My name is Ute Jane Molush. I was born and raised in Germany but have been residing in the United States since 1995. With my husband and my Eurasier girls I live in Pennsylvania, northwest of Philadelphia. The love for animals lies in my genes as my grandfather was a veterinarian in Germany. Dogs accompanied me all of my life. In my childhood I was intrigued by the German Shepherds that my uncle bred and trained for 20 years. An even stronger bond with animals and an increased interest and understanding in veterinary medicine I developed during my four year long work in a veterinary hospital here in the United States. After owning a Miniature Dachshund, Stupsi, during my university years, I rescued a Bearded Collie named Jessie. A Bernese Mountain Dog, Bear, accompanied us for a while as well. So did Nala, our Golden Retriever and Wolfe, the Shepherd/Husky that my husband brought into our marriage. Nala and Wolfe died much too young. In 1999 my first Eurasier, Laika, joined our family. From that time on, the Eurasier breed was the only one for me.
The amazing character of the Eurasier convinced me so much that I would dedicate my love and my entire time to the breed. I can consider myself very lucky to have had tremendous mentors from the German and Austrian Eurasier Clubs who did not only entrust me with wonderful dogs but also taught me the philosophy of this breed which I support and pass on to Eurasier fanciers and parties interested in this breed. I am proud to have had the chance to participate in the translation of the one and only standard work on Eurasiers, the book ”Eurasier Heute”, the translation of the recent new publication “Eurasiers Yesterday and Today” by Annelie Feder, and to help establish the United States Eurasier Club, Inc, as a founding member. I am currently a member of the Eurasier Club Austria (ECA), the Eurasierfreunde Deutschland (EFD), the Kynologische Zuchtgemeinschaft fuer Eurasier (KZG), the Eurasier Club of Canada (ECC), the Southern Eurasier Association UK (SEA) and the Eurasier Club Italiano (ECI). I served as a member of the North American Eurasier Committee (NAEC) which was the body that initially worked to protect the breed and eventually led to the formation of the American and Canadian Eurasier Clubs. I am a founding member of the United States Eurasier Club, Inc. (USEC). I work with the greatest dedication to this breed and raised my puppies in the spirit of the Eurasier philosophy set forth by the German founding clubs. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need any information that might not be contained on the website. For personal reasons, I retired from my work in the breed club after many years of active work in different positions. These dogs, however remain in the center of my life and my dedication - they will always remain my main focus. There are many ways to protect this breed and I will never cease to do so.