Good For First-Time Owners?
Tolerates Being Alone?
Affectionate With Family?
Friendly Toward Other Dogs?
Friendly Toward Strangers?
Easy To Groom?
Prone To Obesity?
In the far 1940s, Julius Wipfel a German professor decided to create a new dog breed. Therefore, he crossed Chow Chow and German Spitz. His goal was to create the perfect spitz dog, today is known as Eurasier.
Julius had used the best examples of European and Asian stock in his program and created a breed that is spitz of medium size and great companion dog.
Eurasier is usually between 19 to 24 inches and not over 70 pounds. Covered with a thick and medium-long coat this dog comes in a variety of colors.
Due to their root in Chow Chow, this breed will always have purple tongues, pink tongues, or spotted tongues.
They can also have reverse masks, which refer to dark face masks. Overall, this breed is calm, gentle, intelligent, confident, and even-tempered.
Eurasiers will love being outside, but they will always be reserved toward strangers. They are relatively easy to train, which makes them suitable for first time dog owners, as long as they are prepared properly.
The Eurasier will always create a strong bond with his humans which is why you should think about never leaving this dog alone for too long.
Due to their sensitive nature, this breed is great at working as service dogs.
If you want a dog who will be excited to run inside the house and go on adventures with you, while providing great comfort in times of need, this breed is for you.