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.
Leonberger Health Foundation International
The LHFI is an independent organization supporting research that benefits all Leonbergers, regardless of the countries where they reside or the clubs with which they or their owners might be affiliated.
The Vision of the Leonberger Health Foundation Int. – Improve the quality of life, health, and longevity in our Leonberger companions.
The Mission of the Leonberger Health Foundation Int – Raise money to fund canine research that will improve the health of the Leonberger dog through increased knowledge and understanding of canine diseases.
Leo-U Mission – To 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 education programs in all areas of Leonberger interest.
Leo-U has an abundant resource list for breeders, leo owners and those just interested in the breed. Intereactive topics, podcasts, video links and much more.
Northeast Leonberger Club represents the states of New York, Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire. The NLC is an affiliated club of the Leonberger Club of America.
National Leonberger Clubs are members of the International Leonberger Union
Established in 1898, the United Kennel Club is the largest all-breed performance-dog registry in the world, registering dogs from all 50 states and 25 foreign countries.
Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services provides a network of dependable registered pet therapy teams whose passion is Touching Lives & Warming Hearts by providing comfort, encouragement and rehabilitation through human/animal interaction.
American Kennel Club founded in 1884, the AKC is the largest purebred dog registry in the world.