Eurasier

Non-Sporting Group – AKC Foundation Stock Service (FSS)
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Photos courtesy of  Leggocy Eurasiers

The Eurasier was entered into the FSS program in 2008.  It is a spitz breed of dog, calm and even-tempered. Reserved toward strangers the remain watchful and alert without being timid or aggressive. Eurasiers form a strong link to their families and needs constant close contact with the family.  They are extremely sensitive to harsh words or discipline and respond best to soft reprimand, a fact well remembered during training.  Training should always be done through family members, not through strangers or handlers.  They rarely bark without good reason.  Don’t restrict the dog to a yard, kennel, crate, or chained up as they would pine and become depressed.  Their sole purpose in life is to be a family pet.

Notice
Average Height(“‘s)
Average Weight (#’s)
Personality
Coat
Grooming
Notes for owners
The height and weight are given from the lowest for a female to the highest for a male.
16-24
40-70
Even-tempered, good natured.  Reserved with strangers.
Short and thick Regular brushing Must be part of the household.

Relevant Web Sites

 

AKC Breed Profile

United States Eurasier Club

Eurasier Club of Canada


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