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|04-07-2006, 10:16 PM||#1|
Mom to 6 Beautiful Furkids
Join Date: Apr 2006
Biewer and parti yorkies
Hello all! I am new to yorkie talk. I have a beautiful baby boy yorkie. He is only 3 months old and his ears just came up and he looks so adorable. I was doing so reading on biewer yorkies and parti yorkies. So are parti yorkies and biewer yorkies the same? I know biewer yorkies are registered, but are parti yorkies considered an actual breed? Another question I have is, can you breed a parti yorkie or even a biewer yorkie to a regular yorkie. And if you did, what would the puppies be considered, would they be considered a mixed breed or a biewer, parti, or regular yorkie? In addition, could you have the puppies registered? The biewer and parti yorkie are both new to me so I am just curious and would like someone's insite to these questions.
|04-07-2006, 10:31 PM||#2|
No Longer a Member
Join Date: Jul 2005
Parti yorkies can be registered with the AKC. Biewers can't. Biewers have to have four white legs and partis must have three colors. Parti tails are docked like the traditional yorkie as we know it but biewer are full tail. Biewers have their origins in Germany partis I have no clue. SOme are even wanting to consider the Biewers a breed of its own all to gether. Hope this helps. BIewers can be registered here in the USA I believe only under the a certain registry. This is all I can share for now as I don't know the whole scoop myself.
|04-07-2006, 11:01 PM||#3|
Gus Is The Fuss
Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: New Jersey
Welcome to YT. Yorkietalk has a sister site www.biewertalk.com if you want to check it out.
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