Book Review: ‘The Life and Times of Le Bronco von der Löwenhöhle: Stories and Tips from Thirteen Years with a Leonberger’

Below is very well written and supportive review of my book by my old online friend Alex from

A Certain Point of View, Too

My friend Thomas Wikman wrote a loving tribute to his Leonberger, Bronco.

(Photo by the author)

Reviewer’s Note: Thomas Wikman is one of my long-time online friends from Epinions, a now-defunct review site where we both wrote product reviews. Additionally, I adapted this review from an original version that I wrote on the book’s Amazon product page.

Isn’t he cute? Bronco, aged three months. Image Credit: Leonberger Life/Thomas Wikman

“Dogs are our link to paradise. They don’t know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring–it was peace.” Milan Kundera

In 2007, Thomas Wikman, an automation, robotics, and software engineer and resident of Dallas, TX, bought a Leonberger puppy for his son’s upcoming 14th birthday.

Wikman and his family, which also included his…

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By thomasstigwikman

My name is Thomas Wikman. I am a software/robotics engineer with a background in physics, but I am currently retired. I took early retirement. I am a dog lover, and especially a Leonberger lover, a home brewer, craft beer enthusiast, an amateur astronomer, I’m learning French, and I am an avid reader. I live in Dallas, Texas, but I am originally from Sweden. I am married to Claudia, and we have three children Jacob, David and Rachel. My blog feature the crazy adventures of our Leonberger e Bronco von der Löwenhöhle as well as information on Leonbergers

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