Approved stud dogs

Most National Leonberger Clubs keep a list of approved stud dogs.

When choosing a stud, make sure that he has not been used too often and will not be used too often in  the future,
overuse of studs is disastous for the breed, because too many dogs will be related in the next generation, which makes it difficult to avoid inbreeding.

These are links to the lists on the websites of National Clubs.

Austria. The tests these studs passed are marked on the list.
Belgium The tests these studs passed are marked on the list.
Denmark The studs on the" list have HD A or B1, elbows x-rayed,  complete correct denture and minimum a Very Good in open class.
France The tests these studs passed are marked on the list.
Germany The test these studs passed are marked on the list.
Netherlands The tests these studs passed are marked on the list.
Russia- Age is at least 20 months old.  At least one "excellent" in the adult class (intermediate, open, champion), obtained at the Club specialty show.
     -        HD test A or B.  Official HD - test should be done at the age of at least 18 months in accordance with procedures approved by the RKF.
LPN 1 and 2 tests are recommended but not compulsory, as the methodics is not published and test is impossible to make in Russia. In case the male is planned to be used abroad, foreign breeder should contact the male of the owner directly and ask about LPN test. Many males travelling at the shows abroad have done this test, but we do not publish the results on the site, as it is not necessary requirement.
We have a temperament test (ZTP type) approved by the Club, but not approved by RKF as leonberger is not a working breed. Therefore officially we can not add it yet to the breeding regulations, but keep working on that.
Sweden
Switzerland
The studs on the list passed a breedin ability check (ZTP) and a  temperament test, they are LPN1 N/N or D/N,  are HD A,B, or C, have complete  and correct denture