The Biewer Terrier is a relatively new breed, derived from the Yorkshire Terrier. In 1984, the first Biewer was born from Yorkshire Terrier parents. This puppy was blue, white, and gold in color and became one of the foundation stock dogs for the Biewer Terrier. The American Kennel Club has recently begun registering parti-colored Yorkshire Terriers, however, the Biewer Terrier was already established and is considered to be a completely separate breed now. The Biewer Terrier is a rare breed and finding one may be a little difficult. However, once you have located your new puppy, the fun really begins. Finding the perfect name for your bundle of joy should not be stressful! Take your time and try out a few before your new puppy arrives home.
Biewer Terrier Dog Names In Pop Culture
Rocky Mountain’s Sir Remington or Remi for short has been making waves at American Kennel Club shows that feature FSS breeds. Remi began his show career on October 1, 2017. During this cluster of five shows, Remi won best of breed at all five shows. Remi went on to the AKC FSS Open dog show at the Westchester Kennel Club in New Jersey for four shows. He won best of breed at all four shows; these wins gave Remi the needed points for his Certificate of Merit. A Certificate of Merit is equivalent to a recognized AKC breed’s Certificate of Championship. This beautiful Biewer Terrier was shown at the AKC FF/Open dog show in Nebraska on October 22, 2017 and he not only won best of breed, Remi also took home the top honor, Best in Show at the AKC FSS. Remi also competed against the winners of the Open show and won Best in Show of the whole AKC Open show. His owners, Michele Kathol Lyons and Lynn Meyer of Rocky Mountain Biewer Terriers, were thrilled with how well Remi was doing in the conformation show ring. Lyons is the breeder of Triple Crown Pomeranians, breeding for several years and producing several top-winning Pomeranians. Meyer is the breeder of Dzine Tibetan Terriers and also has produced multiple top-winning Tibetan Terriers. These two teamed up when they both discovered a love for the Biewer Terriers.
The IABCA or International All Breed Canine Association with the International Dog Shows was the first venue that allowed the Biewer to enter in June 2003. There were two Biewers entered, a female named Delux and a male named Decoration. These two Biewers were imported into the United States from Germany. Decoration was the first German-bred Biewer to win a championship in the United States. He was also the first Biewer to win Best in Show. Another Biewer named Quigi came onto the IABCA scene and stole the show. He quickly became a star and held the most Best in Show wins by a Biewer for several years. Since then, there have been numerous Biewers that have competed at the IABCA sanctioned shows throughout the United States and Canada. After the IABCA accepted the Biewer Terrier, the North American Kennel Club (NAKC) also allowed the Biewer to be shown in the Rarities class at their sanctioned events. The first Biewer Terrier National Specialty was hosted by the Biewer Club of America in 2004. A lovely, predominantly white female named Diana won best of breed at the first Biewer Terrier National Specialty.
Biewer Terrier Dog Name Considerations
The Biewer Terrier is a small dog with a big attitude. They love their family and are loyal, happy dogs. However, just like the Yorkshire Terrier, the Biewer Terrier can be a yappy little dog. When thinking about adding a Biewer Terrier to your family, you will need to research breeders that offer puppies. Since the Biewer Terrier is considered a rare breed, you may have to search for a puppy. After locating a puppy to add to your family, it will be time to find the right name for the little one. Since the Biewer Terrier originated in Germany, a cute German name such as Chuckie, Peppin, Fonzi, Pippi or Mattie might be perfect. Even though the Biewer Terrier is a small dog, they have a big heart so a name such as Lenny, which means brave like a lion or Emery which means brave and bold leader, may be good choices. Little girls can be just as big-hearted as little boys, therefore, naming your new Biewer Terrier Hattie, meaning lord of the manor, might be appropriate. Then there are name choices that refer to your dog’s appearance such as Rosine, meaning woman who is like a rose. No matter what name you pick for your Biewer Terrier, you can be assured that your new puppy with bring joy into your home.