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  • - information and guide on the Leonberger dog br The leonberger is a strong, striking and intelligent looking dog.

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  • Normally, this might be cause for alarm on a dirt road in sinking daylight with a flashlight as my only defense, but as Thacher and I stood there uncertainly, I heard a woman's voice cry, "It's OUR leonberger!"

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  • I can't find a place in Colorado to buy a leonberger puppy.

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  • The breed's name derives from the city of Leonberg in ... leonberger dog The Westminster Kennel Club is welcoming six new breeds to the 2011 show, which will be held on February

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  • We have two large dogs a leonberger and a German shepherd, and two small puppies, a pug and a Japanese Chin.

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  • The leonberger can easily open the bags but not the smaller dogs (which is good).

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  • Our big leonberger puppy Bronco chewed on the Asus laptop, and it was not possible to repair it.

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  • a dog breed "established in 1846 in Leonberg in the region of Wurttemberg by the German breeder Heinrich Essing, from a crossing of the Newfoundland, the St. Bernard, and the Great Pyrenees. The official standard was set in 1949.... This is an outstanding water rescue dog... Not only does it have a waterproof coat, but nature has furnished it with webs between its toes which facilitate swimming." (Simon & Schuster's Guide to Dogs, 1980)

    February 21, 2007