- Other names:
- Eurasian Spitz
The Eurasier, or Eurasian, is a recently conceived companion dog from Germany and are mostly found in Europe. The breed is neither sporting nor working. This dog was bred to be not only impressive looking, but robust and long lived; the German kennel clubs monitor breeding carefully in order to keep the breed so. They are more than good with kids and do quite well with other pets due to no hunting instincts. They will view strangers with reserve but are not aggressive and, while rarely barking, make excellent watch dogs. The heavy coat makes it able to endure very cold climates but also ensures they are seasonal shedders. Ideally they will live indoors and will have some human interaction throughout the day; although they are not constant attention seeking lapdogs, they need to remain in the vicinity of their owners for all of their amazing traits to be displayed. Playful by nature, they enjoy toys, a daily walk and some outdoor playtime.