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Eurasiers are calm, even-tempered dogs. They are watchful and alert, yet reserved
towards strangers without being timid or aggressive. Eurasiers form a strong link to their
families. For the full development of these qualities, the Eurasier needs constant close
contact with its family, combined with understanding, yet consistent, training. They are
extremely sensitive to harsh words or discipline and respond best to soft reprimand. The
Eurasier is a combination of the best qualities of the Chow Chow, the Wolfspitz, and the
Samoyed (dog), resulting in a dignified, intelligent breed.

Eurasiers were bred as companion dogs; as such they do poorly in a kennel environment
such as those commonly used for institutionally trained service dogs, nor are they well
suited for the social stresses of working as a sled or guard dog. Training should always be
done through family members, not through strangers or handlers. Eurasiers should never
be restricted to only a yard, kennel, crate, or chained up. They would pine and become
depressed. Within these limitations, Eurasiers can work very well as service or therapy
dogs. This breed enjoys all kinds of activities, especially if the activities involve their family.
Eurasiers are calm and quiet indoors, outdoors they are lively and enjoy action. Eurasiers
rarely bark but if they do, they usually have a good reason
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complex information in a lively, accessible
way, this book covers everything from
choosing the right puppy (or adopting the
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disease, pet insurance, and more.