Eurasier Rescue

One important part of the United States Eurasier Club's mission is to provide rescue services for Eurasiers in need. Our goal is to ensure that no dog known to be a Eurasier in the United States ends up in a shelter, or in an abusive or unhealthy environment.

The USEC works in coordination with the Eurasier Club of Canada (ECC) to provide rescue services to Eurasiers who are in need of a new home or rescue from a shelter. The Eurasier Rescue point of contact in the United States is Jackie Murtha. She can be reached at The point of contact for Canada is Dianne Cameron, who can be reached at

New Rescue (June 2009)

Registered Name: Kashwitna Binga Vaucher (registered with CKC)
Call Name: Schatzy
Age: 6 years
Sex: Female/Spayed
Special Needs: Schatzy was diagnosed with Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) in 2006, she requires an enzyme powder applied to every meal to help her digest and absorb the proper nutrients.

Schatzy is currently in a foster home awaiting her new family. She resides with two other Eurasiers, one female and one male. She gets along great with both dogs, she would adjust well to a home with other dogs of a calm nature. She loves going for car rides and leashed walks and spending her time with her human 'pack'. She does not mind sharing her food or toys. Schatzy does not like thunderstorms, so she would appreciate someone to snuggle with during a storm.

Wouldn't it be great if Schatzy could spend her 7th birthday in her new forever home? If you want to provide that forever home, please contact US Rescue Coordinator Jackie Murtha at

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