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Biewer Terrier

Biewer Terrier

The Beiwer Terrier is one of the smallest Terriers within the Toy Group, only 7-8 inches tall and typically less than 8 pounds. In spite of the small size, the Beiwer is known as a robust and athletic dog.

About this Breed

The Biewer Terrier is a close cousin of the Yorkshire Terrier and there is much speculation as to the heritage of the breed. Mr. and Mrs. Biewer, long time established Yorkie breeders, identified a small blue, white, and gold puppy in 1984 and started what is known today as the Beiwer Terrier breed.

Introduced to America in 2003 and formally identified as purebred in 2007, the Biewer Terrier Registry of America was officially formed and continues to advocate for the small terrier. In 2014, the AKC recorded the breed in the Foundation Stock Service and the Biewer Terrier is fast becoming popular for their pleasant temperaments, small size, and striking coat color.

The Beiwer (pronounced like “beware” but with a V – “bee vare”) is one of the smallest Terriers within the Toy Group, only 7-8 inches tall and typically less than 8 pounds. In spite of the small size, the Beiwer is known as a robust and athletic dog and an excellent hunter of vermin. Beiwers are always tricolor, white, black, and gold.

The Beiwer Terrier is described as a dedicated, loyal family member, with a charming and puppy-like attitude into adulthood. While friendly with strangers, the Beiwer will alert owners of any company without excessive barking.

Biewers generally do well with a moderate amount of exercise such as a daily walk and play time. While they shed infrequently, it is recommended that they be groomed weekly for the best coat condition. Considered overall good with children and other pets, the Biewer Terrier is an excellent companion as well as a stylish show dog.

Height

Male: 7-8in

Female: 6-7in

Weight

Male: 6-7lb

Female: 5-6lb

Fun Fact

The Biewer Terrier was the first breed to be established as a purebred through scientific data rather than pedigree data recorded in stud books.

Favorite Names

For Males

  1. Milo
  2. Murphy
  3. Chance
  4. Rocket
  5. Archie
  6. Asher
  7. Aiden
  8. Axel
  9. Archer
  10. Aspen

For Females

  1. Mia
  2. Bella
  3. Wendy
  4. Paisley
  5. Rocky Mountain's Miss June
  6. Sophie
  7. Baby
  8. Freida
  9. Piper
  10. Zoe

Common Locations

  1. Texas, United States
  2. California, United States
  3. Florida, United States
  4. Russia
  5. Washington, United States
  6. Illinois, United States
  7. Colorado, United States
  8. Ukraine
  9. North Carolina, United States
  10. Poland

Biewer Terriers on Embark

Explore some Embark dogs that share Biewer Terrier ancestry.

  • Nash

    Nash

    Purebred

    Petra

    Petra

    Purebred

    Reefer

    Reefer

    Purebred

    Wendy

    Wendy

    Purebred

  • Milo

    Milo

    Purebred

    Gabbi

    Gabbi

    Purebred

    (Princess) Leia

    (Princess) Leia

    Purebred

    Emilya

    Emilya

    Purebred

  • Coco

    Coco

    Purebred

    Moose

    Moose

    Purebred

    Abigail (Abby)

    Abigail (Abby)

    Purebred

    Yusi

    Yusi

    Purebred

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