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Hello and a warm welcome here!


My name is Lisbeth and I live with my husband Stefan. Our home is located in the country, about 30 km south of Kristinehamn. Both my and Stefan's great interest has always been and are dogs. I bought my first dog in 1977, it was a long-haired German Shepherd. Then we had 3 German Shepherds together, a borsoi (Russian greyhound) and a greyhound in the coming years.


In 2008 I opened my eyes to the breed Eurasier and picked up my first Eurasier puppy 2009 Mowgli . Shortly afterwards there was another male named Qevin , as I always said ...


" There is a disadvantage with Eurasier, because if you have one you will want more "


Not long after that, another 2 females Palma & Vårin came from the kennel Geehrbacch in Norway. That was where it all started with our kennel Gottbols. Palma by Geehrbacch is our pedigree and mother of the A-litter & B-litter. 5 June 2020 the C-litter was born and Palma's daughter Alice from the A-litter became the mother of 9 healthy and lovely puppies.


Since we live in the country, all our dogs and puppies have large areas of grass to move on, with a calm surrounded by beautiful nature. All waking time we put in that all our puppies and dogs have the best possible!

gottbols kennel


Eurasian BREED

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Eurasian is one of the newer breeds in Sweden, the first was registered in 1994.

It is bred to be an ideal family dog ​​with a calm and

nice way to fit well into all everyday situations. It is a

medium-sized spitz dog, harmoniously built to be beautiful and attractive,

with thick undercoat and a coat length where you have to guess the contours of the body. All colors except white, whitish and liver brown are allowed. The tongue may be pink, blue or blue-spotted. Eurasians do not have high demands on exercise and employment but the important thing is that it gets to be with its family on everything.



Eurasier is a confident, calm dog with a high irritation threshold. It is vigilant and attentive without being reasonable. It has a strong attachment to its family and can be reserved for strangers. This means that the dog can back off and not immediately want to make contact, but it must not be nervous, aggressive or extremely suspicious. By letting it as a puppy meet different people and environments, you hold back this quality and usually get an open and accessible dog.


The Eurasier has no distinct hunting instinct. It is not a watchdog but is an excellent warning as it is very attentive without being reasonable. Eurasian is very easy to learn but it is not a working dog. A Eurasian needs close contact with his family and understanding and consistent training. With its robust health and uncomplicated manner, adaptability and faithfulness, it is a valuable family member.



A Eurasier coat does not require major care, preferably a brushing once a week. The fur does not feel, but it falls out of its entire undercoat once or twice a year. Bathe as needed, a couple of times a year.






52 - 60 CM

23 - 32 KG


48 - 56 CM

18 - 26 KG



The Eurasier is a fairly new breed in Sweden, a beautiful and appealing tip!

The Eurasier is a medium-sized, harmoniously built dog of the tip type with a wedge-shaped head. It has proven to be an ideal family dog due to its calm manner and fits well into all everyday situations. The Eurasian is one of our youngest breeds. It was added as late as the 1960s through the initiative of Julius Wipfel in Germany, a disciple of Konrad Lorenz, as a recent experiment with crossbreeding between existing breeds. An experiment that turned out very well should be added. The ambition was to produce a medium-sized, beautiful European Spitz with attractive colors and a special mentality. This was achieved by mating a wolfspitztik with a chow-chow male. With the breed, which later came to be called wolf-chow, the intention was that the chow-chow would leave its one-man dog character and wolfspitztiken its anatomical healthand breeding ability to the offspring.


The Samoyed was then mated and with this the breed gained a greater elegance in the physique and in the movement pattern and a greater fertility. Through the mixing of the Samoyed, the name wolf-chow was no longer correct and the breed was then renamed Eurasian. The name refers to the origin of the original breeds: wolfspitz from Europe and chow-chow and samoyed from Asia. In his book on Eurasians, Julius Wipfel writes the following about his breeding goal:



"It must be of the polar dog type with beautiful attractive colors and with its attractive appearance be sufficiently different from other breeds and with a pleasant mentality adapted to our conditions."



Since the breeding goal was primarily a healthy functional physique and a special mentality, no special colors were chosen and only white, white-spotted and liver-brown were removed from the breed standard. There was really no specific basis for removing these particular colors. Most of today's races were created on the same grounds as the Eurasian - but about 100 years ago. The first Eurasian came to Sweden as late as 1994. Today there are about 23 active breeders of the breed here in Sweden, from 1994 to March 2008, about 1180 dogs have been registered according to SKK breeding data. In 1973, the Eurasian was recognized by the FCI (International Kennel Federation).

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