Garrett has retired Marcus is taking his place. Marcus is 1 yrs old. He has a doll baby face. We do provide stud service on our property. We take payment in cash only. His Stud fee is $500.00, for more info please call 678-234-0660
Our Biewers have both International and Championship lines and Originate from the Original Biewer. Garrett has 7 champions in his line.
Wagg-N-Tails is conveniently located in Roswell, GA with quick access via Ga 400, in North Atlanta. We ship Worldwide, however, we interview over the phone first. We are an elite and knowledgeable establishment, specializing in home-raised puppies. From the finest purebred puppies to unique designer mixed breeds.
We specialize in toy, and small breed size puppies - We have purebred puppies that are registered with top kennel associations like IBC,AKC, ACA, CKC, NCA, UABR and APRI and include full pedigree papers. We have puppies ranging from Yorkshire Terriers, and Biewer Yorkshire Terrier a la Pom Pon. All of our puppies are healthy, happy and beautifully raised.
We accept Credit Card via Paypal from this site. You do not need a paypal account - please call Kathleen McCall if you have any questions. 678-234-0660
Size: The Biewer is 20-23 cm (8-9 in) tall and weighs 2-3 kg (4-7 lbs). Biewers have a small, flat head, level or scissors bite, dark, intelligent eyes, and small, highly set, ‘V’-shaped ears. They have a level back and tail carried high.
Coat: The Biewer has a long, straight, silky coat. Its head can be two or three-colored: black/blue, gold white; black/blue, gold, or gold, white in good symmetry. Biewers have a white underbelly, chest, legs and tail tip, and blue or black and white back. The color and texture of the coat are perhaps the most important show trait. Show dogs are groomed with the hair grown out to 3/4 or full body length and parted down the middle of the back. Biewers have no undercoat and shed little.
Character: Biewers become attached to their families, but most maintain some measure of independence. The Biewer is lively, bold, and intelligent. It has a childlike, playful personality that holds true to the terrier breed. It barks when it senses danger.
Temperament: The Biewer is tolerant of all children provided they respect their personal space. Due to its small size and bold temperament the Biewer is not recommended for young children unless carefully supervised. The Biewer can occasionally be a bit too brave when dealing with larger dogs, but gets along fine with cats and other household pets. Biewers prefer life indoors, and are not suited to cold climates.
Care: Show Biewers require intensive brushing and combing on a daily basis and bathing every couple weeks. Many are trimmed professionally. The Biewer’s hair should be kept out of its eyes by a latex band or a bow. Pet Biewers usually have a shorter ‘puppy cut’ for easier maintenance. For either cut, loose hairs should be regularly removed from ear passages. Biewers have a lifespan of 12-15 years. Biewer puppies can be susceptible to hypoglycemia (diagnosed by listless behavior and shakiness). Biewers under 3 pounds are better suited for adults due to their diminutive size.
Training: The Biewer is intelligent and capable of learning quickly, but some prolong the process with their independent, stubborn nature.
Activity: The Biewer can have most of its needs met through indoor play, but still prefers a daily walk or romp in a fenced-in yard. Biewers are well suited to apartment life.
Tincy one of my beloved Biewer
Yanni my Biro Male