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Lakeland Terriers: the most honest dog breed review you'll ever find about Lakeland Terrier temperament, personality, and behavior. Lakeland Terrier Temperament, Personality, Behavior, Traits, and Characteristics, by Michele Welton.
Though not as boisterous or argumentative as some terriers, the square, workmanlike Lakeland is still animated and intense.
The Lakeland Terrier does best with active owners who are confident and consistent, for he has a marked independent streak and will take advantage if indulged. Lakelands are better with other dogs than some other terriers, but they won't back down if challenged.
When well socialized, the Lakeland Terrier is polite with strangers, yet he can be counted on to sound the alert when anything is amiss.
To learn more about training Lakeland Terriers to be calm and well-behaved, consider my dog training book, Teach Your Dog 100 English Words. It's a unique Vocabulary and Respect Training Program that will make your Lakeland Terrier the smartest, most well-behaved companion you've ever had. My dog buying guide, Dog Quest: Find The Dog Of Your Dreams, will teach you everything you need to know about finding a healthy Lakeland Terrier.


If you'd like to consult with me personally about whether the Lakeland Terrier might be a good dog breed for your family, I offer a Dog Breed Consulting Service.
Once you have your Lakeland Terrier home, you need to KEEP him healthy -- or if he's having any current health problems, you need to get him back on the road to good health.
When you're acquiring a Lakeland Terrier PUPPY, you're acquiring potential -- what he one day will be. Lakeland Terriers are a determined force to reckon with if they decide to initiate or accept a challenge to fight. Many terriers are clever escape artists who will go over or under fences in search of adventure. If you need to physically chastise a terrier, and you go beyond what THEY believe is a fair correction, terriers (as a group) are more likely than other breeds to growl or snap. Many terriers will not tolerate any nonsense from little life forms whom they consider to be below themselves in importance. To keep their wiry coat free of mats, Lakeland Terriers require regular brushing, and also clipping and trimming every few months.
There are plenty of adult Lakeland Terriers who have already proven themselves NOT to have negative characteristics that are "typical" for their breed.


Many terriers are quick to react to teasing, and even to the normal clumsiness that comes with small children (accidental squeezing of their ears or pulling of whiskers or stepping on their paw). But don't expect your pet Lakeland Terrier to look like the show dogs you've seen in books or on TV. Many terriers are possessive of their food and toys and will defend these from all comers, including children. Terriers can be stubborn and dominant (they want to be the boss) and will make you prove that you can make them do things.
To make matters worse, some terriers have high-pitched barks that can set your teeth on edge.



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