As intended, the Eurasier inherited its parent breeds’ appearance. It is medium-size spitzen with a height of 48–61 centimetres and a weight of 40–70 pounds. Its wedge-shaped head is a characteristic of its spitz ancestry. It has a flat skull and a slightly defined stop. Its dark, almond-shaped eyes that slant with a nice black rim reflect its intelligence. It has pricked ears that are triangular-shaped, medium, and are set nicely apart on its head. The Eurasier has a blue-black tongue that is a distinctive feature adopted from its chow chow parentage.
When it comes to its build, the Eurasier has a firm and compact body with a straight and levelled top line. Its withers and the rest of the body are firm and muscled. The breed standard dictates that this dog breed must come with a thick undercoat and a medium-to-long, loosely-lying guard hair all over the body. Its tail, back of the front legs, and hind legs should be covered with long hair, whilst the coat in the neck area must always be slightly longer than the body but should never form a mane. The Eurasier can sport a coat in the accepted breed colours such as fawn, red, wolf grey, sable, black and tan, and solid black.
Since the Eurasier sports a thick coat, just like any spitz-type dogs, it is considered a high-maintenance dog breed. It is highly recommended to brush its coat daily to remove dead hair, mats, and tangles. It doesn't help that the Eurasier sheds throughout the year and more twice a year, during spring and autumn. In this case, frequent brushing is required more than the usual. It is also worth noting that the Eurasier is predisposed to eye disorders called entropion, so make sure to include the eyes in your grooming regimen.
Regular checking and cleaning of ears and mouth are also important as neglect to both can lead to infections. Do remember that grooming your dog is also an opportunity to check its health. Once you find anything that is not normal with your Eurasier, visit a trusted veterinarian immediately.