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Eurasier

If they are to realize their full development, Eurasiers require close, uninterrupted human contact in a family environment and sympathetic but rigorous consistent training.

About the Eurasier

Proud, calm and well balanced, Eurasiers are vigilant companions that bark little and are not easily provoked. They grow very attached to their family, while remaining aloof with strangers, although they are totally lacking in any hunting instincts which makes them poor guard dogs.

Their amenable nature and susceptibility to positive reinforcement make them great dogs for first-time owners. Although a little boisterous at playtime they are friendly and patient which makes them great pets for young children and older people alike.

Source: key facts and characteristics sourced from Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)

Breed specifics

Country
Germany
Group
FCI Group 5, AKC Foundation Stock Service
Size category
Medium
Avg life expectancy
12–14 years

Confident / Calm / Even-tempered / Resilient / Alert / Loyal

Key facts

  • Needs little training
  • Suitable for first-time dog-owners
  • Requires a lot of grooming

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