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Lakeland Terrier

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17 lbs
Male: 14.5; Female: 13.5 inches
solid (blue, black, liver, red, or wheaten); or wheaten or golden tan with a saddle of blue, black, liver or grizzle
This friendly breed is very cheerful and affectionate, making him ideal for family life. Very alert, courageous, and somewhat independent, this breed however is not recommended for the average owner as he has the tendency to develop behavioral problems without experienced training.
The Lakeland Terrier can be wary around strangers, but does well with other dogs and can do well with cats if properly socialized at an early stage in life. This dog loves to chase moving objects so should never be let off lead unless in a fenced in yard.
Peppy, spunky, and jolly, this breed does exceptionally well with children. Very feisty and vivacious, this breed requires firm training. They love to dig and have the tendency to guard items that he considers "his." The Lakeland Terrier is somewhat of a barker.
The Lakeland Terrier sheds little to no hair, but does require frequent grooming. A professional should perform hand plucking the hair approximately three times per year. Hair inside the ears should also be plucked. The beard of this breed should be regularly cleaned.
The Lakeland Terrier has a thick double coat making grooming a chore. The outer coat should be hard and wiry in texture, while the undercoat should be soft and lie close to the body of the dog.
This energetic dog responds best with a variety of training methods and can be difficult to housebreak. He requires obedience training to be well mannered, and should have firm training.
As with most terriers, this breed is very lively and would do best with a small to average size yard. However, will do okay without one. The Lakeland Terrier does exceptionally well in agility, and loves jogging or brisk runs.
Help reduce the number of Lakeland Terrier puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

1/3/2012 1:23:58 PM

1/3/2012 1:23:58 PM

where can you view photos of the color of lakeland terriers

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AKC breed information has a some.
9/29/2012 10:21:18 PM

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9/25/2010 1:49:54 PM

9/25/2010 1:49:54 PM

Is the Lakeland Terrier good with children and other dogs? We have a very friendly Staffordshire... Is the Lakeland Terrier good with children and other dogs? We have a very friendly Staffordshire Bull Terrier who stays with us very occasionally and is now quite old but very friendly and well behaved. We intend to find one from a rescue rehoming centre. Many thanks



Lakelands can be challenging. Our Lakeland female got along farily well with our older Irish Terrier, but would sometimes attack him if she got excited by a visitor at the door, or other household excitement. Avoid male - male and female - female situations.
11/12/2010 11:21:05 PM


I do not recommend small children or other dogs unless the Lakeland is you and can grow up with the other dog preferably a larger dog. No children under about 11 years old is my recommendation.
9/29/2012 10:20:33 PM


My Lakeland is 9 mo old he does need firm discipline at times but is very affectionate! The only problem I have had and I blame this on puppy behavior is he likes to nip out of play. Never has he ever even been aggressive! I have a 4 yr old boy that really puts him through a lot of rough play and he has never snapped at him! Every dog is different this is just our experience with our Lakie that we love!
1/27/2015 6:45:14 PM

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