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Breeder Information

Shenandoah Eurasiers

Breeder: Lisa Nilson
First Litter: 2016
Eurasier Breeding Seminar: 2015
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Our dogs

Lady Kaylie V Eurasia Eisenhower von Casvalon "Riker" Leggocy's Genesis
Lady Kaylie V Eurasia "Kaylie" Eisenhower von Casvalon "Riker" Leggocy's Genesis "Genna"
* 10 December 2005 * 24 April 2012 * 16 January 2014
Sire: Black Motion Simba of Eurasia Sire: Colin vom Tal der Raben Sire: Dixon von der Jungfernmuehle Berlin
Dam: Fatal Attraction of Eurasia Dam: Isabelle Inegra Dam: Albionspitz Ever a Leggocy
         von Massow Krumau  
Big Sky's Magnificent Azor Shenandoah's Andromeda Shenandoah's Brilliant Galaxy
Big Sky's Magnificent Azor "Sagan" Shenandoah's Andromeda "Mia" Shenandoah's Brilliant Galaxy
* 5 June 2015 * 4 Juni 2016 * 8 June, 2017
Sire: Enzo von Casvalon Sire: Harik Von Der Sulm Sire: North River's Lieba Thoven
Dam: Pacific Coasts Incredible Inca Dam: Leggocy's Genesis Dam: Leggocy's Genesis

Breeder Biography


I'm a newcomer to Eurasier breeding, but I have always been a lover of all of the spitz breeds, having owned a Samoyed, Siberian, and Malamute/wolf hybrid over the past 30 years. I came across the Eurasier in a dog breed book back in 2004, fell in love with the photo, and was eventually lucky enough to get a pup from Canada in 2006.

It was never actually a goal to become a breeder. I simply wanted a dog that would serve in a therapeutic role for struggling family members, as well as be a beloved family pet. I soon discovered, as many have, that for me - one Eurasier is just not enough! This amazing breed is so special, so I got on some breeder waiting lists, and finally, after a couple of years, managed to get a second Eurasier, this one a sweet import from Austria. I was/am so happy with these dogs and the joy they bring into my family's lives!

With 2 dogs, I became active in the USEC community, and served on the Board of Directors for a period. Through my new connections and relationships, more good things happened!! Sometimes you just have to be in the right place at the right time .... so now .... I am blessed with 5 amazing Eurasiers. With the support and guidance of another Eurasier breeder, I was encouraged to take the next step of sharing the breed. I had my first carefully planned litter June of 2016, followed by another in 2017, and again in 2018. Raising Eurasier puppies has been one of the most rewarding experiences I've ever had, and I am so thrilled to have found such wonderful homes for my litters.

For 2019 and 2020, I currently HOPE to have 2 litters each year - one in the Spring, and one in the Fall, but all depends on the dogs and health test results.

Warm regards, Lisa Nilson, Shenandoah Eurasiers (Northern/Central Virginia)

Once Eurasier - always Eurasier.

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