#13 To keep the house in a relative order and not to be annoyed with the pet once again, it can be periodically moved into the yard.
Moreover, the booth and aviary are not perceived by the fluffy giant as a sophisticated punishment. On the contrary, in the warm season, dogs prefer to chill out somewhere under a tree, climbing into the shadiest corners of the yard. Ideal, from the point of view of the Leonberger himself, the option of summer housing is a cozy shed, installed in the garden or on the backyard lawn, next to which there is a small pool (bath) where the dog can cool down a little.
#14 It is more advisable to keep puppies brought from the nursery in the house for up to a year, so equip them with a place in a nook that is not blown through by drafts.
Remember that the bone system of a tiny Leonberger takes a long time to form, so don't let your baby jump on slippery parquet and laminate flooring. Cover the floors in the rooms with rugs and newspapers, or restrict your pet's access to that part of the house in which you are not yet mentally ready to ruin the interior. Another construction dangerous for young Leonbergers is a staircase, and indeed any steps. Until one year old, it is better not to allow the puppy to go down the porch or climb to the second floor of the cottage on its own.
#15 Outwardly, Leonbergers seem to be strong men, but in practice, dogs cannot and do not want to work long and hard.
This is especially true for puppies, the activity of which must be carefully dosed. There can be no talk of any long walks, let alone jogging, until "Leon" is 1.5 years old. Well, so that the animal does not get bored from short walks, do not cut circles along the same route. Change the location more often, letting the kid off the leash in quiet places so that he can play the explorer and get acquainted with objects, smells and phenomena that are new to him.