ISSN 2398-2942  

Eurasier

i canis

Introduction

General information

  • Breed developed in the 1950s as a result of the work of Julius Wipfel in Germany.
  • FCI registered in 1973.
  • Immediate forebears are the Chow Chow and the German Wolfspitz with some input of Samoyed blood.
  • Meduim size and equable temperament makes the Eurasier very suitable as a family companion.
  • Reserved with strangers.
  • Requires permanent contact with its family.
  • Not suitable to be kept in kennels.
  • Require early socialization, and gentle yet consistent training.
  • Are double-coated, requiring regular grooming, and will shed at least once a year.

Biological Data

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