The Eurasier, also known as Eurasian, is a medium-sized, pointy dog that is often referred to as a Eurasier. The breed originated in Germany, where it was first bred in the 1960s by Julius Wipfel to combine the traits of the Chow Chow with those of the Wolf Spitz. Over the years, these attractive dogs have earned a reputation for being calm and even-tempered. They are also known for forming strong bonds with their families, which is why they have remained popular in their native Germany as both companion dogs and family dogs. Despite this, the Eurasier is still relatively unknown here in the UK, although the breed is now slowly gaining recognition.
Read our Eurasier Buying Advice page for information on this dog breed.