North River Eurasiers
I was the first breeder in the US to have a registered litter of Eurasiers.
I was looking for a companion breed that could go to work with me, was calm with my clients and not get in the way. I did my research and I kept coming back to the Eurasier breed. There were no breeders in the US and I found one in Canada and brought home my first Eurasier back in 1995. Tiffany was the best dog, so wonderful and everything I wanted in a dog that I decided to breed. I needed a male and imported a male from Austria, named Otto. He was a special dog, so handsome and confident. Unfortunately, Tiffany got sick and could not get pregnant so I imported a female from Luxembourg named Wanda. Wanda was the alpha, everyone respected her yet she was so sweet and gentle. I finally had my first litter with Wanda and Otto in 2001. Soon I imported another female from Germany named Britta and she was lovable and very loyal to me. She too became a mother a few years after my first. I then kept a female from one of my litters and she is named Lily. Quite large for a female but a very likable, friendly girl. I also imported another female from Germany named Haley. What a cuddly, loyal, sweet girl she was and a fine looking Eurasier to the standard. She so happens to be the USEC logo girl! Tragically around the same time, Tiffany and Otto died young the same year. My next male I imported was Jaxson who has fathered quite a few litters. Very confident and quite a handsome male. Bree was my next import, a tri-colored girl with a lot of energy! She certainly keeps me young. Then another new import named Mercedes. A light red female, very sweet and very active! An energetic girl like Bree, so they do manage to tire themselves out! My next was Montana, so loyal and sweet, LOVES everyone. She had a litter and I kept her daughter named Virginia. Virginia, too is a sweetie and a very nice specimen for the Standard. And finally, a male import from Germany is Austin, a confident male, very sweet and super cuddly.
My pastime and passion is this breed. I am a board member of the USEC and also the Rescue coordinator. I have had many Annual Meetings at my home and have often had gatherings here too of Eurasiers with the many friends I have made.
My litters are born and raised within my home and the puppies are well socialized when they leave here!