AKC PuppyFinder: Polish Lowland Sheepdog Puppies

Breed Traits
  • Personality: Lively, clever, confident; very loyal, but an independent worker
  • Energy Level: Very Active; Born workers, PONs thrive on exercise and activity
  • Good with Children: Better with Supervision
  • Good with other Dogs: With Supervision
  • Shedding: Non-shedding
  • Grooming: Weekly
  • Trainability: Independent
  • Height: 18-20 inches (male), 17-19 inches (female)
  • Weight: 30-50 pounds
  • Life Expectancy: 12-14 years
  • Barking Level: Barks When Necessary
Breed Description
The Polish Lowland Sheepdog, also known in the U.S as the PON for the initials of his Polish name, is a member of the herding group. He can work independently, with confidence and high spirits. This shaggy dog is adaptable to almost any lifestyle, with his eagerness to please and affectionate nature. But start training your Polish Lowland Sheepdog puppy early: he can be stubborn and clever, trying to outsmart you. If you're up to the challenge, you'll be rewarded with a lively, loving companion.
History & Job

Origin: Poland

Year Recognized: 2001

Breed History & Job Description: In the waning days of the Roman Empire, the Huns were among the tribes of Asian invaders who spilled into central Europe. It’s believed that PONs are the result of breeding Hunnic dogs with native stock in the region now known as Poland. PONs were bred to be levelheaded flock dogs by day and fearless guard dogs by night. In the 1500s, traders brought PONs to Scotland, where it’s thought they became a piece of the genetic puzzle that formed the Bearded Collie.

Health

Polish Lowland Sheepdogs are generally a healthy breed. Like all breeds there may be some health issues, like hip dyspepsia and eye disease. Some dogs may be faced with these health challenges in their lives, but the majority of Polish Lowland Sheepdogs are healthy dogs.


Recommended Health Test from the National Breed Club:

  • Hip Evaluation
  • Ophthalmologist Evaluation
Breed Club
  • Breed Club: The American Polish Lowland Sheepdog Club
  • Breed Club Link: http://www.aponc.org/
  • Breed Standard: View
  • Group: Herding
  • 2015 Popularity: 164
Rescue
Dog Size
Breeders of Distinction
Champion Bloodlines
This indicates that at least one dog in the
puppy's parentage, going back 3 generations,
earned an AKC Conformation Championship
and/or Grand Championship title.
Breeders of Distinction
Breeder of
Merit
Breeder of Merit - The following breeders demonstrate a commitment to the AKC community,
dedication to their breed(s), and actively promote the sport of purebred dogs.
Bred with
H.E.A.R.T.
Bred with H.E.A.R.T - The following breeders have met specific
health testing standards and participate in continuing education.
Club
Member
Club Members - The following breeders
are members of AKC-licensed or member clubs.

Sorry, there are no Polish Lowland Sheepdog puppies.

to be notified when puppies become available.

Search Filters
Dog Size
Breeders of Distinction
Champion Bloodlines

You've saved the following search:

  • Breed:
  • Location:
  • Radius:
  • Gender:

Click here to manage your saved searches.

You have already saved this search.

Click here to manage your saved searches.