Eurasiers originated in Germany in 1960 when the founder, Julius Wipfel set with Charlotte Baldamus and a small group of enthusiasts in the creation of a race with the best qualities of the Chow Chow and Wolfspitz. The first combination of races that led to what was called “Wolf-Chow” and then, twelve years later, after crossing with a Samoy, became “[Eurasia]” (Eurasian) and recognized by FCI in 1973. Nobel laureate Konrad Lorenz was a puppy Baldamus Eurasia Charlotte, Nanette vom Jaegerhof, whom he calls “Babett. I thought his character was the best he has ever seen in a dog.
Today, some unethical breeders try to pass off a Keeshond / Chow Chow Eurasia as a mixture. But are genetically similar, these mixes can not be classified as Eurasiers.
Eurasiers still a relatively young breed. Eurasia three clubs in the German Kennel Club VDH / FCI-EKW, KZG, ZG, and hence, strongly directing and overseeing the breeding in Germany. A group of very dedicated Eurasia clubs have joined the International Federation for the Improvement Eurasia (IFEZ) in the CRF. Eurasia puppies bred according to these guidelines IFEZ sound IFEZ receive a certificate.
The Eurasian breed was recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) in 1995 as a member of Group 3 (Working Dogs).