The Biewer Terrier is a rare purebred dog created through the occurrence of a recessive piebald gene in two Yorkshire Terriers. These dogs are friendly, playful, and energetic, which are some of their best qualities. The Biewer Terrier, pronounced like “beaver,” are also known by the names Biewer à la Pom Pon, Biewer Yorkie, or Biewer Yorkshire. You may be able to find Biewer Terrier dogs at shelter and rescues, so remember to adopt! It’s always better than shopping! Since these energetic and lovable pups are small in stature, they are great for those who live in apartments or homes with or without backyards. They’re suited for a wide range of households from single and senior citizens to families with children. Biewer Terriers make great companion pets and they generally get along well with children and other pets, though they can be pretty active and have a tendency to be noisy, especially with strangers and dogs they don’t know.

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Key Vitals of Biewer Terrier Dog
Name Dog Breed Group Height Weight Life Span
Biewer Terrier Dog Terrier Dogs 7 to 11 inches 4 to 8 pounds 12 to 15 Years