The Biewer Terrier Rescue Association is an alliance of dedicated Biewer Terrier rescue volunteers who share a deep love for the breed and who will work to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home Biewer Terriers in need, whether abandoned, lost, stray, or surrendered to rescue for placement. Many times our members may have adults that they are re-homing also.
As volunteers united in a common cause, we are committed to the care of these dogs in foster homes and providing for their physical and emotional needs. We are committed in our endeavor to help them with all the resources we have available.
We pledge to maintain a community of volunteers who treat each other, and the dogs they rescue, with respect, courtesy, kindness, and love. We will seek always to lend encouragement and to support one another, and to facilitate friendly collaboration and cooperation between our volunteers.
We believe that by building a supportive, dog-centered organization founded on respect, honesty, and integrity, we will always remain focused on the welfare of the Biewer Terriers entrusted to our care and hold their interests uppermost in our hearts and minds. If you would like to know more, please contact us. We’d love to hear from you.
How to train foxker? Foxker is very smart and eager to train, although sometimes foxker can be strong willed. Consistency, patience and adequate food rewards are the key to making training fun for you and your foxker.
How to train Labbe? Labbe is very active, so it needs to work with owners who can devote themselves to giving Labbe physical exercise, Labbe needs daily training.
Like all dogs, Poogle is prone to some health problems, such as obesity, tooth problems and ear infections.