Flying Curls Julien (Comes cordis Olympia X Terzo Kleo of Golden Comfort) brown with white socks, face mask and chest.
Good with kids, cats and other pets or single pet household. Housetrained, socialized, vaccinated, great in the car, beginning leash skills. Would make a great companion dog, would be good at agility or freestyle; fast runner, bouncy, nimble and quick.
Ready for Adoption
Julien. Lagotto Romagnolo Puppy
Jeana, Lagotto Romagnolo Puppy
Jessy, Lagotto Romagnolo Puppy
We went for a 2 hour photo shoot, check out the link: Mary Arango’s great photography: Was so much fun playing with kids in the grass and getting our photos taken.
June 2014: The puppies are growing fast; they’ve learned a lot, sitting for a treat, running through an agility tunnel, playing with a little teeter-toter, jumping in their toy box, searching for a scent in the yard and more…. currently working on down and how to walk on a leash.
These little guys are so adorable. Mom Olympia, keeps her babies in check supervising play and keeping everyone clean and fed. At just 5 weeks they’re using their potty area without any help, they come to a whistle or a soft voice and understand that nipping a human’s hand results in a whimper (from the human!) Outgoing, happy and curious.
Olympia has settled into being a wonderful Mom!
Flying Curls “J” Litter
Lagotto Romagnolo Puppies available to select homes. California. Flying Curls Lagotto Puppies
Six Lagotto Romagnolo puppies born Sunday April 6th 2014 shortly after midnight to Comes cordis Olympia x Terzo Kleo of Golden Comfort. Three boys and three girls. (Photos coming soon!)
Comes cordis Olympia announces her pregnancy with Terzo Kleo of Golden Comfort!
Flying Curls Lagotto Romagnolo Puppies due early April 2014.
You may have some questions about the Lagotto Romagnolo particularly as applies to a puppy. These are wonderful dogs and do well in families or with singles, they like to be with their people and will often choose to find a spot to lounge under your chair or next to you on the couch. They generally get along well with other pets and household animals as long as they are properly introduced; remember your current pet may not have experience with a puppy. If you have young children remember to supervise, no child should be left alone with a puppy. Your puppy can be rambunctious and can move very fast.
The Lagotto is an active athletic breed. While they are happy house pets with proper daily exercise they delight in work. These are good dogs for agility, truffle hunting, nose work, tracking, obedience, dock diving, tricks, or other canine sports; they are quick to learn and eager to please. They love water and mud and love to retrieve. It’s important that your puppy have regular positive reinforcement and consistent learning of good puppy manners. You will need to teach them your approved way for fun and exercise, what to chew and what not to chew and provide them mental stimulation.
Your puppy will not have tight curls as seen on the adult but will be wavy; the curls develop as they mature with the full adult coat coming in over the first several years. The color of your pups coat will also change, an orange coat will change into a cream color, solid brown puppies change into a light tan with a darker undercoat. A brown and white puppy will change into a mostly brown roan coat. A puppy with dark brown patches will have its patches turn lighter. There is great color change comparison chart from the Canadian Lagotto Club. If you are hoping for a particular color be sure and discuss this so you won’t be surprised at how the color changes.
Comes cordis Olympia’s first breeding, Summer 2013 did not take, she will be bred again early next year Feb, 2014 to Terzo Kelo of Golden Comfort. We are all very disappointed that her first breeding did not result in puppies. She is very healthy and happy so all we can do is try again.
Puppies available to approved show and pet homes upon notice.
This will be an exciting litter from a great line; dam imported from Comes cordis in Germany, sire imported from Golden Comfort in Switzerland. Parents are athletic, healthy and beautiful representatives of the breed.
My darling Olympia is my first Lagotto Romagnolo; she has an incredible thick curly coat, like soft wool. As a puppy she was bright orange, today she’s a striking cream with orange rimmed eyes and hint of orange on her back, her ears, around her eyes and mouth. When she’s clean you can see the outline of the orange pattern set apart from her pure white color. There’s no black in this breed so over time the colors soften.
Olympia as a puppy at her breeder in Germany
She came home from Germany with the help of her “godmother” tucked in a little Sherpa bag under the seat in the airplane. She was all wiggles and happy adventurer from the moment I saw her. Olympia adores people and she quickly lets you know it.
The Lagotto Romagnolo is an ancient breed: it may be that they originated along with the Barbet (French Water Dog) in Africa and brought to Europe by the Crusaders. Perhaps they came from trade with the Orient. Landing in the coast of Italy they can been seen in works of art, Andrea Mantegna, 1474, “The Meeting” from Ducal Palace in Montova and Giovanni Francesco Barbieri 1591-1666, “II Guercino” They wore many names in Italy from Romagnolo Curly Coated Duck Retriever to Romagna Water Dog. The dogs found a home retrieving water game with their thick almost water poof coat, excellent nose and high drive, working as a wetland retriever in the valleys of Comacchio and the marshlands and lagoons of Ravenna. With the change of culture as lagoons and marshes were dredged the Lagotto found it’s home in searching for truffles for which they excel.
The Lagotto Romagnolo is a medium size sturdy well muscled dog with a rustic appearance baring a life span of 12 to 17 years. Sporting long eyelashes and frequently covered by hair the Lagotto has round shaped expressive eyes from dark yellow to dark brown. Their coat is wooly being densely double coated to be water-repellent in colors from brown, roan, white, off white and orange which may be solid, or commonly mixed with white, brown or orange or in a pattern of patches with the head often a darker color. They will need regular grooming and frequent inspection for stickers and thorns. The breed has thick curved nails for digging which they can also use for clinging onto objects like a tennis ball or a toy. Males range from 28 to 35 pounds at 17 to 19 inches tall, the females from 22 to 31 pounds 16 to 18 inches tall.
The personality of the Lagotto is of an active, cuddly, smart and enthusiastic companion. These are athletic dogs, quick learners, eager to please, adaptable, agile, fast with good endurance. Very fond of mud and water, they are happy runners and jumpers, retrievers, swimmers and scent hunters. Well socialized dogs can live well with other pets and children. Some Lagotto may be shy or reserved with strangers or new situations and it its important to be aware that some lines may have excessive fear. Positive reinforcement methods provide the best training results for their sensitivity and intelligence.
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