Sundogs Kala Kay
* May 12, 2009
Sire: Barbarossa von Baden
Dam: Freska vom Vierwindehaus
Leggocy's Heartland's Elsa Shea
* June 3, 2012
Sire: CH Naku's Django
Dam: Leggocy's Butterfly Kisses
Heartland's Alice Jean
* March 30, 2015
Sire: North River's McGiggles Bruno
Dam: Leggocy's Heartland's Elsa Shea
Big Sky's Axel Razz
* June 5, 2015
Sire: Enzo von Casvalon
Dam: Pacific Coast's Incredible Inca
Heartland's Halsey Mae
* October 15, 2019
Sire: Pacific Coast's LicketySplit
Dam: Leggocy'sHeartland's Elsa Shea
For the Love of a Breed ...
Back in 1995, I found the Eurasier breed in a book called "Legacy of the Dog". I immediately fell in love with the description of the breed and I knew that someday I would own one of these beautiful creatures. 14 years later of research, reading, admiring, and wishing, my dreams came true when I was blessed with my Kala Kay and as I had hoped, she was everything that the Eurasier breed was described to be!
Kind, loyal, playful, silly, laid-back, devoted, fun-loving, and gentle .... Kala proved to be a perfect Eurasier specimen and I knew that someday I wanted to help preserve and maintain this awesome breed! Fortunately for the breed, the USEC and the US Eurasier breeders hold their standards to the highest measures, making sure that all of their dogs are health tested before they are allowed to breed. Unfortunately for Kala, she had low thyroid and wasn't allowed to have puppies.
As every Eurasier owner knows, once you have one Eurasier, you will want another. So, 3 years later, Elsa Shea joined our household. Again, Elsie's infectious smile and fun, sweet personality won me over. I just knew I wanted to carry on this breed, for others to enjoy, just as much as I do! So the health testing began at 2 years of age and Elsie passed all of her health tests. We were clear to have puppies!
Heartland Eurasiers was blessed with their very first litter on March 30, 2015..... 20 years after our Eurasier adventure began. Elsie delivered 4 healthy, darling little girls and our breeding adventure had now begun. For us, the Eurasier is first and foremost our beloved family member. The breeding is just an added plus and passion to do what is best for the overall Eurasier breed.
Since my first litter in 2015, I have now been blessed with a total of 8 litters from Elsie, Alice, Bitte, and soon to be Diamond. We have been growing our Eurasier family over the last couple of years and we are hoping to continue to provide the United States with quality, happy, healthy Eurasier puppies!
Being a part of the Eurasier community has been a wonderful experience. I have been very fortunate to have several litters of puppies in the United States, and to have constant guidance and knowledge from other USEC Eurasier breeders and owners, has truly been a blessing for my journey. There are so many wonderful Eurasier owners out there, many of them that have become great friends, that I hope to continue to bless others with the same experiences and love that I have known through owning a Eurasier ..... for the Love of the Eurasier!
You can find photos and descriptions of all of my litters on Facebook at Heartland Eurasiers. Check out Heartland's A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and I litters ..... and soon to be our "J" and "K" litters in the Summer/Fall of 2021. You can find more fun photos and events on Twitter, Instagram, and Tik Tok under Heartland Eurasiers as well!
Once Eurasier - Always Eurasier