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About Biewer Terrier

The Biewer Terrier breed is relatively new since it's not even half a century since its development. You will find this dog charming and funny. That is expected from a toy group dog, but there is more to learn. We have a Biewer Terrier for sale near me category for those needing a 'small comedian' in the house. As you book one today, here are some details you need to know. They will help you know the dog better and have some maintenance ideas at your fingertips.

The Biewer Terrier Overview


7-11 inches


4-8 pounds


Long and silky

Coat Color

A tri-color blend of black, blue, white, gold, and tan


Willful, friendly, and outgoing

Litter Size

3-4 puppies

Shedding Level



16 years

Biewer Terrier price

A puppy will cost you $2,000-$3,000. Highly trained ones may cost up to $4,500.


Since this breed has lasted briefly, even the development dates are well known. In 1984, on January 20th, Werner and Gertrud Biewer cross-bred two Yorkshire Terriers. These particular Terriers had piebald genes, and a Biewer was spotted after birth. It was easy for these breeding partners to spot the difference since they had bred the Yorkshires for twenty years.

The breeding happened in Germany, where the Biewer Terrier’s fame rose and dropped. It was later reignited after the introduction of this breed in America. In 2014, the Biewer Terrier, under AKC's supervision, entered the Foundation Stock Service before its recognition by the same club in 2021. It now belongs to the toy group. Many have either bought or participated in the Biewer Terrier rescue activities to have the dog's touch.

Other Names for the Biewer Terrier

First, you must note that Biewer is pronounced as 'beaver.' You will also hear the following names referring to this dog breed:

  • Biewer Yorkie
  • Biewer Yorkie Terrier
  • Biewer Yorkshire
  • Biewer Yorkshire Terrier à la Pom Pon (This name came from Margot Eskens, a famous German singer)
  • Biewer à la Pom Pon

Breeds Related to the Biewer Terrier

The following dog breeds share either the same characteristics or genes with the Biewer Terrier:

These dog breeds are also available for purchase in our ads. You can also have a look as you search for Biewer Terrier puppies for sale near me.


You will notice the Biewer Terrier possessing the following looks:

  • Eyes: They have almond-shaped or round eyes that suggest intelligence when the dog looks at you.
  • Ears: Biewers are small, upright, and v-shaped. They are also tidy since their smallness only attracts a little dirt.
  • Nose: It’s black and triangular in shape. It pops out of the dog’s hair cover, hence visible.
  • Coat length: The coat is long and flows from the spine to the feet. That gives the dog a neat look.
  • Tail: It’s highly set and arched over the back part. It also has its fair share of the hair.
  • Colors: The Biewer Terriers have tri-color combinations: black, blue, tan, white, and gold.
  • Weight: Both males and females have a weight range of 4 to 8 pounds.

Biewer Terrier Temperament

Biewer Terriers are generally happy dogs. That is why they suit those who want an in-house dog to relieve them of stress. You will also see the elderly homes having this type of breed. They are also energetic despite the Biewer Terrier size, and they need all the attention from the owners. You can cuddle them all day since they love staying on your lap. When they are free, you will find them playing.

They are relatively intelligent, but they also like doing what they feel. That makes training them challenging. These dogs have the terrier name but don't possess the same characteristics as other terriers. So, you will not find them digging or chasing other pets like the Cairn Terrier and others. What you may find annoying about this breed is their barking nature. A Biewer will bark at anything new as long as it’s alerting it.

They also take their time to get familiar with strangers, but once they do, they become friendly. This happy nature is what makes them unsuitable for watchdogs.

Taking Care of a Biewer Terrier

Training and Exercise

They love being with the owner, so they suit family settings. They are intelligent dogs, too, and that is why training them is easy and challenging at the same time. Potty training, however, takes a longer time before a Biewer grasps the concept. Like most dogs, training at the puppy stage is much better than dealing with a full-grown Biewer Terrier.

Due to their playful nature, these dogs exercise by themselves. So, whether you are playing with the dog or it’s chasing a ball in your living room, these are dogs that will be engaged whenever they feel the need to stretch. If you are fond of teaching the dog some new tricks, that will be much better to help keep them occupied. They also love going out. So, short walks in the park or that hallway will help them keep the happiness.


Feeding a Biewer requires nutritious food meant for a tiny and energized dog. You can treat it occasionally but don't overfeed it to prevent obesity. It’s also much better when you stick to a feeding schedule. Their gastrointestinal (GI) system is also quite sensitive, so you should stick to high-quality meals. If you have a Biewer Terrier puppy, it will require you to eat more often. However, the feeding times and quantity should be reduced as the dog grows. If you lack ideas, the vet near you can always help with the best recommendations.


These dogs have long coats that require regular brushing, if not daily. If you don't like doing it often, consider having a short hair Beiwer Terrier. The coat does not mat much, though, but if you have a dog with a softer coat, matting may occur. The long coat requires much brushing. You can, however, keep the hair brushing more effortless and minimal by engaging in Biewer Terrier haircuts.

Due to the coat’s nature, a Biewer requires quality brushing tools. Bathing can be occasional, but quality products should be in use when it's time. Keep the nails short using the right clippers, and also check the ears for any wax and dirt buildup. Other acts here can include teeth brushing once or twice a week. Grooming is the best way to bond with this dog, and it's advisable to start when the dog is young.

Biewer Terrier Health Issues

This is one of the dogs that can live for the longest time – up to 16 years. It can, however, face the following health issues in the course of its living.

  • Congestive heart failure: The heart cannot pump enough blood to the rest of the body. The dog tires frequently, or you will see it not playing as often as it should.
  • Dental disease: When tartar builds up, it affects the gum, which transfers the problem to the roots. The Biewer Terrier will later lose the teeth, which can also cause problems in other body parts such as the liver and kidney.
  • Luxating patella: The knee, at times, slips out of place. This condition can resume normalcy independently, although a severe case will require surgery.
  • Portosystemic shunt: This is a problem shared with the Yorkies, too. Blood vessels bypass the liver, and that causes problems such as stunted growth.
  • Legg-calve-perthes syndrome: The femur's head begins to degenerate, and that is when you see the dog limping. A severe case may call for surgery.

Beiwer Terrier Suitability

The benefits and flaws of owning this dog include the following:


  • It’s a playful dog that will keep you happy
  • It’s loyal and loves company
  • It's intelligent, therefore, reasonably easy to train
  • It’s warm to visitors after a short time


  • Requires regular hair brushing
  • Potty training takes time

Where to Find a Biewer Terrier

If you would like a Biewer Terrier puppy for sale, we have them on the ads at the top. It's relatively easy to find one since several breeders are available here. A puppy will cost you $2,000-$3,000. Highly trained ones may cost up to $4,500. The Biewer Terrier price is high since the litter size is minimal. So, there may be many breeders, but each one will have a few Biewers to sell. Other ways to own this breed include Biewer Terrier adoption and rescue. If that’s your route, expect the dog to be cheaper.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do you pronounce the word ‘Biewer’?

The pronunciation is ‘Bee-vehr,' the same as 'beaver.' Biewer is a German name that belongs to the first Biewer Terrier breeders – a German couple.

2. How do you differentiate a Biewer from a Yorkie?

The major difference between the two breeds is the coat color. Biewers have three colors, and white is one of them. Yorkies have two colors: blue or black and gold or tan.  

3. What is a Biewer Terrier good for?

The primary purpose of a Biewer Terrier is to company and to keep the owner happy. They can alert you when a visitor arrives, but they don't qualify to be watchdogs. Their charming attitude suits family, lonely people, and older adults.

4. Do Biewer Terriers bark a lot?

Biewer Terriers will bark at anything new. They may be quiet for some time, but they bark when excited or angry at a visitor or if you bring something exciting.

5. Are Biewer Terriers heavy shedders?

Despite the long hair, this breed does not shed much. This is a characteristic that makes a Biewer Terrier hypoallergenic.

Wrapping Up

Owning a Biewer Terrier will bring joy to your life and those around you. It’s a charming dog that is loyal and exciting to interact with and watch. If you would like to gift it to someone or buy it for companionship, there is a Biewer Terrier for sale near me advertisement at the top of the page. Our Biewer Terrier breeders are reachable, and they aid in fastening the purchase and delivery process. So, don't shy away from getting a dog that will keep your happiness alive.