THE EURASIER

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The Eurasier is relatively new to North America but is quite popular in its native Germany. It is a medium-sized spitz dog, with a thick wooly undercoat, soft, medium-length outer coat in various colors, and a bushy tail that it carries over its back. It has dark, expressive almond shaped eyes, and can have a pink, blue-black, or spotted tongue.

Eurasiers were given official breed status by the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) on June 13, 1995. The breed is well adapted to the modern household and continues to grow and flourish across Canada.

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