The Eurasie is a breed of medium to large-sized spitz-type dogs from Central Europe. The name is a compound word formed from the German words “Euregio” (a region comprising several states of Germany) and “Stier” (hound).
Eurasier Physical Characteristics
The Eurusier is a medium/large-sized breed of dogs. It originated from Germany and is of German origin. It is also known as German Lion Dog. It is a medium sized breed that was originally bred to hunt wild boars. It has grown in popularity as a house pet due to its playful and affectionate disposition.
Red, Black, Sable, Silver
Male Height Range: 20 – 24 inches
Female Height Range: 19 – 22 inches
Male Weight Range: 51 – 71 lbs
Female Weight Range: 40 – 57 lbs
Description of breed health.
Eurasier Health Concerns
Elbow Dysplasia, Hip Dysplasia, Hypothyroidism, Patellar Luxation, Distichiasis
Eurasier Temperament and Behaviour
The Eurasier is a devoted, loving and intelligent dog. They are gentle and sensitive, but they can also be energetic and mischievous. They are playful and fun-loving, but are also patient and can settle quietly. They are typically sweet-tempered, but can be vocal and stubborn.
Eurasier Activity Requirements
The Eurasier is a fairly new breed of dog that was developed in Germany. They are a muscular, compact, and agile little dog that is known to have an excellent sense of humor. They are friendly, playful, and loyal. Eurasiers are intelligent dogs that require regular mental stimulation. This can come from obedience training, puzzle toys, or simply spending time with their people. They do not need a lot of exercise and are generally happy with a midday break. While they generally do well in homes with yards, they do not require as much space as some larger breeds. A home with a small yard or apartment with a patio may be an ideal match for an Eurasier.
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Kennel Club Recognition
American Kennel Club
Recognized by the American Kennel Club
Eurasier is part of the Foundation Stock Service group.
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The Kennel Club
Recognized by The Kennel Club
Eurasier is part of the Utility group.
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Australian National Kennel Council
Recognized by the Australian National Kennel Council
Eurasier is part of the Non-Sporting group.
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Canadian Kennel Club
Recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club
Eurasier is part of the Working Dog group.
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