Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to commonly asked questions about our Samoyeds and Lagotto Romagnolos here.

Whether you're curious about breed characteristics, our breeding practices, or services, our FAQ is here to help.
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A cute brown Lagotto Romagnolo in a park

Discover intriguing facts about our breeds:

Known for their "Sammy smile," Samoyeds have a unique upward curve to their lips that prevents drooling and icicles from forming in cold weather.

The Lagotto Romagnolo is an expert truffle hunter, originally bred for searching truffles in the Italian countryside with their highly developed sense of smell.

What is the temperament of Samoyeds?

Samoyeds are known for their friendly and gentle disposition. They are sociable, loving, and enjoy being part of the family, making excellent companions for both adults and children.

Are Lagotto Romagnolos good family pets?

Yes, Lagotto Romagnolos are excellent family pets. They are affectionate, eager to please, and get along well with children and other pets. Their friendly nature and intelligence make them a joy to train and live with.

How much exercise does a Samoyed need?

Samoyeds are energetic and require regular exercise to maintain their health and happiness. Daily walks, playtime, and mental stimulation are recommended to keep them well-balanced.

Can Lagotto Romagnolos live in an apartment?

Lagotto Romagnolos can adapt to apartment living as long as they receive sufficient exercise. Regular walks and mental stimulation are crucial for their well-being in smaller spaces.

What are the grooming needs for Samoyeds?

Samoyeds have a thick, double-layer coat that requires regular grooming. Brushing several times a week, along with more frequent grooming during shedding season, is necessary to keep their coat healthy and prevent matting.

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