Lowchen Breeders Shreveport LA

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Wise Catahoulas
(318) 390-9386
1243 Oliver Rd
Haughton, LA
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Martin Animal Hospitals
(318) 221-0726
3112 Hollywood Ave
Shreveport, LA

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Davis Animal Hospital
(318) 868-8493
935 E 70th St
Shreveport, LA

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Riverside Animal Hospital LLC
(318) 742-1521
1000 Westgate Ln
Bossier City, LA

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University Veterinary Hospital
(318) 797-5522
7700 E Kings Hwy
Shreveport, LA

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Martin Animal Hospitals
(318) 222-9317
1302 Youree Dr
Shreveport, LA

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Animal Clinic E 70th
(318) 797-3261
2999 E 70th St
Shreveport, LA

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Airline Animal Health
(318) 746-6465
2633 Viking Dr
Bossier City, LA

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Bossier Animal Hospital
(318) 746-7821
3308 Industrial Dr
Bossier City, LA

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Companion Animal Medical Center
(318) 688-0642
7025 Pines Rd
Shreveport, LA

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Lowchen - Guide to Lowchen

Description: Löwchen are happy, extremely loyal and very affectionate which leaves little doubt as to why this breed makes such a wonderful companion. Their exact origin is up for debate, however, small dogs with the Löwchen's characteristic 'lion trim' can be found in works of art from the 15th century therefore giving an idea of how long these charming dogs have been in existence.

Löwchen were very popular with royalty and common people alike. It was unfortunate WWII nearly wiped out their existence, however they were eventually revived by devoted breeders and Löwchen fanciers worldwide. In 1960, Löwchen earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records as "Rarest Breed of Dog".

The Löwchen Club of America was founded in 1972. The breed's registration was approved by the AKC in 1995 in the Miscellaneous Class and fully recognized in the Non-Sporting Group in 1999.

Height: The height for a Löwchen is 10-13 inches (25-33 cm).

Weight:
Löwchen weigh 9-18 pounds (4-8 kg).

Coat Type: The Löwchen has a silky, wavy, long and flowing. Although the Löwchen breed has a single coat, he has thicker guard hairs mixed in with finer, softer hairs. To keep the coat in good condition, thoroughly brush and comb it at least once a week. The Löwchen is non-shedding and hypoallergenic.

Color: According to AKC Standard for the Löwchen, All colors and color combinations are acceptable, with no preference given to any.

Temperament: Löwchen are great companion and family dogs. They're affectionate, playful, cheerful and very good with children. Löwchen are intelligent, eager to learn and happy to please its master making training relatively easy with this breed. Although small in size, they are fearless and will certainly defend. Barking can be problematic, but this behavior should corrected through training when the Löwchen is a puppy. Some Löwchen are diggers. These dogs love exercise and should be taken for daily walks in addition to play time.

Health Problems: Löwchen are generally a very healthy breed. Some health issues include: cataracts, PRA and patella luxation. Life expectancy for the Löwchen is between 12 - 14 years, however, some are known to have lived up to the age of 17.

Special Interests:
• The Löwchen Club of America was originally named the Little Lion Club of America. It was founded in 1971 by ...

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