Eurasier Dog - My Beautiful Wonderful Dog
Eurasier Puppy - Baby Benda
Benda My Beautiful Wonderful Dog
Wherever we go, Benda is always with us, in our vacation, free days, family activities and events.
It was not our plan to have a dog in our family. Benda is a wish of our daughter and son. I myself never wanted to have a dog in our house.
One night my daughter was looking in the Internet and studying about Eurasier Dogs and showed me some pictures of the very cute puppy Eurasier Dogs. She was asking some information in the Eurasier Dog agency about the possibility of having a puppy and how long we have to wait for a puppy to be born.
The agency called her back about the possibility of having an 8 weeks old puppy Eurasier Dog in the month of November 2006.
We have visited the agency and spent some times getting to know more about Eurasier Dogs until the time has come to see the puppies and for the first time, i was in love with Benda, as she came to me and had her in my hands and carried her.
Benda was born on the 19th of September 2006. She is the biggest and strongest of the 8 puppies.
She is very cute, beautiful and she loves to sit on my lap and be caress. From that moment she touches a part of my heart and has taken a place in my life.
It was not so complicated with her as we took her in our house. The first few days she always stayed under the piano and look through the reflection of her, like a mirror and makes little noise or sob as if she misses her brothers, sisters and parents. She seeks comfort and love to be taken on our lap and be caress.
She loves to walk around in our garden or take a little walk outside to make her business. One night she stumbled in the carpet and cried for pain in her leg, and we were afraid that she was terribly hurt and had any fractures that we brought her to the emergency doctor. As we entered in the doctors office, we were surprised as we saw Benda walking normally without difficulty. We went home happy that she was o.k.
She is a calm dog and always wants to be near to us. She lies down on the floor under the dining table while we eat or in the living room while we watch TV.
Benda is growing up and she is a very caring dog. She manage to be alone a few hours in the house. She is very friendly to other dogs, loving, obedient, very attentive, loyal, protects us and our house from strangers etc. She loves to take a long daily walk, she loves snow and play snowball with us. She loves to play ball at home, play most with my son and daughter. Benda loves little children.
Benda is afraid of thunder and fireworks. She doesn't like loud music, she doesn't like to take a bath, she doesn't like to be alone at home.
She comes to greet us every morning when we are awake, waits for my children and my husband as they come home and she feels very happy seeing them, wiggling her tail, wants to be embraced and cuddled. It is a moment of joy for all of us, as she shows her love, loyalty, respect to all family members.
Benda knows what she wants and has her own will to be respected. She is very sensitive and doesn't like to be under pressure to do anything she hates.
The love we give to Benda is 100x returned from her. Her honesty, love and loyalty is forever without doubt and questions. Benda gives us this wonderful experience, a feeling of fulfillment and happiness. With her, our family becomes lively and active, motivated with our daily activities, a different feeling of love she gives and shows to us and we are so blessed having our wonderful Benda with us in our daily living.
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A Dog's Health, Security and Protection - A Dog Owner's Advice
The Agency has strict qualifications of finding an ideal place for the puppies and a pre inspection of the environment and living situation of a family is obligatory.
To habituate our puppy Benda, we were required to visit the her more times before she is ready to be handed over to us at the age of 9 weeks.
Benda has undergone health examinations and received full vacination. We received the complete documents, like vacination card, chip registration, feeding instructions, brochure guide of taking care of the puppy, growth and development advices of a healthy dog and recommendations of the specific Eurasier dog breed. 1 sack of puppy food is also given for free.
We paid the owner of Benda 1'400. Swiss Francs.
It is obligatory to visit a puppy training school for their behavioral, physical and social development, and later a junior, adult dog school. The dog owner will learn how to give appropriate commands, how to communicate with the puppy, guide and develop bonding.
It is advisable to secure a health insurance for the dog, as the doctors fees are expensive in Switzerland.
We also bought a bed for Benda, some ideal toys and the basic things she needed.
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The History and Breeding of Eurasier Dogs
In the 1950s - with the goal of a strong character and family companion dog to cerate, Julius Wipfel in Weinheim, Bergstrasse (Germany) crossed the Wolf Spitz with Chow-Chow. This resulted in the rough "altstämmigen" Eurasians (or Wolf-Chow).Crossing the friendly Samoyed finally result of the elegance and the balanced creature. The idea was given by Konrad Lorenz, Austrianethologist and Nobel laureate.
The efforts of the pioneers were successful. In 1973, The new breed was recognized by the FCI. Today thousands of Eurasians form a solid base in Europe for the breeding of healthy dogs.
Eurasian come in all colors of the wolf. Even in the character theyare distinctive individuals, not "bred by" unity dog. And so it should stay.
The breed originated from Wolf Spitz, Chow Chow and Samoyed.They are ruddy, black, black with white markings, fawn and different shades of red. Eurasians are just individuals, not only in appearance.
Eurasians are watchful, quiet, friendly, very family oriented and strangers disinterested assistance dogs. Although easy to train,they retain their independent personality. What they are not: barker,hunter or commonplace dogs.
Size and weight:
Males 52-60 cm, 23-32 kg
Bitches 48-56 cm, 18-26 kg
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