Mrs. C. Seidler.
Group 5: Spitz and Primitive Types.
Group 5: Asiatic Spitz and related breeds.
Without Working Trial.
In 1968 a breed was evolved by crossing a Chow Chow and a Wolfspitz. This was first called “Wolf-Chow” and then, after crossing with a Samoyed, was renamed “Eurasier” (Eurasian) and recognized by the F.C.I.
Balanced, well constructed medium sized dog of Spitz type with prick ears and coming in varied colors. Length of coat should be such as still to reveal the body proportions. With medium bone.
Length of back slightly longer than height at withers. The ration of length of muzzle and length of cranial region is almost equal.
Self assured, calm, even tempered with high resistance against any provocation. Watchful and alert without being noisy. Very strongly developed link to his family. Reserved towards strangers without being aggressive. No hunting instinct. For the full development of these qualities, the Eurasian needs constant close domestic contact with his family and understanding, yet consistent training.