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Welcome to our world!!!

We live in a small town on the Cumberland Plateau area of Tennessee.  Beautiful mountains, rolling hills with green pastures, lots of waterfalls and an abundance of wildlife of every kind.
We are within a few miles of Sgt. Alvin York's homestead.
If that is not enough, we are at the heart of the famous "Hwy 127 Longest Yard Sale" held every August

We were on a quest to find a dog for my brother when we discovered the Biewers.  It was love at first sight when we saw this wonderful and rare breed from Germany.  Right then we made the decision that we wanted to be involved in this wonderful breed. 

What wonderful family dogs they are!! So loving, loyal, intelligent, funny and easy going.  They have a way of changing your life.  Plus they are hypoallergenic with zero shedding. 

Our top priority was to produce quality Biewers that would help improve the breed as set by the breed standard. We are particularly interested in producing healthy beautiful puppies that can go into the show ring to win or into loving homes. 

A Furever Friend

WE love to talk about our dogs and upcoming litters, or just about the breed in general.

We welcome your call (931) 644 0662 or you can email us at [email protected]

If you are interested in purchasing one of our puppies, then we are interested in learning more about you and your family. 
We want to make sure our puppies are going to be loved as much as we love them and that the transition is easy going.  Our babies are very important to us.  

At American Biewers we guarantee our dogs and puppies are in excellent health and live in a home environment without cages or pens.  They are a member of our family and treated as such.

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Love of my life!!!
Retired !!!


Mr. Studly!!! 


Coming into his own!!!!


No longer a Wanna be!!!!


So proud to announce my latest love that has joined our family.


                         Thank you for visiting American Biewers!
The Biewers are a wonderful companion breed and I could talk about them all day long.  They make fabulous pets. They are loving, funny, loyal, smart, curious, happy dogs and they really bring so much joy to everyone that comes in contact with them.  I have enjoyed breeding these beautiful dogs and I cannot express how happy it makes me to meet such wonderful people along the way.  Should you be interested in one of my puppies, feel free to contact me and share a little about yourself and what you are looking for.   Share a short introduction and we will take it from there.  
                            BIG BOYS!!!!!!                                               The most overlooked puppy in the litter!!!
"Too big" - "Too heavy"- "Can't carry around" - "Won't fit under an airplane seat" - "Ears too big" - "Big feet," you say!!!!!
Actually, they are the pick of the litter!!  Big- dopey looking!!  They are the most devoted-- Most loving- funniest-- more eager to please--smart & easy to train- more to snuggle with -- more attached -- best with children-- loves long walks-- or treeing a squirrel-- most forgiving--the look in their eyes will  pierce your heart -- did I say the most devoted?????

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Call me -- phone 931 644 0662 and we will talk!!!
I will answer your questions and you can answer my questions.
It's called getting to know you personally--
I will want the above information about you.


Ball of Fur
Plenty of Love

Puppies Available
        For Sale

Delta and Chip's Litter
born 01/25/20
2 males and 2 females
H Litter   

Howard !!

Male #1

Hudson !!

Male #2

Hey Babe !!

Female #1


Heartbeat !!


Female #2

Gracie and Chip's Litter
born 01/27/20
1 male
"I" Litter   

Ima Cowboy !!


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All of my puppies are registered thru BBIR and  AKC/FSS 
They are:::
Vet checked
UTD on worming and shots
Lifetime Health guarantee contract against any genetic detrimental issues (Guarantee not transferable)
Personal delivery or meet half-way
available 24/7 for any of my puppies-Love talking with you about my puppies!!!
preferred retired-work at home-situations-
no cages-EVER!!!
Puppies born here in my home-not imported-



About The Breed

The Biewer, pronounced (Beeva), originated in Hunsruck, Germany in 1984.  Mr. and Mrs. Werner & Gertrude Biewer started the first Biewer through a recessive piebald gene occurance in their Yorkshire Terriers. Although Mr. Werner Biewer passed away in 1997, his legacy lives on through this exquisite rare breed.  

Biewer started with the master parents "Darling von Friedheck" and "Fru Fru von Friedheck".  Both dogs were blue and tan and were world youth winners in 1981 at Dortmund. Their marriage brought the first blue, white and golden Biewer, "Schneeflocken von Friedheck", born in January of 1984.  

Mr. Biewer continued breeding his colored Biewers to achieve their white bellies and four white legs. In 1989 the Biewer was accepted as it own breed with the ACH German e.V.  As we know them today, the Biewer  has enchanted us with their elegant coloring and disposition.  The head must have three colors; black or blue, white and gold in good symmetry. The belly, chest, legs and the tip of the tail is white. The tail is full. The back is blue or black with white in it. The hair is silky, not curly.  

The Biewer Standard

 (original standard of Mr. Biewer)

General Appearance
The hair should be shiny and fine like silk, straight and it should fall symmetrically on each side parting from the nose to the tail.  The dog should be compact and dainty.  The posture must be upright.  The outline should convey the impression of a powerful and proportional body.

Head and Skull

The head should be small and flat, shouldn't stand out too strongly or have a rounded skull nor should it have a long muzzle. Nosed is completely black.  The hair is long white,blue/black/gold and symmetrically colored.

Eyes should be medium sized, dark with a sharp intelligent expression looking straight ahead.  They shouldn't be bulging.  Rims should be dark color.

The ears should be small, V-shaped, upright, not wide set, covered with short hair.

Scissor bite or level bite is acceptable.

Front and Hind legs
Front legs should be absolutely straight covered with hair.
Hind legs should be rather straight, muscular and covered with hair.

Body and Tail
Body should be compact with a good level back. A full tail with plenty of hair, carried a little higher than the back. The tail is not to be cropped.

Paws should be as round as possible, with white hair.

The hair should be three quarters in length down the sides of the dog's body, long enough to reach the ground, absolutely straight and fine like silk without undercoat.

Head, Body and Chest Hair

The hair on the head should be three colors: white, gold, and black or blue, symmetrically colored.  The colors on the body should be predominately black or blue with white markings without any gold intermingled hairs. The stomach and leg hair should all be white.

Height and Weight
Height should not exceed 10 inches.  Weight should not exceed 7 pounds.

Faults of this breed are any and all differences within this breed standard. Protruding or pale eyes, pale nostrils, down or floppy ears, undershot or overshot bite and wavy or curly hair.


Biewer Terriers are relative newcomers to the canine world and to date have made a great impact on dog lovers.  These cute, small terriers much like their cousin the Yorkie are, however, predisposed to certain hereditary health disorders as well as few acquired conditions too.

The one health issue the breed is most prone to suffer from is a sensitive stomach, which means these little dogs need to be fed a well planned and carefully balanced diet to avoid upset tummies.  Below is a list of health disorders more commonly associated with the Biewer Terrier. 

This is a painful eye disorder where too many eyelashes grow around a dog's eyelid which typically sees two hairs growing out of the same follicle.  If left untreated, the dog's cornea becomes ulcerated which could end up causing permanent damage to their vision.  Early treatment is a must to prevent any damage being done.

Legge-Calve-Perthes Syndrome
Legg-Perthes disease affects the hip joint and is caused by an inadequate amount of blood reaching it.  This result in the dog's femur bone weakening and the end result is that it collapses due to the cartilage around the joint becoming malformed or cracked.  Clinical signs of a problem are quite obvious and include the following:
Pain and discomfort
Vets typically take X-rays to establish whether a dog is suffering from the condition before recommending the right sort of treatment or therapy.

Luxating Patella
This is a condition that affects a dog's kneecaps where the become dislocated or slightly out of position. 
Although it is a hereditary condition that Biewer Terriers often suffer from, trauma and injury can also cause Luxating Patella. If the condition is very severe, a vet would recommend surgery to correct the problem.

Portosystemic Shunt
A portosystemic shunt is a hereditary abnormality which affects the liver and blood.  In severe cases, blood flow totally bypasses the liver allowing it to flow through the entire body which results in the unfiltered blood poisoning vital organs, namely the heart, lungs, and brain. If you suspect your pet may be suffering from this condition, you should get them to the vet so a correct diagnosis can be made followed by the right treatment as soon as possible.

Hypoglycemia is a health issue that affects many toy breeds including the Biewer Terrier.  Puppies up to the age of 4 months old are more usually affected by the condition which is why it's important to watch out for any symptoms during the first few months of their lives.

However, older dogs too can develop hypoglycemia, although it is quite rare which is lucky because there are certain complications that can make the condition much harder to treat when dogs develop hypoglycemia later on in their lives.

Very young and smaller dogs tend to suffer from the condition if they are not fed at regular intervals throughout the day.

Just like quite a few other smaller terriers, the Biewer tends to retain their milk teeth which can lead to malocclusions.  This is when their adult teeth cannot break through correctly which results in teeth not sitting properly in a dog's mouth. 

Buying a Biewer Terrier Puppy
If you are thinking about a Biewer Terrier puppy, it's really important to contact a breeder who has a well-thought breeding program in place and who screens a; their dogs for hereditary or congenital disorders.  The problem is that some of the "bad genes" responsible for the many genetic disorders are capable of skipping several generations so there's never really a guarantee puppies won't suffer from any of them.

Good breeding programs do, however, reduce the chances of this happening which is why it's so important to contact a reputable breeder if you are thinking about getting a Biewer Terrier puppy.  

In general, the Biewer Terrier is a healthy little dog although, like their cousin in the Yorkie, they are predisposed to developing a few hereditary and acquired health issues which the owners need to know about.  The sooner a condition is diagnosed and treated, the faster a pet is made to feel more comfortable and as a general rule of thumb, the better the outcome tends to be for the dog.  However, not all Biewers develop any of the health issues listed above during the course of their lives.  The others thing to bear in mind is that no matter how well bred a dog might be, bad genes are able to skip several genr=rations so it's always worth knowing about them. 






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