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While most large carnivore species are threatened, there are some carnivore populations which are recovering
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12.04.2009 · From admin
Labrador Retriever | Labrador Retriever
25.03.2009 · From admin
Leavitt Bulldog Standard | Leavitt Bulldog Standard
25.03.2009 · From admin
Lakota Mastino Standard | Lakota Mastino Standard
25.03.2009 · From admin
Lakeland Terrier | Lakeland Terrier
25.03.2009 · From admin
Landseer | Landseer
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Leonberger | Leonberger
25.03.2009 · From admin
This modern fighting breed was developed by crossing Cane Corsos, Rottweilers and Pit Bulls in Brindisi, Italy
26.02.2003 · From admin
When Heinrich Essig decided to create a dog resembling a lion in Leonberg's Coat of Arms in 1840, it is said he crossed early St.Bernards with Newfoundlands
23.02.2003 · From admin
Formerly known as "Leavitt's Olde English Bulldogge", the breed was developed by an American breeder David Leavitt in Pennsylvania as a re-creation of the 19th century working dog known as the "Regency Bull Baiter"
23.02.2003 · From admin
This re-incarnation of the Olde English Bulldogge was developed by Kevin Larson of Larson Lakeview Kennels in Minnesota, U.S.A.
23.02.2003 · From admin
A re-creation of the old-type Leonberger of the early 1900's, the Lion d'Occitanie was developed by Therese Pelon, reportedly using the largest Leonbergers she could find
23.02.2003 · From admin
Named after the famous artist Sir Edwin Landseer, this lovely Molosser is often mistaken for a black and white Newfoundland variant, with which it shares its name
23.02.2003 · From admin
Not so much a re-creation of the old Cane e Presa Italiano as it is an attempt to develop a superiour strain of working bandogges, the mighty Lakota Mastino was created in the early 1990's by Jonothan Shiloka, who used game-bred American Pit Bul…
23.02.2003 · From admin
The legendary Lyme Mastiff was developed by the Legh family at Lyme Hall in Cheshire. How the breed came about is uncertain and the standard was never written up. Now extinct, this powerful guard dog was seen as one of the best and purest working Bri…
23.02.2003 · From admin
Originally one of the smaller variants of the old St.John's Water Dog, developed in the region off the Greenland coast and Newfoundland in Canada, the Labrador Dog was, alongside its larger cousin, the Newfie, used to help the fishermen by swimm…
23.02.2003 · From admin
The Labernese was developed by the Monteregie-based Mira Foundation, with hopes of creating a superiour guide dog for the blind, which would also be capable of assisting the physically disabled persons. The Boulab experimentation had begun as early a…
23.02.2003 · From admin