Biewer Terrier

Biewer Terrier

Biewer Terrier


The Biewer Terrier is also called the Biewer Yorkie, Biewer Yorkshire Terrier a la Pom Pon or the Biewer. This is a relatively new breed of toy terrier from Germany. They’re great with children and good companions for elderly people. They also love to go with their owners on trips away from home whether they’re on a leash or being carried. Most of the time they don’t understand how tiny they are so they love being around larger dogs.


Even though toy breeds don’t require a lot of space to run, even Biewer Terrier puppies that live in apartments need to be walked daily to keep from being overweight. A fenced in yard is great for them run around and play with children, but they should always be on leash because they’ll chase after anything they see including cars.


To keep the Biewer Terrier’s coat in shape, they need to be brushed daily. This keeps it from matting. They also need to be bathed regularly because of the density and length of their coat. The fur on top of their heads needs to be tied up on top so it won’t irritate their eyes.


Biewer Terrier puppies are good with children as well as being great pets for elderly people. They make great traveling companions because they love getting out away from home. They’re tiny but they don’t always realize it and love to be around larger dogs.


The coat of the Biewer Terrier is long, silky and straight. They only have a top coat. There’s long hair around their faces that is often trimmed or tied into a topknot. This keeps it out of their eyes. They are tricolored with body colors of black or blue and white. There’s no pattern or frequency to the colors. Colors of blue, white, black, gold, tan or any other combination can appear on the head. The pattern isn’t as important as color symmetry.


Biewer Terrier puppies are a toy breed with a huge personality. They love being the center of attention and will do anything to make that happen. These dogs may look aloof and fragile but they’re quite fearless and will posture against large dogs.


Biewer Terrier puppies are tiny but they have a shrill bark that will pierce your ears. These little dogs bark all the time and that can make them great watchdogs but neighbors may not enjoy them. You’ll need thick walls especially if living in an apartment. These are easy dogs to train but they can be stubborn if the owners don’t set boundaries for them. As long as the owners display pack leadership, the Biewer Terrier puppies will be quite sweet and loving. Socializing them at a young age also helps.