Average: 4.6 (16 votes)

The breed was first established in Germany in 1846 by cross breeding Great Pyrenees, St. Bernard, and Newfoundland breeds to develop a breed that closely resembles the look of a lion. The giant, versatile Leonberger weighs 100 to 170 pounds and stands 27 to 21 inches tall. Their intelligence is quite high and the love for the family is unparalleled. The large Leonberger does best with a large yard and a small yet needed amount of exercise to fit well within the family.


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