The Leonberger Club of America is proud of their ongoing educational program, Leonberger University, conceived and implemented in 2011 by Lara Bohinc, Sharon Betts and Ann Rogers. The current team includes D’Nae Wilson, Connie Kent, Pamela Isaacson and Sharon Betts, webmaster.
Preserve and Protect the breed and the past and future legacy of the Leonberger Club of America by providing an engaging learning environment of continuing educational programs in all areas of Leonberger interest.
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The Leonberger Club of America, Inc., (LCA) was founded in 1985. The Leonberger Club of America is the oldest and largest Leonberger breed club in the United States. The core purpose of the club is to preserve the health, temperament, and type of the breed.
Leonberger Rescue Pals Inc is a 501c3 non profit, all volunteer national organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of unwanted, abandoned or abused Leonbergers and Leonberger mixes. We offer education to shelters, other rescues and individuals.
The Leonberger Health Foundation International is a nonprofit charitable foundation formed at the turn of the 21st Century to facilitate the solicitation and distribution of donations given to support health related breed-specific research. The LHFI considers breed health, longevity, and preservation to be significant challenges that need to be actively addressed by the world-wide Leonberger community.
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