Black Tricolour Female SOLD
Bramble is now SOLD
Bramble is a beautiful tiny Black AbstractLong Coat Female BieChi pup from a litter of BieChi pups born safely on 6th February to Beth, my Black Biewer Terrier. There are 5 pups in the litter, 2 girls and 3 boys.
Mother: Beth (Black Biewer Terrier 2.5kg)
Father: Jake (smooth Coat Parti Brindle Chihuahua 2.5kg)
Colour: Black Abstract
Viewing at my Home: Home or Video Viewings available
Ready to Leave: 22nd April '23
Age at Leaving: 11 Weeks Old
Expected Adult Weight: 2.5kg
Bramble has passed her first vet health check with flying colours
Bramble has a long coat like her Biewer Terrier mother. It will grow long if allowed to do so, in which case will require regular daily brushing, or she can be clipped into a short coat for easy mainenance. She is unlikely to cast and therefore should be good for asthma/allergy sufferers. She will require regular visits for clipping at the groomers and regular brushing at home to keep her coat mat free. Please contact me and I can provide pics of how I expect her to look as adult.
Status: SOLD. Please complete my Puppy Application Form if you would like to be considered for my waiting list
You can watch videos of Beths' pups growing up in my BieChi playlist here along with videos of many of my previous BieChi pups. If you Subscribe to my Channel and accept the Bell Notifications, you can watch the videos as soon as they are uploaded.
Before leaving me, your Pup will be:-
ABOUT THE BIECHI
The BieChi has a huge appetite for life, they love everybody and everything they set eyes on, life is one big bundle of fun and love, they tend to love all dogs that they meet, big or small, all people, big or small, other pets etc... they are just happy to be alive, they make fabulous companions and love snuggles. A BieChi may not grow any more than 2.5kg, they are a very small dog. The BieChi pup with mainly Biewer Terrier genetics will require regular grooming at the grooming parlour, as their coat is a single coat and grows constantly throughout their life, this is exactly the same as the true Biewer Terrier. They generally need to go for a clip at least once every 5-6 weeks. The good thing is that they do not moult like a Chihuahua, so less hairs to hoover up... If the pup has 50/50, or more chihuahua genetics in them than Biewer, they do have an undercoat and also longer hairs that do grow through also, although these longer hairs are slow growing so they don't require the same number of trips to the groomer, if at all. if they have more Chihuahua genetics than Biewer Terrier, they are likely to moult/shed their hairs just like a Chihuahua.
WHY? I breed the Chihuahua into the Biewer Terrier because I have been breeding the true Biewer Terrier for the past 10+ years now and the new borns are just so delicate and weak that many do not make it through the first week or two. It is a heartbreaking task breeding true Biewer Terriers, once they are past the danger time, they are fabulous pups, but the first couple of weeks at least can be so stressful and heartbreaking. Putting the chihuahua through them creates a more robust pup, they are much stronger and sturdy and far less delicate and less likely to "fade" within those first few critical days and weeks. The BieChi is just as beautiful as the true Biewer, same sizes and weights, (I have variety in sizes and weights in the true biewer and the BieChi). The main colour of the Biewer terrier is tricolour (mainly white with black patches and tan points), this can also come through in the Biechi. I also own (bred myself) black Biewer Terriers, which are stunning, and this can also come through in the Biechi. My chihuahua stud is brindle parti (mainly white with small brindle patches), so his colouring can also come through in the BieChi. The Biechi are very intelligent, as are both the Biewer Terrier and the Chihuahua. They learn quickly, but some can be a little stubborn and can develop selective hearing if they are too busy playing. They love to learn tricks aswell. They are very loving, great with all ages, fantastic companions, brilliant PAT therapy dogs, and have a huge zest for life. The Biewer terrier is very energetic, full of zing, loves everything and everybody, is very exciteable, and always on the go. The Chihuahua is slightly more reserved, can be a little shy or timid, not quite so good around strangers unless socialised well in depth, so put together the Biewer Terrier and the Chihuahua "The Biechi", is a good combination, they compliment each other fabulously, they are not quite as highly energetic as the Biewer, but not quite as retiring as the Chihuahua, they are a "happy medium". Some Biechi can have a coat identical to the Biewer which requires regular grooming and clipping, some have a coat which looks just like the Biewer Terrier but also has an undercoat like the Chihuahua, and have a coat which is is more wiry and grows very slowly, it has an undercoat which remains smooth and short, but then also has wiry feathers growing through which grow very slowly, so this type may well moult but does not need as much upkeep as the true Biewer Terrier. Some BieChi have a 50/50 coat, so they ave an undercaot like the Chihuahua, but a top coat which grows, but thankfully does grow slowly and rarely needs a clip.
My Priority is Health & Temperament for the Perfect Family Pet
I am a Professional, Qualified, Licensed & Registered Dog Breeder. My Affix is "SedgysMiniMe", and my Breeding Licence Reference is 001673 with Dumfries and Galloway Council.
I breed Toy Breed Dogs which are considered to be Hypoallergenic. If you are allergic to certain breeds of dogs, or think that you may be, please contact me for a chat. I am sympathetic to allergy/asthma sufferers as I am also afflicted. I am happy to provide a trial viewing to see how/if you react to your chosen breed, or to another of my breeds that may be better suited for you to avoid symptoms.
All of my pups are conceived, whelped & reared within my home, without exception, and with 24/7 care, many years experience and full veterinary support.
Below you will find pics of some of my previous Biechi pups. I have more available to show, along with pics of how many of them look now they are fully grown..