Named the little Lion dog because of his clipped coat the Lowchen has a strongly made body, is well balanced and is non aggressive. Originated in Southern Europe several hundred years ago the breed appears with the Dutchess of Alba in Goya's portrait. The coat needs clipping to maintain the 'Lion' appearance, naturally it is fairly long, wavy and silky.
Colour are any or a combination of colours.
|Update||Club Name||Contact||Phone number||Homepage|
|2004||Lowchen (Little Lion Dog) Club||Mrs Fallas||0113 288 6180||no||yes|
|Size||Active||Temperament||Kennel||Training||Grooming||Problems||25-33 cms = 10-13"||quite||happy||?||Easy||Difficult||yes|
|LAFFORD||Carol Lees||0044(0)1522 826322
|CHIC CHOIX||Mr Juha Kares||+358-9-22 33 133||Finland||yes||yes|
|Löwchenworld||Sonja Carlsson Cath Horne||n/a||Sweden||yes||yes|
|Lowchens of Australia||Lorraine D. Chippindale||n/a||Australia||yes||yes|
For pictures of the top dogs in Scotland by Michael Trafford
Last update - Thursday, February 10, 2005