The Biewer Terrier is a very modern breed, developed in Germany in the early 1980s. DNA tests can be done through the Biewer Terrier Club of South Africa to protect the integrity of the breed. The breed is gaining swift popularity in South Africa. The coat is white or blue-white broken or closely blue, absolute or black, without colouring. The belly and legs are white and the head should be white, blue or gold and symmetrically coloured.
Temperament: An energetic, loyal and brave dog. The Biewer Terrier is a self-confident dog who gets on well with other dogs.
Lifestyle: Suited to apartment or townhouse living. An active, alert breed who makes a great little watchdog.
General care: Body hair hangs evenly and straight down. The straight hair grows long enough to reach the ground. The coat is shiny, fine and silky. There is no undercoat. He needs a fair amount of grooming to keep his coat in good condition.
Exercise: A daily walk and/or play in the garden is adequate exercise for the Biewer.