Biewer Terrier

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Size

Toy

Life span

15 Years

Weight

3.1 Kg

Group

Terrier Dogs

Biewer Terrier Overview

The Biewer Terrier originates from Germany and is known for being a brave soul. They're extremely loyal, adventurous, intelligent and brave. The Biewer Terrier shouldn't be underestimated as they're very energetic and love to spend their time outdoors.

The Biewer Terrier comes in a variety of colours white, blue and white, blue and black.

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Biewer Terrier Characteristics

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Size InformationChild Friendly
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History & Origin

The Biewer Terrier originated in Hunstruck, Germany back in the 1980s. 

Biewer Terrier Temperament

The Biewer Terrier has lots of energy and loves to play and receive affection from their loved ones. They love a cuddle and afternoon snuggle on their owner's laps. This wonderful dog breed loves to explore and go for long walks with their favourite people. 

They're very kind, deviated and loving, making this dog breed an excellent choice for a family with children. 

Training

The Biewer Terrier is an intelligent dog breed, although they can be stubborn which makes training difficult. Owners must be patient and training should be reward-based when they've done well. Consistency is key and training should start early. 

Grooming

The Biewer Terrier have long coats and considered to b hypoallergenic. Because of their size, their coat is quite easy to maintain and only requires minimal brushing. As with all dog breeds, they require regular cleaning of their laws, ears, and teeth. 


Health

The Biewer Terrier is considered to be a healthy dog breed but they are predisposed to a few health issues, which is why it is important to maintain good care. Some of the health conditions include:

  • Gastro problems
  • Dental issues
  • GI tract sensitivity

Exercise

The Biewer Terrier has high energy levels and therefore requires moderate levels of exercise and mental stimulation. daily exercise should be for a minimum of 40-60 minutes and plenty of time off their lead as possible. To prevent becoming bored, they require daily mental stimulation which can be provided through playtime or mental stimulating toys to play with. 

Children and other pets

The Biewer Terrier tends to get on very well with other children and pets. As they're a small dog breed, they can get injured rather easily and therefore children need to be taught early on how to play correctly and playtime needs to be supervised by an adult. They also get on very well with other pets provided they are socialised correctly from a young age. 

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