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The temperament of the Eurasiar suits its' appearance; they are solid, noble and trustworthy. They are rarely aggressive, but very vigilant and brave. Eurasiers are one of the more intelligent breeds, and are very sensitive and loving. They need constant training, and without harsh words or sharp criticism. They make great companion dogs, as they can learn to behave well while indoors, are sensitive and bond deeply with their family.

Adult Size

  • Large
  • Medium

Amount of Shedding

  • Sheds Normally

Appropriate Environment

  • House

Behavior if Left Alone

  • Wrong Dog to Leave Alone

Breed Group

  • Non-Sporting Group

Coat Length

  • Long Coat

Coat Quality

  • Double Coat


  • Black
  • Gray
  • Red
  • Sable
  • Tan


  • Drools Regularly

Energy Level

  • Energetic

Exercise Needs

  • Needs Occasional Exercise
  • Needs Regular Exercise

Full Grown Height

  • 21-23″

Full Grown Weight

  • 41-45lbs
  • 46-50lbs
  • 51-55lbs
  • 56-60lbs
  • 61-65lbs
  • 66-70lbs

General Health

  • Pretty Healthy Breed

Good Choice for New Dog Owners

  • Good Dog for Your First Dog

Good Dog for Cold Weather?

  • Can Manage in Cold Weather

Good Dog for Hot Weather?

  • Can Manage in Hot Weather
  • Doesn’t Do Well in Hot Weather

Good With Children?

  • Great With Kids
  • Very Good With Kids


  • Requires Occasional Brushing


  • Smart


  • Affectionate


  • Playful

Recommended OFA Tests

Social Behavior with Dogs

Top Life Expectancy

Training Tendencies