazing dogs. They are very similar to the temperament of the Yorkshire Terrier.
Only Biewers that originated in Germany are true Biewers. Many people mix Yorkies and Maltese together, but they are Morkies, not Biewers.
The Biewer breed originated in 1983 and was the result of the breeding of two standard Yorkies. A piebald gene was present in one of these Yorkies and the first Biewer was born. Subsequent breeding of the original Biewer to other generations of Biewers eventually resulted in a breed with definite standards.
The original parents are shown below.
Fru-Fru of Friedheck
Darling of Friedheck
They are still considered a rare breed and are fairly difficult to come by.
They are loving, loyal, non shedding dogs. I have found them to be intelligent and very calm and they love everyone and everything!
I just cannot say enough about them. So far we are very pleased with the quality and temperament of all of our Biewer dogs!
We love our dogs, they live in the house with us, have their own room and are a part of our family!
We will sell our puppies with open registration if they are of breeding size, but the male and the female must be purchased from people that we know have the true Biewers.
People who want to breed ask to be on our list and we let them know when we have something available. We would hate to see these dogs be bred with Yorkies or end up in the hands of puppy mill people, so we will be very careful as to whom we sell these dogs to.
Many of you may be wondering about the price. This is one of the rarest dog breeds in America and the price is considerably higher than a standard Yorkie. The Biewer sells in the range of $1000.00 to $2500.00 as a pet and more if used for breeding.
There are a number of considerations in how we price the puppy. It depends on the markings on the body, the lineage of the parents, the estimated adult size, etc.
TO VIEW THE BIEWER STANDARDS PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK: Biewer A La Pom Pon
TO VIEW THE BIRO BIEWER STANDARDS PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK: Biro
TO VIEW THE GOLDDUST BIEWER STANDARDS PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK: Golddust
I hope this information has helped you! If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to ask and if I can answer, I will surely do so!
You can call me if you like at 613-538-4577. I would be happy to answer any questions that you have and also put you on a reservation list if you are interested!
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