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Above you will find the latest Biewer Yorkie puppies which we have for sale. At times we may only have a few Biewer Yorkie available so we do hope you check back soon to find and locate your new furry best friend! Should there not be any Biewer Yorkie puppy listings shown, please complete the form accordingly to register your interest in buying an Biewer Yorkie.

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Hello Ed, Yes all Is Well she eats well She is very nice and everyday a little more at home she begins to understand the French words it's a small wonder I like the sofa, !it's too much !!! until the next Photos Bye bye, Dominique, Dommartin Les Toul, France

Hello Eddie, Here are news about Tifany, she has one year and weighs 2 kg. she is very intelligent and obedient. It has already taken its first dip in the pool, she swims well, she is very playful and funny Her name is Tina,we love it. here is my picture Sincerely Dominique Chort

Hello Lasheika Thank you for your birthday wishes for Tilly Mignon (as she is now known). Attached are a couple of photos of Tilly. The second photo is Tilly with her new sister, Cleo. Best regards, Nicole and Tilly

Eddie,Luccais here and happy. He is adjusting very well to his new home.....He is VERY smart!!I took him to the vet Friday. He was in good health.Take care and thanks. We will be visiting you again in the future for Lucca's wife!!Hamilton and Melissa

Dominique Chort

Dommartin-lès-Toul, France

Dominique Chort

Dommartin Les Toul, France

the Weavers

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hamilton R. McWhorter

Brussels, Belgium

About Biewer Yorkie Breed

The Biewer Yorkie is a rare breed of toy dog that has long hair hanging quite straight down the side of its body. The breed was developed in 1984 due to a so-called Piebald genetic recessive gene, originating from 2 Yorkshire Terriers. It is seldom found outside of Germany, its country of origin, where it was bred.

The breed was first imported into the USA in 2003. The breed standard is that of a Yorkshire Terrier except for the coloring. The head must have three colors: black or blue, white, and gold in good symmetry. The belly, chest, legs, and the tip of the tail are white. The tail is full. The back is blue or black with white in it. The hair is silky, not curly.

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