What Am I Looking For in My Owners?
breed rather then just buying one on a whim I will only place a puppy
with someone who has met and interacted with the breed.
will get you up in the middle of the night to go out for the first few weeks,
bite you and the kids with those sharp little puppy teeth because that is what
they have always done with their littermates, have accidents on the oriental
for the first few months if you aren’t paying attention, chew on your dining
room table if you aren’t in the room watching them, dig up your plants, eat
the remote control, knock the kids over etc. In other words they act like
normal puppies – only bigger. Be sure all of you are ready for a puppy! Check out this Australian You
Tube video for the “really real”! The Leonberger - A Low Energy Dog
Canton airport. A number of airlines allow you to take your pup home in a pet carrier under your seat.
A female MAY fit the bill but a male could easily be over 20 lbs. so be sure to ask the airlines if they
have weight restrictions. You may want to plan on driving . Check with your airlines. We do not allow
puppies to be placed in cargo. It is not in their best interest. FDA requirements also now require
owners and buyers to meet in person.
If you are within traveling distance you are welcome to make an appointment to come out and visit
our dogs if we have a litter planned and your approved questionnaire is on file. We want to meet our
potential owners beforehand where possible and we're sure you would want to meet us and our girls as
well. As we can’t influence the sex or number of pups our bitches will produce,
you are more likely to get a pup from us if you are open to either sex. While there were 72,704 Golden R
etrievers born in the US there were only 517 Leonbergers born here last year. 338 of those were born to
LCA Member Breeders. We are a rare breed. The females in the breed, although better watch dogs, are
easier to live with as teenagers, and usually challenge their owners less than the males who are prone
to testosterone surges from around 15-36 months. Males are not a good choice for owners who have
not owned a very large, intact working breed male before or who might not have strong leadership
abilities. Leo females are just as beautiful and a lot larger than the dogs most owners have previously
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