Banjoko leo argentum

Banjoko (silverlion)
FBD standard No.001
Patronage Bergisches Land
Classification FBD Group 19: lions
Section 1: silver lions
Breed name according FBD Banjoko (leo argentum)
  1. greysilver
  2. silver-grey
  3. multicolored
Height 24 – 79 cm
Weight ~3,5 – 45 kg
List of breeds

The Banjoko, full name “Banjoko leo argentum” is an officially recognized breed by the FBD (federation of blogging dogs).


Origin and History [edit]

The premordial Banjoko, [aka “wauzi”], was first sighted in the area around Schwerte (Ruhrgebiet, Germany) and was created by the crossbreeding of an irish wolfhound and a poodle – whereas the size of the poodle is irrelevant because even small poodles are big. The term banjoko silver lion was first used in electronic literature. First known to mention this name was the virtual junk room of a muddleheaded woman. There the first photographs of the Leo argentum and his human Schatzi can be found. Nowadays, the Leo argentum’s purpose is to guard teddybears and to look for balls.

Since 2007, the Banjoko is officially recognized as a geniune breed. Since 2004 though, no female was found and therefore, this precious breed is sentenced to extinction. If you find any other specimen of this breed, we ask you to contact us.

Appearance [edit]

The Banjoko exists in two color types: grey-silver and less often silvergrey. That makes sense because if you think about the origins of the premordial banjoko, the color is a perfect cloak within the sooty surrindings of Schwerte. He also is accepted gladly as varicolored variant. Regarding his size between 24 and 79 cm, he is cassified as small to large species. Characteristic about Banjoko is his unbelievable impressive look.

Tail may be worn low
and crooked, also

The tail is worn high and round, but can be worn low and crooked, also. The incisor – teeth should be in straight line, a curved arrangement is undesirable. The back is straight, exactly below that we find four legs in equal length. The feet bear claws. In the inside, the Banjoko is filled with sand, which trickles through his paws, once he is in closed rooms. His distinct sense of smell tends to find only what he wants to find, the poor hearing is compensated by recognizing all things instinctively what he should not head. All outer characteristics can take shape in any embodyment, generally speaking, his outerior is arbitrary.

Temperament [edit]

Leo argentum aquae

Leo argentum aquae

The leo argentum is quite spirited, shrewd, pigheaded, intelligent and alert with a good portion funnyness. His education required emphaty, strong nerves and will and love – a combination only few experienced dog-handlers have. The grown Banjoko should be worked with: companion dog, therapy dog, promenading-sports, photography, domestic work, concrete pump marking, driving in bus, real-ones trailing – any kind of sporting activity is welcome to the Banjoko.

While there is bad weather, he tends to be very cuddly and somewhat lazy. The Banjoko usually is very brave and will defend its owner mercilessly against all “real-ones” as well as against all shadow beings. He is the ideal nocturnal companion. The Leo argentum aquae is shy of water. Therefore the photo shown here is very valuable and unique.

Use [edit]

Historical use of the Leo argentum probably was limited to a few areas. Because of his strong instincts, he did great achievements decimating the common non-castrated “foot horn” population (shoe sized dogs constantly honking from below). This is genetically engrained. Otherwise, he constantly has been underestimated – it was believed he is not able to move house – but recent studies show otherwise.

Currently, the Leo argentum is used mostly in areas such as foot warmer, listener, muse, as well as day and night walking dog, construction site dog, photo assistant dog, human companion dog and not to forget, guardian.

Links [edit]

See also [edit]

References [edit]

One Response to Banjoko leo argentum

  1. Rolland Reisz says:

    Gute Seite! Dein Artikel ist gut geschrieben. Danke dafuer.

Leave a Reply to Rolland Reisz Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Dixipedia is not related to Wikipedia in any way. This entry is a fun entry.