In 2003 I met my first Leonberger while working as a technician at a vet clinic. Those dogs and their owner, Waltraut Zieher (Kennel von Stutensee), made an indelible impression. I was lucky enough to have helped Waltraut with several of her litters (O, P, Q, S, and U) and, along the way, learn what being a conscientious breeder truly entails.
Currently, I have Tango, Venture, Cinder, Zippo, and Labrador Tula in my home.
My aim is to produce long-lived, loving and beautiful Leonbergers.
I am looking to produce dogs who exhibit the even temperament and moderate conformation that lends the Leonberger toward being a multi-purpose working companion.
My ideal dog is one that meets the breed standard and is:
- vigilant, obedient and quietly confident in all situations.
- This means accepting introductions to polite people and dogs and new places. Making note that every dog is an individual and that they must only accept it to the extent as to fulfill their role as a reliable family companion.
- is willing to please and possesses a good capacity for learning.
- Our dogs should have the capacity to lend themselves to agility, draft work, water work, obedience, rally, etcetera.
- To foster a working relationship, I offer a Title Incentive Program.
- of appropriate size and substance.
- A mature (18 months) male, when measured at the withers, is 28 to 31.5 inches in height at the highest point of the shoulder blades (30 inches preferred). The mature (18 months) female is 25.5 inches to 29.5 inches (27.5 inches preferred).
- Bone is medium to heavy and in proportion to size of body.
- Overall balance and proportion are equally as important as size. When proportion, substance, and balance are present, a slight deviation above standard is tolerated.
- a large, muscular working dog. . . for its size, is light on its feet and graceful in motion.
I serve on the Leonberger Club of America Board of Directors.
I serve as the Vice President on the board of the Leonberger Health Foundation.
I am involved with the maintenance of Leonberger University and also manage the Leo U Facebook page.
I work as Co-Coordinator of BACL (Breeder Acceptibility Check List) evaluations with Connie Kent of Live Oak Leonbergers.
Thank you for your interest in Tipping Point Leonbergers. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the Leonberger breed or Tipping Point, in particular.
If you are interested in a Tipping Point puppy, please read carefully through the website and then contact me via e-mail.
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