Sire: Grey Von Der Tomberg
Dam: Albionspitz Rogue
Red with Black Mask
Sire: Silmoralbion's Matthias
Dam: Albionspitz Chava
Sire: Albionspitz Tyler
Dam: Caromarda Tumble and Twril
Brit is a super smart and obedient girl . She learns really fast and sometimes I think she can read my mind! She is also very athletic and we enjoy hooking her up to our bike and go bikjoring with her.
The perfect companion, Chena has the best temperament of any dog we have ever had! Super easy going, her steady and predictable personality make her joy to be with. Chena is in training to become a therapy dog.
Nola is our youngest and she is a very affectionate girl. She likes nothing better than spending an evening laying on my lap. She will begin classes for "Trick Dog" this winter and will also be my kayaking partner.
A dog show exhibitor's dream - the Flashy Miss Brit received the AKC First of Breed award. She easily achieved her titles in three venues, and he has won nearly a dozen Best in Shows!
With limited showing, Chena has racked up a Best in Show (AKC Open,) Best Pup in Show (UKC) and is pointed in both CKC and AKC FSS. She will be returning to the ring in Winter 2020.
Nola is just beginning her show career and we were super happy with the results of her first show in Spring 2019. She is very flashy and is going to be a big hit with the judges!
Even-tempered and good-natured, Eurasiers are a joy to live with. They are highly devoted family dogs who require and thrive on very close contact with their family. They do not demand constant interaction, but they do desire to be in close proximity to the daily activities of their family. Eurasiers must live in the household (not in the backyard or kennel) in order to fully develop and nurture the most desired character traits inherent in the breed.
Eurasiers are diligent watchdogs who will only bark or growl when they feel it is warranted. They are not aggressive or easily provoked, and should never be used as guard dogs. With proper socialization Eurasiers are generally very tolerant of children, dogs and other animals. While some individual Eurasiers will display varying degrees of interest in chasing critters in the wilderness or backyard, most do not have a pronounced hunting instinct.
Eurasiers are not a working breed. Their sole purpose is to be wonderful family pets. Daily walks including off leash activities will meet the exercise requirements for most Eurasiers. Some Eurasiers enjoy participating in companion events such as agility and obedience where the bond between dog and human is nurtured. Training methods using positive reinforcement and calm, confident leadership increases the dogs' self-confidence, exercises their body and mind, and further strengthens their bond with their human.
If you would like more information about the Eurasier, please visit The United States Eurasier Club.