Leonberger – large dogs (height at the withers ranges from 65 to 80 cm, weight ranges from 35-50 kg), proportionally built, muscular. The homeland of these animals in Germany, or rather, the small German city of Leonberg, which gave the name to the breed.
Bred in the middle of the 19th century, the Leonberger was initially acquired by farmers and herders as assistants-draftsmen and guards but soon became popular as family dogs. Excellent character, powerful build, the ability to quickly learn and diligently follow the commands of the owner – just a few of the positive traits of Leonberger, which are ideal for the title of guide dog and rescue dog.
Just keep reading and find a perfect book for yourself.