The Eurasian dog was developed in the 1960s by a German breeder called Julius Wipfel. Initially, he crossed Wolfspitz and Chow Chow to create a companion dog with wolf-like characteristics. Later, he added the blood line of Samoyed to reduce the problems caused by inbreeding and improve its attitude.
The males weigh between 23kg to 32kg and have a height range of 20-24 inches. The female weight ranges from 18kg to 26kg with a height range of between 16 inches to 18 inches. It has a very thick undercoat with a fairly long and flat outer coat. The colour of the coat can be red, fawn, black, wolf grey and tan.
With their quiet, dignified and friendly demeanour, Eurasian dogs are excellent human companions. They are also very playful and gentle. These two qualities enable them to easily form strong bonds with children. However, they are shy and reserved before strangers without necessarily being timid. In fact, they loathe strangers petting them.
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