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Eurasier

The youngest European Spitz

Breed
FCI-5
Spitz and Primitive types
FCI
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Original Name : Eurasier

Type : Lupoid

Male size : 20½-23½ inches

Male weight : 50½-70½ lbs

Female size : 19-22 inches

Female weight : 39¾-57¼ lbs

Degree of grooming :

Countries of origin : Germany

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Proud, calm and well balanced, Eurasiers are vigilant companions that bark little and are not easily provoked. They grow very attached to their family, while remaining aloof with strangers, although they are in no way aggressive and totally lacking in any hunting instincts.

Head+

Harmonious, not too broad skull. Wedge-shaped viewed from above and the side.

lupoid

Body+

Solid, not too short, well defined withers, firm, straight back.

lupoid

Coat+

All colors and color combinations are acceptable, save pure white, white patches and brown.

lupoid

Ears+

Medium-sized, triangular, pricked.

lupoid

Tail+

Straight, round, firmly attached, good thickness, tapering to the tip.

lupoid

Hair+

Dense undercoat over the entire body, mid-length, loose-lying topcoat.

lupoid

In 1969, the crossing of a Chow Chow and a Wolf Spitz produced a new breed, which was given the name Wolf Chow. After subsequent crossbreeding with Samoyeds in 1973, the breed was recognized by the F.C.I. as the Eurasier.These Spitz-type dogs are of medium size and harmonious build, with pricked ears. Their coats come in various colors. The hair is of just the right length to reveal the proportions of a medium-boned body.

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If they are to realize their full development, Eurasiers require close, uninterrupted human contact in a family environment and sympathetic but rigorous consistent training.

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