Good with Kids:
Eurasian also known as Eurasier, is a breed of dog of spitz group and looks. This dog of German origin is widely known as a wonderful companion that maintains its own personality, has a strong reserve to strangers, a strong bond to its family and that is relatively easy to train.
Country of Origin:
Medium dog breeds
This is a calm, equable dog which is alert, friendly, can have a mind of its own but is reasonably obedient, that is intelligent, and very loyal to its family. The Eurasian does not bark much.
Non-Sporting dog breeds (AKC)
The shoulder height is 52-60cm (20 Â½ -23 Â½ in) for dogs and 48-56cm (18 Â½ -22 in) for bitches. The ideal height is 56cm (22in) for dogs and 52cm (20 Â½ in) for bitches.
The optimum weight for dogs is 26kg (57lb) and 22kg (48 Â½ lb) for bitches.
This breed gets on very well with children but is rather reserved towards strangers. Contact with other dogs does not normally cause problems. Get them used to other animals when they are still young.
The outer coat is of medium length stiff hair which has a ruffled appearance. The undercoat is thick and woolly. Every combination of colours is permitted except white, white patches, or liver.
The Eurasian does not need much grooming. It is indeed recommended to avoid regular grooming which might loosen too much of the woolly under-layer.
During moulting a comb with a double row of metal teeth should be used to remove dead and loose hairs.
This breed is not difficult to train although the handler needs to be consistent to have adequate authority. Eurasians are not suitable to live in a kennel.