It is important to know that Eurasiers cannot be kept in kennels or as an outside dog. They need close contact to their families and human interaction. They are family dogs. Needless to say that they are good with children. It is not advisable to keep a Eurasier if you are working full time. He would not be happy if he had to stay at home all day by himself, maybe even crated.
Eurasiers do well with other dogs, cats, and small animals. They can adapt to apartments (if big enough), houses, or farms. Of course, they need their daily walks.
Eurasiers can excel in obedience training as long as the training stays playful and does not become too repetitive. Some Eurasiers really enjoy agility.
Eurasiers are double-coated. They shed their undercoat about twice a year. While, generally, brushing once a week is sufficient, during the shedding season it is recommended to brush them more frequently. Generally, baths are not necessary since Eurasiers do not have the common doggie odor. Baths are only required when the dog decided to roll in something that did not smell too pleasant.
The photo of Maja is courtesy of Barbara Post.