Biewer Terrier
Gordon

Black & Tan Male AVAILABLE

Name: Gordon

Breed: Biewer Terrier
Colours: Black & Tan
DOB: 14/06/2022
Gender:  Male

Expected Adult Weight: 2.5 - 3kg

Price: £1,200
Deposit to secure: £200

Ready To Leave: 3rd September 2022

Status:  AVAILABLE

PUPPY APPLICATION FORM HERE


Gordon - Black & Tan Biewer Terrier Male

Mum is Lydia 

Dad is Denzil 

Both parents owned & bred by me

Pup will be

  • Fully Vaccinated before leaving me
  • Vet health checked twice
  • Microchipped
  • Insured for the first month with Petplan & Agria
  • Wormed properly from 3 weeks of age
  • Flea/Ear Mite protected with Veterinary prescribed products
  • Comprehensive Puppy Pack (Veterinary signed vaccination card, microchip transfer documents, insurance documents, Personalised Worming and Flea Protection Records, Personalised Diet sheet, Advice Sheets, Food Vouchers, Sealed bag of dry food, Food Puppy Pack, wet food pouches, blanket with scent of mother and siblings, favorite toy, and a few other extras for puppy enrichment

If you might be interested in one of these pups, please complete my PUPPY APPLICATION FORM HERE

The Biewer Terrier is a very petite dog (approx 2.5-3kg) and has a non moulting coat. They are fabulous companions for allergy/asthma sufferers as the Biewer Terrier is considered to be hypoallergenic.  They require regular brushing, bathing and trips to the groomer (approx. every 5-6 weeks) for clipping to keep their coat tidy and mat free.

The Biewer Terrier who has an amazing zest for life, and loves absolutely everybody and anybody that they meet. They are exceptionally sociable, happy, friendly, confident, energetic little dogs who just love to be alive. Their first year can be quite chaotic, they are little clowns and love to be the centre of attention. But they settle down and mature into the most amazing, loving, little lapdogs and also love to play, and go for walks and rambles. The Biewer Terrier is the perfect addition to a family household (not exceptionally young children due to the tiny size of the puppy) right through to single retired owners. They would be perfect Therapy dogs and are small and easy to maintain and transport and who also love walks and family days out etc...