Eurasier Links

Eurasier reference links for more information on Eurasiers and Eurasier breeders.

Kennel Clubs

Eurasier Community

Welcome to the Eurasier Club of Canada (ECC). The Eurasier Club of Canada was founded in 2005, in order to help protect the unique and wonderful qualities of the Eurasier, and to ensure its future. Because the Eurasier is a relatively young breed that is becoming more popular, the challenge is to remain true to the breed standard that has been set, and to live up to the vision of the breed founder, Julius Wipfel.


The Eurasier is a balanced, well-constructed, medium-sized Spitz (Spitzen) type dog with prick ears. It comes in different colors: fawn, red, wolf-grey, solid black, and black and tan. All color combinations are allowed, except for pure white, white patches, and liver color. Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) standards call for the Eurasier to have a thick undercoat and medium-long, loosely lying guard hair all over the body, with a short coat on the muzzle, face, ears, and front legs.

North American Eurasier Committee

Are you curious about this breed? Are you considering whether or not the Eurasier is the right dog for you? Here you will find facts about the Eurasier’s character, links to breeders, information on the Eurasier’s 50-year-old history, and much more.

Dog Breed Information Centre

Gus the Eurasier at 3 years old - "He is the best dog; only barks when someone comes to the door. He follows me around and is truly a companion dog."

Cyber Canine Toxic Plants Reference

Here are some of the toxic plants you should keep away from your pets. If you suspect that your dog might have eaten any plant that might be toxic, contact his/her vet immediately. Many common house and garden plants can be toxic to animals if swallowed. The symptoms can be diarrhea, nausea, or skin allergies.

Other Eurasier Breeders