Thank you for visiting our website. We would like to give you information on the Eurasier breed in general as well as personal information on our own dogs. The Eurasier is still a very young breed and stems from my home country Germany. We hope to be able to convey the special philosophy behind the Eurasier breed.


The Eurasier is a medium-size dog with medium bone structure and a thick medium long coat which comes in beautiful shades of red, red and tan, wolf-grey, pure black, and black with markings. Eurasiers are not bred for colors, though.The Eurasier is confident, calm, well-balanced and has a high tolerance level. He is a good watch dog but does not bark incessantly. He is loyal to the entire family but is reserved towards strangers. The Eurasier has no hunting instinct.The Eurasier will only develop these excellent qualities if he is allowed to live in close contact with his family. He is not suited to be housed in a kennel or to be tied up outside. He needs to be trained with love and consistency and should not be trained by somebody else but his master. He is not suitable to become a working dog. Currently there are about 8 thousand Eurasiers around the world, mostly in Europe and primarily in Germany which is their country of origin .In the USA and Canada we estimate approximately 800 plus Eurasiers. Breeders in North America are few, so a longer waiting period to obtain a puppy is to be expected.

The Eurasier is a German dog breed. The first litter was born on June 22, 1960 in Germany. The ancestors of the Eurasier are the German Wolfspitz and the Chow. At the time, the breed was called Wolf-Chow. In 1972 the breed was crossbred with a Samoyed and their offspring was called Eurasier.At the same time the breed was internationally recognized by the FCI (Federation Cynologique International). Julius Wipfel, the founder of the breed aimed to create a Spitz-type family dog that commanded respect but also had a calm and even-tempered nature. The new dog breed was to be attractive, adaptable and suitable to different family lifestyles. Many decades of hard work by Wipfel and his associates gave us the Eurasier, the ideal family dog.

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