The Eurasier is a modern spitz breed from Germany and their sole purpose is to be a charming pet. The breed development started in early 1960s Germany from foundation stock of Wolfspitz and Chow Chows, with later additions of Samoyed. Julius Wipfel, the breed's founder, wished for a dog that would show the adaptability and social behavior of dog’s ancestor, the wolf, and a dog that would be a wonderful pet.
The Eurasier is versatile and adapts well to a variety of lifestyles. Confident, calm, and well-balanced, he is loyal to the entire family, but reserved towards strangers. They thrive as companions and often enjoy participating in companion events such as agility and obedience where the bond between dog and human is nurtured.
When you become a member of the USEC you will have a hands-on role in contributing to the direction of the club through the power of your votes as well as your participation in special committees and projects. The USEC prides itself on it's stringent requirements for breeding and our ceaseless commitment to the breed we all love.
The US Eurasier Club maintains a list of breeders who meet or exceed the expectations set forth by the club as described in our code of ethics. These breeders, and our breed community, is a small group of dedicated enthusiasts: choose the breeder who you best connect with, as the relationship will last the life of your dog.
Although uncommon, it is not without precedent that a Eurasier may come to find themselves in need of rescue. USEC maintains a fund to assist dogs in need and works in conjunction with our breeders, breed community, and the Eurasier Club of Canada to assure no Eurasier finds themselves in a shelter.
The United States Eurasier Club & Eurasier Rescue
The United States Eurasier Club is an approved 501c(7) non-profit organization.
We truly appreciate your support. Please consider donating to the club, the Eurasier Rescue Service or through an annual membership!
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