Home made Biewer Terrier Food

The Truth About Dog Food

We always had dogs when I was a kid. They didn’t get kibbles to eat but we had canned dog food in the pantry and my mother would give them leftovers from what she cooked for us. Some foods with lots of onion or garlic were not allow for the dogs. Cooked chicken bones or desserts either. Our dogs were healthy, they lived to be 15+ years. Nowadays I hear […]

Read More
Rocky Mountain Biewer Terriers are health tested

Our Biewers are Health Tested and come with a 10 Year Health Guarantee

Thanks to DNA Health Testing we are able to test our dogs for known inherited diseases before they are bred.  It gives us the information required to make informed decisions in our breeding program and reduce the risk of the diseases and unwanted traits. Embark tests for genetic risk factors relevant to the Biewer Terrier and will screen for over 170+ genetic mutations linked to disease in other breeds. The […]

Read More
Tear Stain Powder

Doggone White PH Perfect Tear Stain Powder for your Biewer Terrier

Get it here Directions: One scoop = 1/8 teaspoon *Add to Drinking Water: Add one scoop into fresh drinking water daily; shake or stir until dissolved. If you notice staining fading away, continue using pH Perfect Powder to prevent future problems. *Make a Spray: Add one scoop into a spray bottle with 8 ounces of water. Spray over the entire body. For SEVERE CASES of Excessive Face and Body Stains: […]

Read More
Puppy Hair Gel

How to keep the puppy hair out of the eyes

Many Puppy owners have asked this question: “How do you keep the hair out of their eyes”, “Can my puppy see with all that hair”, “should I ask the groomer to shave the nose bridge?” I always recommend to not shave it off, because 4-6 weeks later you will have the exact same problem.  The hair grows back and will poke your puppies eyes and cause tears and stains. Just let […]

Read More
whelping boxes gardenbox

Whelping Boxes and Puppy Pens made of Garden Boxes

   Crate-Free Biewers (Biewer Terriers) The virtual tour of my home and dogs produced an overwhelming number of inquiries about how we created the facilities and the materials we used. This is a summary of how we designed and set up a system to raise healthy, crate-free Biewer Terriers. We are USDA and state PACFA licensed which means the dogs must be contained and sanitation requirements must be met. […]

Read More