We are located in northern Ontario, Canada🇨🇦
is a CKC registered Kennel
We are a member of the
Canadian Kennel Club (CKC)
Biewer Terrier Club of Canada (BTCC)
Biewer Terrier Club of America (BTCA)
The Biewer Terrier
The Biewer Terrier is an elegant, longhaired, dedicated, loyal family member and a friend to all it meets. It is not uncommon to be met with a smile from this happy-go-lucky dog.
With a larger than life personality, its lighthearted, childlike whimsical attitude, its only purpose in life is to love and be loved will keep you entertained for hours.
Carrying around a toy is not uncommon.
In spite of its small stature it is hearty and athletic, able to keep up with the best of them on long walks, hikes or competing in the agility ring... the length and activity level must be age appropriate of course.
What makes us different?
My husband and I enjoy our dogs living with us. We make sure that the puppies are raised right so that they are a delight to their new owners. Our Puppies are socialized, very friendly and cuddly.
The puppies will be started on toilet training before they go home (Pee Tray and outside...weather permitting).
HAPPY PUPPIES, HAPPY OWNERS!
Having dogs all of our lives is not quite enough, but we are constantly educating ourselves to be able to serve our dogs and puppies to their needs including birthing and nursing.
Our Dams and Sires are DNA and Health tested.
As a young woman I thought about breeding Yorkshire Terriers, but family life did not allow for it to happen. Over the years my passion for breeding hasn't faded so when I was able to I got these exquisite dogs from Europe to make my dream a reality with my husband’s help, and the world's best puppy sitters, my granddaughters.
Your puppy will come:
- AKC registered
- up to date immunized
- start in toilet training
- with a Starter Package
(details are under Accessories).
Each puppy/dog is different like us people and it's your responsibility to teach and watch over your puppy/dog and use common sense. If you don't know what or how to do something please contact your breeder or veterinarian and remember there is no stupid question.