ANKC Lowchen

Lowchen (Little Lion Dog) Last updated: 22 May 2009 Kennel Club, London 1994 Amended July 1996 Group 1 (Toys) History: General Appearance: Coat clipped in traditional lion clip, tail also clipped, topped with plume, giving appearance of a little lion. Strongly built, active, well balanced and alert. Characteristics: Gay, happy, lively little dog. Temperament: Intelligent, […]

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Australian 1981 Standard This is NOT a current standard. It is no longer applicable. Löwchen Toy Group Revised Standard of the Lowchen Characteristics Intelligent, lively and affectionate.  General Appearance A strongly built, active, well balanced and alert little dog whose presentation gives the “little Lion” appearance Head and Skull Short, fairly broad skull, flat between […]

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American Kennel Club (AKC) Standard Löwchen Non-sporting Group  General Appearance A small, bright, and lively dog that originated as a companion breed in pre-Renaissance Europe where ladies of the court groomed it in the likeness of a little lion. Breed characteristics are a compact, balanced body; a relatively short, broad topskull and muzzle; and a […]

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