Leonberger is a huge breed of dog. This breed is named after the city of Leonberg in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Leonberger is really a gentle giant and an ideal family dog for all who have room for such a large pet. The most honest dog breed you will ever find about Leonberger temperament, personality and behaviour. Information about history, temperament, health, movement, training and other facts about the Leonberger.

pcb-file="mw-headline" id="Description">Description[edit]>>

Nicknamed "Leo" "Soft Lion" "Gentle Giant" The Leonberger is a huge race of dogs. Name of the race comes from the municipality of Leonberg in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The Leonberger is said to have been raised as a "symbolic dog" to imitate the lions in the municipal heraldry. The Leonberger has a water-repellent dual skin on the skin, which is supplemented by the short, thin hairs on the mouth and extremities.

Ripe, mannish Leonberger shows a distinctive mahne. The Leonberger is presented uncut, except for the serging of the heels. Primarily a familydog, the temper of the Leonberger is one of his most important and characteristic features. He is well socialised and educated, self-confident, resistant to noises, subservient to members of his families, child-friendly, well-passed, and self-disciplined when it comes to protecting his own families or belongings.

Robust, faithful, smart, fun and friendly, they can be taken anywhere without any problems and adapt themselves to the most diverse conditions, even the insertion of other cats. 1 ] Correct monitoring and early socialisation and education are indispensable, as this is a huge race. Leonberger are powerful, mostly wholesome canines.

4 ] Many large breeds are devastated by a large number of hips dysplasia[5] which is largely under the control of many growers who study their Leonbergers using X-rays analysed by the Orthopaedic Foundation for Animals and release dysplasic samples from the genetic library, thereby decreasing the risks of bone/joint complications. The Leonberger Club of America breeder, who has published Leonberger pedigree trees for the Leonberger Kennel in America, have followed many different facets of the Leonberger Kennel for over 20 years, whereby the member kennel is only allowed to raise animals that have been approved as three generations free of hips displasia.

Decreased the prevalence of OFA-weighted "Excellent" females by more than 60% in only 20 years. 6 ] The actual rate of recurrence of hip displasia in Leonbergers is about 13%. 7 ] After 2010, when the Leonberg Club of America became a member of the American Kennel Club, the formerly stringent discipline regulations are no longer binding for all Leonbergers.

Three  Leonberger dogs[26][39] (one was a bitch, two males)[quote required] starred Buck in The Call of the Wild: Dog of the Yukon (1997), a version of Jack London's The Call of the Wild that Rutger Hauer plays as John Thornton and is told by Richard Dreyfuss.

39 ][40] The race selected in this film was not the one that the novel identifies as Buck. At The Equalizer, Robert McCall (Denzel Washington) is visiting his former CIA staff at their big house in Virginia, which has two Leonbergers. Grumpy Cat's Christmas Ever is a Lifetime TV film about a Leonberger who is the subject of a highjacking.

Junehall, Petra Breed Standard: Leonberger, 08th attempt, 2005. Leonberger". The American Kennel Club. 2010. Accessed January 15, 2012. UK Kennel Club. "Leonberg Breed Standard". "Abstract of the results of the 2000 health survey". Breed Average Hip Values. Archiveed from the orginal on December 28, 2011.

Accessed January 15, 2012. "Abstract of the results of the 2000 health survey". "Abstract of the results of the 2000 health survey". "Results of the 2000 health survey." "of the Leonberg Health Foundation: "racial longevity data." Accessed September 18, 2012. "Shelf-life and race weight." Accessed September 18, 2012. Purebred results of the dog health study". Club Kennel/British Small Animal Veterinary Association Scientific Committee.

Accessed June 16, 2011. "Poly-neuropathy in Leonberger dogs." Barnett, Keith C. ; Featherstone, Heidi J. ; Heinrich, Christine L. ; Lakhani, Ken H. "Cataract in the UK Leonberger population". Accessed March 13, 2015. Ekenstedt, Kari J.; Becker, Doreen; Minor, Katie M.; Shelton, G. Diane; Patterson, Edward E.; Bley, Tim; Oevermann, Anna; Bilzer, Thomas; Leeb, Tosso; Drögemüller, Cord; Mickelson, James R. (October 2, 2014).

"A delegation of ARHGEF 10 is associated with an inherited neuropathy in Leonberger and St Bernard dogs". Accessed March 13, 2015. Bulanda, Susan (August 18, 2010). "Significant research for Leonbergers, genetic poly-neuropathy (IPN)". Canine Health Foundation de l'American Kennel Club. Accessed December 17, 2012. Drögemüller, Cord (January 7, 2014).

"gene tests for inherited polyneuropathies in Leonberger's 2. Accessed March 13, 2015. "The Leonberger Breed". Leonberger-Dogs.org. Leonberger. p. 14. Leonberger dogs. Accessed April 13, 2015. Leonberger. Kennel Club Books, Allenhurst, NJ, USA, p. 14. Leonberger at work - Shepherd training". Leonberg Club of Ontario. Accessed May 17, 2014.

Leonberger. Canada's leader for canines. Accessed May 17, 2014. Leonberger. Accessed May 17, 2014. "of watchdogs in the Swiss Alps: Accessed May 15, 2014. The American Kennel Club. Décembre 2011 Accessed May 15, 2014. "Leonberger, the golden-hearted guinea pig." 27 August 2010.

Accessed January 15, 2011. Manetti, Francesco (August 23, 2010). "Italians teach lifeguard to become dogs." Accessed October 15, 2011. Farmdog: A comprehensive race leader for 93 guards, shepherds, terriers and other dog working mates. Accessed February 25, 2017. The American Kennel Club. Accessed December 5, 2010. AKC greets Cane Corso, Icelandic shepherd and Leonberger".

Accessed December 5, 2010. Leonberger facts. The American Kennel Club. Leonberger. animalstamps.com. Released December 30, 2014. "Leonberger: New Zealand Kennel Gazette. The Leonbergerboken (in Swedish). Hancock, David (August 31, 2014). Shepherds' dogs: Léonberger (in Czech). Léonberger (Comprehensive operating instructions (hardcover). in the Kennel Club books. With a Leonberger, a book of exercises (in Dutch).

Leonberger. The Leonberger, the Gold Cowdog" in Dog World (USA), pp. 14-22. Leonberger in Great Britain. The Leonberger (revised). Leonberg's dog: A story of a breed of dogs. Multi-lingual (English, Germay, France, Dutch) Trilogie über die Geschichte des Leonberger Hund (1846-1948) (Independent Leo Gazette) ISBN 978-90-813426-1-2.

Leonberger: World of Dogs ((Hardcover). This is the complete guide for Leonberger. It' for Dog's sake. The Wikimedia Commons has a connection to Leonberger. "Leonberger" (video). Thogs 101 Squadron 3. 20 December 2010 - via YouTube.

Auch interessant

Mehr zum Thema