Lowchen is considered to be a part of the Bichon group but is highly recognizable due to its unique clipped and shaved appearance. The Löwchen is a compact companion breed with slightly off square proportions and balanced moderate angles in the front and rear.
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In this video, we are counting down the top 10 facts about the Lowchen that you might not know.
A Quick Overview: Group: Companion Dogs Weight: 9 to 18 pounds Height: 12 to 14 inches tall at the shoulder Life Expectancy: 13 15 years
With a name that translates to "lion dog," you might expect the Lowchen to have a fierce demeanor, but with people, he's lionlike only in his looks. Playful and gentle, the Lowchen is a great companion for children and adults alike. He is surprisingly robust and loves to roughhouse with his people. The Lowchen generally gets along well with everyone, but he can be shy of strangers. With proper socialization, this trait can be overcome, however. Generally, Lowchen will fit into any household whether there are dogs before they arrive or not. They also get along well with other pets.
The Lowchen is affectionate and loving. They thrive when they are with their people and can fit wherever that person is living, be it an apartment or a large estate. They should not be left outside or in a kennel, and doing so will not only lead to ill health for the dog but also to many temperamental problems.
Lowchens are not known for their high activity levels, but they enjoy their role as watchdog and will bark an alert whenever they see something they think merits a response. Some can also be partial to digging, and this habit can be difficult to break. The name "lion dog" comes from the traditional Lowchen clip, with closecut hindquarters and a full, natural mane, but the nickname applies to the little dog's big personality as well. Lowchen have the "small dog...big personality" down pat, and that can be a joy and a frustration.
They are lively and energetic, sweet, and affectionate, and they will challenge any dog or rule if they decide to. They will take over the homes and lives of the people they love, and with their fierce determination and wonderful even temperament they will take over their owners' hearts as well.
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