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Eurasier

The Eurasier is a dog breed that originated in Germany. It is a medium-sized dog known for its friendly disposition and loyal demeanor

History

The Eurasier originated in Germany in the 1950s. Julius Wipfel, a breeder of Chow Chows, started by crossing Chow Chows with Keeshonden and later with Samoyed dogs. The goal was to breed a new dog with the excellent qualities of these breeds, but without the disadvantages, such as aggression and separation anxiety. Over time, Wolf Spitz were also included in the breeding program.

Character

The Eurasier is known for its friendly and balanced nature. He is very loyal to his owner and bonds strongly with his family. The Eurasier is generally calm and patient, but can also be very lively and enjoys playing and running. He is not very vigilant, but will bark if unfamiliar people or animals come near. The Eurasier has a high adaptability and can easily adapt to new situations.

Health

The Eurasier is generally a healthy breed, but there are some hereditary conditions to be aware of. For example, hip dysplasia is more common in the Eurasier than in some other breeds. It is therefore important to ask about the health tests that have been carried out on the parents when buying a Eurasier.

Care

The Eurasier has a thick and dense coat that needs regular brushing to prevent tangles. Once a year, the Eurasier sheds her hair and then the coat must be extra well cared for. The dog has a calm and stable character and therefore does not need much exercise. A daily walk of about an hour is sufficient.

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