A modern breed (1960's) crossing of a chow chow, Wolfspitz and a Samoyed the breed was renamed the Eurasier or Eurasian and recognised by the FCI. A medium sized dog of spitz type and varied colour and medium length coat. Head is wedge shaped. Tail should be firm and round, lying forward over the back. This is a self assured calm dog, very alert but not noisy, with a strong family bond, capable guard and no hunting instinct.
Colour - All colours and combinations are permitted with the exception of pure white, white patches or liver colour. their tounge can be red, blue spotted or blue.
This breed has NO Kennel Club Challenge Certificates at any Championship Shows.
They are on the Import Register.
He may be shown in the Irish Republic under FCI Rules
|update||Club Name||Contact||Phone number||Homepage|
|2004||Eurasier Club of Great Britain.||Sue Turner||?||No||yes|
|Size||Active||Temperament||Kennel||Training||Grooming||Problems||D. 52-60cm |
B. 48-56 cm
|ALBION||Stacey Watkins||0044(0)1708 501087||Essex||yes||yes|
|MABUH||Bitten von Aspern||0044(0)45 5631 3236||Haslev, Denmark||yes||yes|
|FOXFIRE||Ulla-Carin Totney||0046(0)492 22026||Gullringen, Sweden||yes||yes|
|Nixenspitze||Monica Normanseth||0047 69827744
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