I have always been a lover of all of the Spitz breeds, having also owned a Samoyed, Siberian, and Malamute/wolf hybrid over the past 40 years. I came across the Eurasier in a dog breed book back in 2004, fell in love with the photo, and was eventually lucky enough to get a pup from Canada in 2006.
It was never actually a goal to become a breeder. I simply wanted a dog that could serve as a watchful companion to struggling family members, as well as a beloved family pet. I soon discovered, as many have, that for me - one Eurasier was just not enough! This amazing breed is special, sensitive and intuitive. And a little bit quirky! I am so happy with these dogs and the joy they bring to my family. I take my role as a breeder very seriously, and go to great lengths to ensure healthy dogs, a nurturing and stimulating home/outdoor environment, and watchful gestational and whelping care.
With owning Eurasiers, I became active in the USEC community, and have served twice on the USEC Board of Directors over the past 7 years, and have also been participating in the recently formed USEC Breeding Committee.
There is a potential for 1-2 Shenandoah litters each year over the next few years. Breeding can be challenging, so there is never a guarantee on timing.
Warm regards, Lisa Nilson, Shenandoah Eurasiers
Once Eurasier - Always Eurasier