Club History and Values...
About the Biewer Terrier Club of America
Biewer Terrier Club of America
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Great News! The BTCA, Inc. is now licensed for Agility Competitions. We are planning our first Competition November 5, 2018 at the Bella Vista Training Center in Lewisberry, Pa. This will be an AKC All Breed and Mixed Breed Agility Trial. For more information contact our Companion Sport Chair Yolando Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org or (516) 623-9249. We are also on the calendar for June 17th, 2019 and November 4, 2019. If we aren't prepared by November to enter, we have a whole year to practice!! Come out and see the Biewer Terriers show off their talents.
July 9th, 2018 the AKC board approved the Biewer Terrier for advancement to the Miscellaneous class. The Biewer Terrier will officially move into Miscellaneous on July 3rd, 2019. This is a huge accomplishment for the breed and for the BTCA, Inc.
The new 4.0 has 6 individual tests in which to evaluate the dog, giving us more information to make a better analysis of whether we have a purebred or not. We take into consideration each test result and evaluate a dogs purity based on those results. Your dog may show inconclusive on one test and still be a purebred dog. For help contact email@example.com
About the Biewer Terrier Club of America...
Biewer Terrier Club of America, Inc. History
The BTCA was formed to educate the general public and breeders alike about the Biewer Terrier. We are also mindful about keeping America updated on the ever developing process a new breed goes through on its journey to full recognition as a purebred dog.
The diversity of our members is an asset to the club as some members have opted to train their dogs in the fields of service and therapy work, in addition to the show ring and breeding programs. The rewards reaped by such work are insurmountable. It is the obligation and responsibility of a breeder to put together a first rate and ethical breeding program. By studying the health issues, character traits and history associated with the Biewer Terrier, the ultimate goal is to produce the best quality puppies possible, doing everything possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection. The code of ethics and breeding rules are examples of what every good breeder does to ensure that you receive a happy, healthy, well-socialized puppy.
Not only is it the responsibility of the parent club to preserve and protect its breed, but to encourage and promote quality in breeding purebred Biewer Terriers and to do everything possible to preserve the integrity of the Biewer Terrier. As the parent club for the breed, the BTCA, Inc. does not take this responsibility lightly as we strive to better the breed by education of the Biewer Terrier standard, the only standard of distinction, approved by the AKC and Mrs. Biewer, the co-originator of the breed, and to see to the health and welfare of the breed. We can also achieve a better understanding of the possible health issues which may be associated with the Biewer Terrier and strive to alleviate them before they occur.
As we move forward, we will conduct specialty shows and performance events under the AKC guidelines, and encourage our members to show, as a testament to their hard work in developing the breed. As ambassadors of the BTCA and the Biewer Terrier, we will always display the behavior of a sportsman. We will assist with the organization of local Biewer Terrier clubs where there may be sufficient Biewer Terrier lovers to meet the requirements of the American Kennel Club (AKC) and the Biewer Terrier Club of America. Each year the BTCA will host Open Shows along with a National specialty, and will be hosting regional specialties to make it easier for our east coast and west coast members to attend.
The BTCA,Inc. has since been instrumental in helping the Biewer Terrier receive recognition with the Kennel Union of Southern Africa (KUSA);2010; the Confederação Brasileira de Cinofilia (CBKC) Brazil; 2012; the Bahamas Kennel Club (BKC); 2014; the American Kennel Club (AKC/FSS); 2014 and the United Kennel Club (UKC); 2016. The BTCA, Inc. continues assisting those countries working towards recognition for the Biewer Terrier as we all work together in developing a strong, healthy foundation for the breed.