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Lakeland Terrier General Appearance:

The Lakeland Terrier is a medium-sized dog with a square build. Lakeland Terriers have a strong body with a short and level back, a deep chest, and angled shoulders. They have a flat, moderately broad skull, and a strong muzzle which gives them a rectangular-shaped head. The Lakeland Terrier breed has small, triangle-shaped, folded-over ears, and small, oval eyes which can range in coloration from hazel to brown. Lakeland Terriers have powerful hind legs which extend behind the body, and strong forelegs with no bend at the pasterns. The Lakeland Terrier has a double coat, with a soft undercoat beneath a wiry topcoat. Lakeland Terriers can have a variety of coat colors, including black, wheaten, liver, red, and blue.

Lakeland Terrier Temperament:

The Lakeland Terrier is an expressive breed, and they usually appear confident, happy, and alert. However, like a typical Terrier, they can also be stubborn and feisty. Because of their intelligence, owners must be firm and challenging when training Lakeland Terrier puppies. They can be aggressive toward other dogs or seem unsure with strangers, so it’s important to socialize a Lakeland Terrier while they’re young. They are known to chase a cat or other small animals, so keep an eye on any other family pets!

Lakeland Terrier Fun Fact:

The Lakeland Terrier is one of the oldest working Terrier breeds. They originated in the Lake Region of Northern England, and have been known as a number of other names: the Patterdale, the Fell, and the Elterwater Terrier!