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My name is Ági. My wonderful husband Dezső and I started breeding havanese in 2000. We're located in Europa. Our first dog, Szandra. She was love at first sight! Beautiful havanese female. We learned to show and grooming and breeding our own dogs. We have lowchen dogs too. We breeding and showing both breeds. The two breed (havanese and lowchen) get along so well together. They non-shedding, hypoallergenic and odorless, these little fur-babies make great companions to all ages. The Havanese and the lowchen is a very people-oriented dog.
Our goal is to breed the perfect companion dog, combining beauty, temperament and health. And - Our goal is to produce happy, healthy Havanese and Lowchen puppies who typify the havanese breed standard and the lowchen breed standard. Temperament and health are the most important qualities to us. All our dogs are registered. We are a FCI and MEOE members. We adhere to strict health testing requirements. All our dogs are part of our family and not kennel dogs.
We are have a breeding program, we work very closely with international breeders to offer the best Multi-Champion bloodlines.
Mating service with our males is available to approved, health tested bitches. Contact us for more information!
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Lowchen or Petit Chien Lion Overview
The Lowchen has appeared twice in the Guiness Book of World Records: once as the most expensive dog in the world, and once as the rarest dog in the world. An active, well-balanced, and strongly built breed, the Lowchen is a mixture of calm soul mate and playful spirit. They are charming, delightful, and make excellent companions. Lowchens possess a positive and outgoing attitude, and is a dog of regal bearing and style. The Lowchen is extremely intelligent, affectionate, and sociable. This breed is loyal, devoted, and eager to please. They are fearless, resourceful, and bold. They possess a gentle and sensitive nature, and firmly attach themselves to their family. This breed is good with children, other dogs, and other household pets. The Lowchen is fragile in appearance but is actually robust and tough. They are extremely protective of their family and will bark to warn of danger or visitors. The Lowchen is cheerful and playful, but is not hyperactive or high-strung.
Lowchen Alternative Names:
Löwchen, Lowchen, Lwi Piesek, Poco León, Leeuwhondje, Malý Leví Pes,
Mali Lavlji Pas, Malen Lav Pas, Little Lion Dog, Kun Lidt Løve Hund, Cão
Petit Chien Lion, Lítill Ljón Hundur, Pieni Leijona Koira, Hychydig Lew Chi,
Pequeño Perro Del León, Kleiner Löwehund, Pequeno Perro Leon, Lvíček,
Cachorro Pequeno De Leão, Weinig Leeuw Taks, Cane Piccolo Dal Leone,
Poco Perro De León, Liten Løvehund, Liten Lejon Hund, Pequeno Do Leão,
Kis Oroszlánkutya, Neznaten Lev Pes,
Lowchen Country of Origin: Europe or France.
Lowchen Size: Height: 10-13 inches Weight: 9-18 pounds
Lowchen Coat: Is non-shedding. Long and wavy. Not curyly. All colours and combinations of colours are permitted.
Lowchen to be nonallergenic or hypoallergenic, but they do still release dander, which can aggravate allergies.
Lowchen Character: The Lowchen is very intelligent. Affectionate and outgoing. Inquisitive. Lively, and playful.
Lowchen Temperament: They do well in almost every social situation. Lowchen good with children and other animals.
Lowchen Care: The lion clip is obligatory for showing. The coat requires brushing often.
Lowchen Training: Learns quickly and has a desire to please. Requires consistency.
Lowchen Activity: Enjoys long walks but easily adaptable. Should have a yard to play if unable to take on daily walks.
Short walks once or twice a day should keep it happy.
Dandy Daisy Warrior have Bichon Havanese and Lowchen dogs.
The Bichon Havanese and the Lowchen are a member of the Bichon family which includes the Bichon Frise,
Coton de Tulear, Bichon Bolognese, Maltese, Tvetnaya Bolonka, and the Franzuskaya Bolonka.
Bichon is the name for a group of related toy dogs. This group of small long-haired dogs.
The Bichon vary in size and type, but all have tails curled over their back.
Bichon have coat that is hair rather than fur that doesn't readily shed.
The Bichon have short snouts, drop ears, and large, dark eyes.