The LRCA Health Committee is conducting a survey for all Lagotti that looks into all aspects of LR health. For more information, click HERE
is the AKC parent club for the Lagotto Romagnolo. We work to preserve
and protect the Lagotto Romagnolo and provide education, guidance and
mentorship to all who are interested in the welfare and advancement of
The Lagotto Romagnolo is a small to medium sized dog with thick curly hair and a bright, happy demeanor. The breed originates from Italy and was first used to hunt waterfowl. Since the 19th century it has been specifically bred to hunt the underground tuber known as the truffle.
As a working breed, the Lagotto needs frequent mental stimulation and physical exercise to be happy and content. If properly socialized they get along well with dogs, children and other small pets. The breed comes in various shades of brown, with or without white, orange, with or without white, off-white, white with brown or orange patches, and brown roan. Tan markings are allowed.
Time is running out to submit your photos for
the 2023 Lagotto Calendar!!
The winning photo will be the cover photo for the 2023 Calendar
Anyone may submit photos, you do not need to be a club member.
Dogs only, no people.
You need to own the copyright to your photos.
JPEG, PPG, TIF files preferred in Highest Resolution.
The layout needs to be horizontal (wider than taller) in order to be considered for the cover page.
You must add “I give permission to LRCA to use my photos in their publications”. Create a filename “dogname yourname” (example Vando1 JoeSmith)for each photo.
Your photos need to be received by September 30th. Please send them to LRCAPhotos@gmail.com
Hurry – don’t delay as we can’t wait to see all your adorable dogs doing all things Lagotto!!
The owner of the winning photo will receive a free calendar!!
CONGRATULATIONS - Hideways Party Artist - Best of Breed -
2022 LRCA National Specialty
Owners:Pamela Jo Fogg & Erin K Fogg - Breeder: Lynn Looper
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