|Grafton, OH 44044 | cell 440-328-5647| email@example.com
|Good Puppies Becoming Great Adults!!
circles, so body and mind mature correctly. This breed is not
suited to a small yard. As flock guardians, Leos will not boundary
train as a herding breed would. A 5-6' high secure fence is a
necessity. We do not place puppies in small or unfenced yards.
most open to "suggestions" before they are 16 weeks old.
Private classes do not teach your dog to behave around other
dogs. Continuing with classes until the dog is 18-24 mos. old will
teach him to listen to you in all situations; not only at home.
with and we're sure you'd like to meet your pup's breeders.
It is also now an FDA requirement to meet face to face.
your adult to understand what is "normal" in his world. That
requires introducing him to many novel situations as a puppy
and an adolescent. Introduce him to as many new people,
places and things as possible before the window closes at 20
weeks of age and continue through his life.
have a male it isn't going to look like a male without that
commitment consuming your knowledge of the breed and
genetics, your time and money and your ability to deal with
problems over the lifetime of your offspring including taking
back an adult Leo at times. If you are an experienced breeder
or handler and current member of the LCA, or a newbee
thinking you may be interested in showing or breeding, please
contact me to discuss requirements for AKC "full registration"
show/breeding potential puppies. I'm always happy to mentor
our serious new owners whether you want a companion or show
help and support for the life of your Leonberger.
|Welcome to our wonderful
BB litter owners!
|Karissa, Kristina and
|Bill, Barbara and Vega
|Kelly, Chris and Noah
|Joseph, Susan and Mac
|Lawrence, Cindy, Rowdy
|Sharon, Michael and Otis
|Leslie, John and Shelby