We are currently searching diligently for just the right girl(s) to add to our show/breeding program. Check back periodically for news of our new additions, anticipating hopefully in the fall 2020!
Heartland's Hopes and Dreams
~ Hope ~
A very special girl born on May 29, 2016, Hope is the first pup from my own breeding, that I decided to keep to add to my show & breeding program. Right from the start, I love her markings, her head coloring, and as she progressed in her first 12 weeks, her size seemed to be charting right where I wanted her to be. Her show career was short as she did not seem to enjoy the hustle and bustle of the travel and noises at the shows, but she did "show" that she had the right stuff, earning 4 CM points in the few shows she did take part in. At about 7 1/2 lbs, Hope has grown up tall and lean as an adult just like her mom, as well as an attentive mama to the two littlers of pretty puppies she raised before being retired.
Cameron of Biewer Terriers of Brookwood (RETIRED)
~ Camie ~
Born in October 2012, Camie joined our family in January 2013. Her rich deep coloring caught my eye from the start and as she matured into the beauty I knew she would be, the urge to show this wonderful breed grew in me. After taking a few conformation classes with her and then showing her in an AKC sanctioned fun match in Fremont, NE., I loved it & knew I wanted to do more. That would come later.....
Camie gave us three beautiful litters of puppies before being retired from breeding. Keeping her in the family, Camie is loving the life of retirement living with one of my sisters who is also retired. It was a match made in heaven and I couldn't be happier for both of them.
Christa of Biewer Terriers of Brookwood (RETIRED)
~ Hannah ~
Our beautiful Hannah, our first and the foundation of our show/breeding program, is retired and living the life of leisure that she so deserves with a great family that has other furry family members as well as adult children with pets that come to visit often. Retiring my adults is very difficult, so finding them the perfect forever family is at the top of my list. They do not leave here until I am totally comfortable with their prospective new family. In her new home, Hannah is loved, well cared for, and has plenty of furry friends to keep her company just as she did when she was here. She is happy.....................so I am happy.