It is difficult to find a more livable and reasonable creature than Leonberger. This shaggy good-natured person is perfectly aware of his own physical capabilities, but he does not even think of testing them on the owner or his family members. At the same time, he is not cowardly and, if necessary, knows how to “bark” so that the desire to test the patience of the animal disappears completely. Despite the tacitly assigned watchdog qualification, the Leonberger lacks such qualities as excessive suspicion, malice, and a desire to lead over everything that comes into view. To compete with the owner because of the status of an alpha male, as well as to see a personal enemy in every two-legged creature, is not in the nature of Leonberger. Moreover, if a dog detects aggression and distrust atypical for the breed, this signals its mental illness. And the mentally unstable Leonberger is already nonsense.