Biewer York

Standard of Biewer Yorkshire a la Pom Pon

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Last Updated on Sunday, 01 August 2010 09:16 Written by admin Saturday, 05 June 2010 15:12



Origin : Germany
Date of publication of the original valid standard : 02.11.2007.
Utilization : Toy terrier.

WITHOUT CLASSIFICATION F.C.I.

General Appearance : That of a long-haired toy terrier whose hair hangs evenly and straight down each side of the body, and flat, the base of the skull to the end of the tail. The animal should be very compact and neat. The tail should be carried up. The outlines should give the impression of a powerful and well proportioned body.

Behaviour and temperament : A delightful, alert, cheerful, intelligent and self-confident dog.

Head and Skull: The head should be rather small and flat, not too proportionate round in the skull, not the muzzle too long. The hair on the head is long with colours: white, blue, gold, symmetrically coloured.

Eyes : Medium size, dark and sparkling with a sharp intelligent expression and placed in a way that they look straight. They shall not be prominent and the eye rims should be of a dark colour.

Ears : Small V-shaped ears, that are carried erect, and set not too far apart, covered with a short hair.

Teeth : The teeth should be all the same. Either a scissor bite or a level bite is acceptable. Premolar faults are tolerated.

Nose : An absolute black nose.

Body : Very compact with well formed hips and a level back line.

Tail : A complete tail with lots of hair, carried slightly higher than the level of the back.
LIMBS

Forelegs : The legs should be totally straight, well covered with hair.

Hindlegs : Legs rather straight, well muscled and well covered with hair. 

Feet : As rounded as possible, with toenails being white or black. 

Coat : The hair on the body has a length ¾ down the sides of the dog, or long enough to reach the ground, and is absolutely straight (not woolly), shiny like silk and of fine silky texture, without an undercoat.
COLOUR

Head : White-blue-gold, symmetrically coloured.

Body : Blue-white broken or closely blue with a white jabot, without golden colouring on the body. Hair on the breast, on the belly and the legs pure white. 

Height & Weight : up to 22 cm (8,66 inches) and abt 3,1 kg (6.83 pounds).

Faults : Any and all difference within this breed standard.
Light coloured eyes and rims.
Light coloured nostrils.
Any ear that is not erect.
An over or undershot bite.
Wavy or curly hair.

N.B.: Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotu


   

History of breed

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 October 2010 20:46 Written by admin Saturday, 05 June 2010 15:12



What is Biewer York and where it came from? 

The first Biewer Yorkshire a la Pom Pon were withdrawn in Hunsruk in Germany in 1984, Mr. and Mrs. Werner and Gertrude Biewer.
The first Biewer was obtained from the standard Yorkshire Terrier because two dogs have recessive gene.
From their union was the first blue-white-golden girl Shneefloken von Fridhek ("Snowflake"), born in January 1984. Later, Mr Biewer continued to work on their multi-colored Yorkies to consolidate white belly and paws. 
Once during dinner, husband German singer Margo Eskens gave his wife on a platter as a gift, puppy Biewer York.
This fact is a historic one for the breed, as the main title was the phrase «a la Pom Pon», which translated from French means «ball of yarn».
In 1989, Biewer Yorkshire have been registered as its own breed of charity ACH German eV And although Mr. Biewer is dead, a new breed of connoisseurs continue his work.
Currently in Germany there is an International club rocks Biewer.
Members of this club shall undertake to adhere to a standard that was set by Mr. Biewer.

Unfortunately, at this moment, this new, charming breed is not recognized as a separate breed in the FCI, but already has its fans, and I hope that it will soon take its place in FCI.














 

 

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